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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


AJI WHITE WAX

Species: Bacatuum | Origin: Argentina | Heat: Medium


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Tommi Hietavuo

HUNGARIAN HOT WAX

Species: Annuum | Origin: Hungary | Heat: Medium


The mid-hot Hungarian wax pepper is so named because it was developed in Hungary and it has a waxy color that resembles bees' wax. Strains that are totally mild are usually called banana peppers. The peppers are orange red when ripe, but most people pick them while still yellow, before they ripen. The peppers have thin walls and usually are used fresh in salads, but they also are pickled. This is a popular garden pepper and a reliable producer in cooler climates.


Mark McMullan

Jakob Axelsson

HUNGARIAN SWEET WAX

Species: Unknown | Origin: Hungary | Heat: Mild


Description currently unavailable.


HUNGARIAN YELLOW WAX

Species: Annuum | Origin: Hungary | Heat: Medium


A medium-hot Old World favourite developed in Hungary. This pepper has a waxy color that resembles bees' wax. Wax peppers are actually orange-red when ripe, but are usually harvested while yellow. The medium thick fruit mature from yellow to red in 67- 70 days. A perfect pick for pickled peppers. 750 to 3000 SHU.


Chillifire

ITALIAN WHITE WAX

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.


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