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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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CAYENNE THICK

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.


Chillifire

CAYENNE THOMAS JEFFERSON

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium


Thomas Jefferson first planted this pepper at Shadwell, his birthplace, in 1767, just before his twenty-fourth birthday.A medium hot prolific pepper which is very easy to grow.


CAYENNE TURKISH

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Mild


Description currently unavailable.


Eddie Kelley

CAYENNE VIOLET

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium


This exceptionally edible ornamental pepper is probably the most beautiful of the many Cayenne varieties. The plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and are are covered with dozens of delicate white/purple flowers which turn into dark violet coloured thin peppers about 3" long, a bit smaller that a regular cayenne. A stunning plant. ## HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ##


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan

CAYENNE YELLOW

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium


A traditional cayenne type, except that the green pods mature to bright yellow. 20-40.000 Scoville units


Brian Krause

Allen M Boatman

EGYPTIAN CAYENNE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Egypt | Heat: Unknown


This is a glorious, tall sprawling yet delicate plant which produces up to 100 three inch long Cayenne peppers. One of the chilemans favorite plants.


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan

NUMEX LAS CRUCES CAYENNE

Species: Annuum | Origin: New Mexico | Heat: Medium


An early, high yield Cayenne from the Chile Pepper Institute. Thick flesh for a cayenne and about 15,000 SHU.


Dan Carmona

Dan Carmona

PEPERONE PICANTE DI CAYENNE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: Medium


Description currently unavailable.


PURPLE CAYENNE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Mild


This exceptionally edible ornamental pepper is probably the most beautiful of the many Cayenne varieties. The plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and are are covered with dozens of delicate white/purple flowers which turn into dark violet coloured thin peppers about 3" long, a bit smaller that a regular cayenne


Mika Hautanen

Mark McMullan

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