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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


TEXAS BLACK

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Medium


Description currently unavailable.


© Allen M Boatman

© Allen M Boatman

THAI DRAGON

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Medium


Elongated fruits with pointed end, more or less wrinkled, 3 to 5 cm long, 0,8 cm diameter. Fruits are generally pendant. Fruit colour is dark green to vivid red at full maturity. Upright plant habit.


© Mark McMullan

© John Taylor

THAI GIANT

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Medium


These 2-3in long conical shaped peppers ripen from from a deep green to deep red approximately 65 days after transplanting. For the spiciest fruit it should be harvested when the soil is on the dry side. Approximately 6,000 scoville heat units (SHU)


© Cross Country Nurseries

THAI MOUND

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.



© Mickey Baker

THAI ORANGE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Hot


The plants grow to about 2 or 2.5 feet and are prolific producers of bright orange long thin peppers which ripen early and are very pungent.


© Mark McMullan

© Mark McMullan

THAI RED

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable.


© Cross Country Nurseries

THAI RED DEMON F1

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Hot


An f1 cayenne type.





THAI SUN

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Hot


This miniature compact, mound shaped plant only grows ten to twelve inches high and about one foot wide. The half to one inch peppers grow facing the sun. One plant has literally hundreds of small edible very hot chiles. The Chiles ripen early and produce all season long.


© Ready to Grow

THAI TIERSCH

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Hot


4x¼" erect, red fruits on 3' tall x 2½' wide plants with white-hairy stems.


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

THAI YELLOW

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Very Hot


The golden-yellow version of the Thai pepper. Fruit is also very hot and flavorful. Used less than the red chili, these are still seen in most every market in Thailand.


© Cross Country Nurseries

THE GODFATHER HYBRID

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: Sweet


A sweet tasting Cubanelle Italian frying pepper. These pendant shaped chiles are typically 5 to 7in long by 1 to 1.5in wide and ripen from green to red. A beautiful variety for roasting or use in stir-fries.


© Cross Country Nurseries

THOR F1 HYBRID

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: sweet


Thor F1 a hybrid Italian sweet pepper, large fruits ideal for stuffing, roasting  etc delicious sweet flavour. Peppers ripen from green to red.


© Nickys Chilli Pepper Seeds

TIBURHON

Species: Annuum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: None


A hybridised F1 bell pepper variety. These big sturdy plants bear good yields of heavy fruit well off the ground. The fruits are large, glossy and initially dark green in colour before ripening to red approximately 85 days after transplanting.


© 2005 Colorado State University

TIEN TSIN (PI 478355)

Species: Annuum | Origin: China | Heat: Hot


These chiles are in important ingredient for Sichuan cooking. the plants are said to be virus-free, but have a reputation for being low yielding.The pods are Cayenne like (but smaller and mature from green to red.


TINELVELI (TIRINEVELLY)

Species: Annuum | Origin: India | Heat: Medium


A small cherry type chile, also called Tirinevelly, from the deep south of India. About 8 mm in diameter, it is conical in shape.


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