Maule’s Red Hot Pepper Seeds (Capsicium annuum)

Maule’s Red Hot Pepper Seeds (Capsicum annuum)

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Maule’s Red Hot Pepper Seeds (Capsicum annuum)

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The Maule’s Red Hot pepper was introduced by William Maule Company in Philadelphia back in 1912. It’s a very productive chili and easy to grow. The plant grows to over a meter in a pot and is highly resistant, furthermore seems to like a cooler climate. The pods are 25 cm long and about 1-2 cm wide, start off a green and end up a bright red when they are fully mature.

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Maule’s Red Hot Pepper Seeds (Capsicum annuum)

PRICE FOR PACKAGE OF 5 SEEDS

The Maule’s Red Hot pepper was introduced by William Maule Company in Philadelphia back in 1912. It’s a very productive chili and easy to grow.

The plant grows to over a meter in a pot and is highly resistant, furthermore seems to like a cooler climate. The pods are 25 cm long and about 1-2 cm wide, start off a green and end up a bright red when they are fully mature.

This chili variety would be excellent in a salsa, for pickling, in a salad or as a chili powder. Even for a sauce or in any dish where you want a nice chili flavor and not to much heat. Also known as “Lady Finger.” All in all a the Maule’s Red Hot is great chili, easy to grow, highly resistant and a great producer of nice tasting pepper with a medium heat.

Fruits mature from green to vivid red.

The good production even in cold areas.

Hot pepper.

80 days from transplant.

5,000 to 30,000 Scoville Units.

 

Planting Season: Spring

Soil Requirements: Fertile, Well-Drained

Fertilizer Type: 4-6-8

Light Requirements: Sun

Edible Parts: Fruit

 

Scientific Details

Genus: Capiscum

Species: Annuum

Cultivar: Maule's Red Hot

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2018-06-20

Data sheet

Organic Seeds ?
Organic Seeds
HEIRLOOM ?
Yes
Handpicked seeds ?
Handpicked seeds
Perennial ?
Perennial plant : Yes
Edible?
Edible
SHU ?
10.000 - 30.000 SHU

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