Slender, long cayenne peppers turn bright-red and are very hot. The 2-foot tall plants are vigorous and very productive. This heirloom pepper is popular for drying, used as a spice and also medicinally. (75 days)
Each packet contains approximately 25 seeds.
Start seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before last frost date of spring. Surface sow or barely cover the seeds, which benefit from the light to speed germination. Keep seed-trays warm and do not allow to dry out. When sprouts appear, move to a sunny window or grow light.
Set out well-developed transplants after last frost date when weather is warm. Peppers require rich soil for healthy growth.