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  • Tabasco Wholesale Hot Pepper Plants - 100-count Tray

    SKU: GS -WVE -PEP -TAB -MM Our 'Tabasco' wholesale hot pepper plant—100-count tray, is one of the most widely known and utilized hot peppers, this medium-hot variety being the basis for Tabasco® Hot Pepper Sauce. Having exceptional, pleasing flavor and heat that is tolerable to the majority of people who enjoy spicy food, they can be used in a variety of spicy dishes. Growing slightly different than many peppers, the fruit grows vertically upwards on the plant and is usually just under 2-inches long, being

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  • TABASCO PEPPER

    TABASCO PEPPER TABASCO PEPPER 80 days - This very hot Mexican variety is the one we love for hot sauces! The fruits grow almost erect off the branches and start out a yellow/green color, ending up red. Everyone's favorite! - PKT. - 20 seeds Details This very hot Mexican variety is the one we love for hot sauces! The fruits grow almost erect off the branches and start out a yellow/green color, ending up red. Everyone's favorite!

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  • Fish Pepper

    sku # FL920 sku # TO106 sku # TO106H Tabasco Pepper Tabasco Pepper (25 seeds) (HPP106) Tabasco Pepper 90 days. (C. frutescens) This famous heirloom was introduced into Louisiana in 1848 and became the main ingredient in Tabasco Pepper Sauce. This pepper is very hot and has a delicious flavor. The plants grow up to 4 feet tall and are covered with small, thin peppers. Needs a warm summer or can be grown as a potted plant. Fruit ripen from green to orange, then red. Tabasco Pepper

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  • Chilli Pepper 'Tabasco' (Very Hot)

    Chilli Pepper 'Tabasco' (Very Hot) Chilli Pepper 'Tabasco' (Very Hot) Chilli Pepper 'Tabasco' (Very Hot) Capsicum frutescens Famed as the main ingredient of the well known hot chilli sauce. Chilli Pepper 'Tabasco' produces small, upright, yellow-green fruits that turn scarlet when ripe. This very hot pepper is easy to grow in the greenhouse or in containers on a sunny patio. Height: 50cm (20”). Spread: 40cm (16”). patio, greenhouse, conservatory 1 packet (15 chilli pepper seeds)

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    Market Price $6.99 Our Low Price $5.99 Special Price for 3 Bottles $14.97 – Save $6.00 Bottle Price $4.99 Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $47.88 – Save $36.00 Bottle Price $3.99 Third Degree Burn Serious Hot Sauce – Peppers has added this outrageously hot Hot Sauce to their rapidly growing line of great sauces. This […] Market Price $2.49 Our Low Price $1.99 Special Price for 3 Bottles $4.47 – Save $3.00 Bottle Price $1.49 Texas Pete Hotter Hot Sauce – Make some great wings with this recipe: Texas Pete

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  • Pepper, Hot, Tabasco 1 Pkt. (30 seeds)

    Originally from Mexico and taking its name from a Mexican state this small, very hot pepper's a favorite in the South and East, where the plants can grow tall and are covered with the petite light yellow-green to red fruits. Best known as the pepper that lends the kick to the namesake hot sauce from Avery Island, Louisiana. Harvest about 80 days after transplant.

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  • Tabasco Peppers

    Tabasco Peppers Capsicum frutescens Tabasco peppers are sure to bring some spice into your life! These small peppers are best known for their use in Tabasco Sauce and also are used in peppered vinegar to add some kick. The plant grows as a bush and the peppers will range from yellow to red as they ripen. Each pepper is rated anywhere from 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville scale of heat and is the only chili pepper to be "juicy" on the inside instead of dry. Jujube Black Sapote

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    Market Price $6.99 Our Low Price $5.99 Special Price for 3 Bottles $14.97 – Save $6.00 Bottle Price $4.99 Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $47.88 – Save $36.00 Bottle Price $3.99 Third Degree Burn Serious Hot Sauce – Peppers has added this outrageously hot Hot Sauce to their rapidly growing line of great sauces. This […] Market Price $2.49 Our Low Price $1.99 Special Price for 3 Bottles $4.47 – Save $3.00 Bottle Price $1.49 Texas Pete Hotter Hot Sauce – Make some great wings with this recipe: Texas Pete

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  • Hot Pepper, Tabasco

    Hot Pepper, Tabasco Hot Pepper, Tabasco 53275A Small , very hot peppers that lend the kick to the famous hot sauce. Originally from Mexico and taking its name from a Mexican state, this small, very hot pepper's a favorite in the South and East, where the plants can grow tall and are covered with the petite light yellow-green to red fruits. Best known as the pepper that lends the kick to the namesake hot sauce from Avery Island, Louisiana. Harvest about 80 days after transplant . Rating : Shipping :

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  • TABASCO PEPPER

    TABASCO PEPPER TABASCO PEPPER 80 days - This very hot Mexican variety is the one we love for hot sauces! The fruits grow almost erect off the branches and start out a yellow/green color, ending up red. Everyone's favorite! - PKT. - 20 seeds Details This very hot Mexican variety is the one we love for hot sauces! The fruits grow almost erect off the branches and start out a yellow/green color, ending up red. Everyone's favorite!

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  • Tabasco Hot Pepper Plant

    SKU: GP-PEPH-TAB-MM Our 'Tabasco' hot pepper plant is considered a medium-hot pepper with a Scoville rating of 30,000 to 50,000. Next to the jalapeño, this pepper is one of the most well known and widely used, including it being the star ingredient in that famous Tabasco® Sauce. The fruit grows upward from the foliage, is under 2 inches long, and gently tapers to a blunt point. Emerging yellowish-green, the peppers will mature to yellow, and then orange, and finally to bright red. Use sparingly and use care

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  • Tabasco Hot Peppers pk/20

    Tabasco Hot Peppers pk/20 120 days. Capsicum frutescens. Plant produces heavy yields of small 1 ¼" long by ¼" wide hot peppers. Peppers are very hot, grow upright in clusters, and turn from light greenish-yellow, to orange, to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. A heirloom variety dating back to 1848 which resurfaced after the Civil War and was grown to make the famous Tabasco hot sauce. United States Department of Agriculture, PI 586675. A variety from the Louisiana,

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  • Rooster Spur Pepper

    Rooster Spur Pepper Rooster Spur Pepper Product Description (Capsicum annuum) 15 seeds per pack. A still rare pepper, the Rooster Spur is packed with short, 1 1/2", tapered, red ripening fruits that pack quite a punch! In some ways, similar to the Tabasco. Hot flavor. The plant is a nice ornamental as well, with the many fruits ripening in different stages, providing a rainbow of colors during the growing season. 95 days. #1772 Shipping:

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  • Chili Pepper 'Tabasco'

    Chili Pepper 'Tabasco' Chili Pepper 'Tabasco' Hot: 50,000 to 80,000 SHU. Greenleaf Strain. Yep, this is THAT pepper used to make that very famous mother of all hot sauces, The tabasco pepper is a variety of chili pepper species Capsicum frutescens, like the Naga Jolokia. It is one of the most well known peppers next to the jalapeño. At 50.000 to 80,000 units on the Scoville Scale of heat levels, that’s a lot of firepower. Tabasco peppers are an American legend. Originally from Costa Rica they are the most

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  • Tabasco Hot Peppers (Greenleaf) pk/20

    Tabasco Hot Peppers (Greenleaf) pk/20 120 days. Capsicum frutescens. Plant produces high yields of 1 ¼" long by ¼" wide hot peppers. Peppers are very hot, grow upright in clusters, and turn from pale yellow, to orange, to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent for making hot sauce. Variety developed by Auburn University. United States Department of Agriculture, NSL 79722. Disease Resistant: Tobacco Etch Virus. A variety from Auburn, Alabama, USA. pk /20 HP -291

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  • Tabasco Peppers-Hot Pepper Seeds QTY. 25

    Tabasco Peppers-Hot Pepper Seeds QTY. 25 Tabasco Peppers-Hot Pepper Seeds QTY. 25 Rating : Shipping : Product Description As the name implies perfect for sauces and spicy dishes. This pepper is named after it's Southern Mexican origin and has been widely used since the 1870s. Compact bush can put off up to 100 peppers thorughout it's growing season. Will turn yellow, orange, and then beautiful red. Scoville units: 30,000 - 50,000. QTY: 25 Seed Planting Depth: 1/4" Germination Temperature: 75-85 Days to

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  • PEPPER, HOT * TABASCO * HEIRLOOM SEEDS 2014

    TABASCO (Capsicum frutescens) is the legendary pepper that Edmund McIlhenny grew on Ave PEPPER, HOT * TABASCO * HEIRLOOM SEEDS 2014 $1.25 Ships Now Item #14044 Quantity Available: 26 TABASCO (Capsicum frutescens) is the legendary pepper that Edmund McIlhenny grew on Avery Island Louisiana in 1968 to create the legendary hot sauce of the same name. The pepper originated in the Tabasco region of Mexico.. The bushy plant yields bucketsful of pretty little firecrackers that start out pale chartreuse, color to

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  • PEPPER, HOT * TABASCO * HEIRLOOM SEEDS 2014

    TABASCO (Capsicum frutescens) is the legendary pepper that Edmund McIlhenny grew on Ave PEPPER, HOT * TABASCO * HEIRLOOM SEEDS 2014 $1.25 Ships Now Item #14044 Quantity Available: 25 TABASCO (Capsicum frutescens) is the legendary pepper that Edmund McIlhenny grew on Avery Island Louisiana in 1968 to create the legendary hot sauce of the same name. The pepper originated in the Tabasco region of Mexico.. The bushy plant yields bucketsful of pretty little firecrackers that start out pale chartreuse, color to

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  • Hot Red Tabasco Pepper - 20 Seeds

    HOT PEPPERS: When Wilbur Scoville first devised a means to test the heat of peppers, his hottest entry then came in at 20,000 units. Habanero and Thai chilies can go as high as 60,000. Compare that to the sweet bell pepper at zero. When hot peppers are consumed, capsaicinoids bind with pain receptors in the mouth and throat that are responsible for sensing heat. Once activated by the capsaicinoids, these receptors send a message to the brain that the person has consumed something hot. The brain responds to

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  • Tabasco Chili Pepper Seeds

    Tabasco Chili Pepper Seeds Tabasco Peppers - Click photo above for additional images Tabasco Chili Pepper Seeds Description are a fiery hot pepper. These are the ones that has made famous! Unlike most fruits grow up, rather than hanging down from their stems. can be successfully container grown almost anywhere! Light yellow-green peppers turn to red and grow on tall plants. Tabasco Chili Pepper Seeds Tabasco Peppers Tabasco sauce chili peppers tabasco Tabasco plants frutescens (froo -TESS -enz )

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  • Tabasco Pepper Seeds

    Tabasco Pepper Seeds The Tabasco pepper is a very hot pepper that turns green to red. Grows to a size of .5" x 1.5" and reaches 30,000+ Scovilles. Very hot sauce type pepper! The Tabasco pepper is a very hot pepper that turns green to red. Grows to a size of .5" x 1.5" and reaches 30,000+ Scovilles. Product Details : .5" x 1.5" : Green to Red Use to spice up meals or sauces . Approximately 25 pepper seeds per packet

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  • Lake Valley 1934 Pepper Tabasco Extra Hot Seed Packet

    The world's best-known hot pepper is now available to grow at home. Prolific plants are covered in small peppers that start out yellow and turn dark orange at maturity. Spice-up your favorite dishes with this extra-hot chili. Start indoors about 4-5 weeks before the last spring frost date. Sow in moist, sterile, seed starting mix. Grow in a sunny spot or under plant lights. Transplant outdoors when seedlings have 5-6 leaves and after danger of frost has passed. Plant in full sun and rich, well-drained soil.

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  • Lake Valley 1934 Pepper Tabasco (Extra Hot) Seed Packet

    The world's best-known hot pepper is now available to grow at home. Prolific plants are covered in small peppers that start out yellow and turn dark orange at maturity. Spice-up your favorite dishes with this extra-hot chili. Start indoors about 4-5 weeks before the last spring frost date. Sow in moist, sterile, seed starting mix. Grow in a sunny spot or under plant lights. Transplant outdoors when seedlings have 5-6 leaves and after danger of frost has passed. Plant in full sun and rich, well-drained soil.

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  • Seeds: Tabasco Pepper / 20 Seeds

    Tabasco pepper produces medium thin flesh pods that measure 1 to 1.25 inches long by 0.25 to 0.375 inches wide and a plant that grows up to 42 inches tall. Matures from greenish yellow to orange to red. Very Late Season maturing over 90 days after transplanting. Most often made into a pepper sauce. Capsicum Frutescens.

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  • Tabasco Seafood Buffet Salt and Pepper Shaker Set

    Tabasco Seafood Buffet Salt and Pepper Shaker Set HE83873 Description : Tika Designs Set of Salt and Pepper Shakers. These colorful 5" tall shakers are painted with a crabs, shrimp, sliced yellow lemons and a Tabasco bottle. Great for the table at Seafood Boils with some spicy Cajun seasoning ! Dishwasher Safe Since 1991 when Hasslock Studios introduced handpainted serving pieces at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, the popularity of these bright colorful pieces has continued to grow. The

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  • Birds Eye Chili Peppers Organic - 110,000 HU! - 8 oz

    The hottest peppers we sell! Our organic Thai Birds Eye Chili Peppers are 110,000 heat units! These are hot!!! These are straight from the farms of India where this pepper thrives! The term Bird's eye chili is also used for the North American Chiltepin pepper, both due to their small round shape and because they're widely spread by birds. A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in

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  • Birds Eye Chili Peppers Organic - 110,000 HU! - 4 oz

    The hottest peppers we sell! Our organic Thai Birds Eye Chili Peppers are 110,000 heat units! These are hot!!! These are straight from the farms of India where this pepper thrives! The term Bird's eye chili is also used for the North American Chiltepin pepper, both due to their small round shape and because they're widely spread by birds. A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in

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  • Non-Hybrid ''Peppers'' Seed Pack 12-Varieties

    Chili peppers originated in the Americas. Peppers are prized as a spice, as a vegetable, and as medicine. Chilis love heat and sunshine and will do well as field crops or in containers. High in vitamins A, B and B6. Chili was indigenous to Central, South America and the West Indies with 5000 thousands years of history, as the first cultivation of chili was around 3000 BC. The Heirloom Chili Pepper seed pack provides 12 kinds of hard-to-find, yet easy-to-grow chilis from all over the Americas. With 2 kinds

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  • Birds Eye Chili Peppers Organic - 110,000 HU! - 2 oz

    The hottest peppers we sell! Our organic Thai Birds Eye Chili Peppers are 110,000 heat units! These are hot!!! These are straight from the farms of India where this pepper thrives! The term Bird's eye chili is also used for the North American Chiltepin pepper, both due to their small round shape and because they're widely spread by birds. A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in

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  • View All Chilli Farm Products

    View All Chilli Farm Products » All Products This chilli is shaped like a 38 special bullet. A prolific producer and a must have for the chilli sauce enthusiast. The serano chilli makes up the base for many of the hot sauces produced all over the world. It can be enjoyed in its green state, or left on the bush to turn red. Minimum of 25 seeds/packet The Tabasco Chilli. This little devil needs little introduction, as it is probably one of the world?s best-known varieties. Prolific producer, classic Chilli

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