Here is the Cowhorn Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 2,500 to 5,000+ SHU. This pepper is said to originate from south america but we can't verify this at this time. This variety of pepper is well known for making fruits as large as 10 inches long and 2+ inches wide. for the most part they will be much smaller but in the right conditions they can get very large. The pods get a very curly effect to them hence the name cow's horn, however cows don't have horns, do they? Fruits start out green in color and turn red when fully ripe. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to be a medium sized plant but if pruned and potted they tend to stay small like 2 feet tall and bushy. Pods have an amazing flavor with a very nice uniqueness and medium to low heat with sweetness that is very satisfying. Some peppers may be very hot so be careful! These make a great drying pepper with the walls being thin an will dry on the plant if left on. It's also good for frying and fresh eating too! Very ra
Here is the Cowhorn Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 2,500 to 5,000+ SHU. This pepper is said to originate from south america but we can't verify this at this time. This variety of pepper is well known for making fruits as large as 10 inches long and 2+ inches wide. for the most part they will be much smaller but in the right conditions they can get very large. The pods get a very curly effect to them hence the name cow's horn, however cows don't have horns, do they? Fruits start out green in color and turn red when fully ripe. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to be a medium sized plant but if pruned and potted they tend to stay small like 2 feet tall and bushy. Pods have an amazing flavor with a very nice uniqueness and medium to low heat with sweetness that is very satisfying. Some peppers may be very hot so be careful! These make a great drying pepper with the walls being thin an will dry on the plant if left on. It's also good for frying and fresh eating too! Very ra
Here is the Cowhorn Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 2,500 to 5,000+ SHU. This pepper is said to originate from south america but we can't verify this at this time. This variety of pepper is well known for making fruits as large as 10 inches long and 2+ inches wide. for the most part they will be much smaller but in the right conditions they can get very large. The pods get a very curly effect to them hence the name cow's horn, however cows don't have horns, do they? Fruits start out green in color and turn red when fully ripe. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to be a medium sized plant but if pruned and potted they tend to stay small like 2 feet tall and bushy. Pods have an amazing flavor with a very nice uniqueness and medium to low heat with sweetness that is very satisfying. Some peppers may be very hot so be careful! These make a great drying pepper with the walls being thin an will dry on the plant if left on. It's also good for frying and fresh eating too! Very ra
Here is the Cowhorn Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 2,500 to 5,000+ SHU. This pepper is said to originate from south america but we can't verify this at this time. This variety of pepper is well known for making fruits as large as 10 inches long and 2+ inches wide. for the most part they will be much smaller but in the right conditions they can get very large. The pods get a very curly effect to them hence the name cow's horn, however cows don't have horns, do they? Fruits start out green in color and turn red when fully ripe. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to be a medium sized plant but if pruned and potted they tend to stay small like 2 feet tall and bushy. Pods have an amazing flavor with a very nice uniqueness and medium to low heat with sweetness that is very satisfying. Some peppers may be very hot so be careful! These make a great drying pepper with the walls being thin an will dry on the plant if left on. It's also good for frying and fresh eating too! Very ra

Cowhorn Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Cowhorn Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 2,500 to 5,000+ SHU. This pepper is said to originate from south america but we can't verify this at this time. This variety of pepper is well known for making fruits as large as 10 inches long and 2+ inches wide. for the most part they will be much smaller but in the right conditions they can get very large. The pods get a very curly effect to them hence the name cow's horn, however cows don't have horns, do they? Fruits start out green in color and turn red when fully ripe. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to be a medium sized plant but if pruned and potted they tend to stay small like 2 feet tall and bushy. Pods have an amazing flavor with a very nice uniqueness and medium to low heat with sweetness that is very satisfying. Some peppers may be very hot so be careful! These make a great drying pepper with the walls being thin an will dry on the plant if left on. It's also good for frying and fresh eating too! Very rare and hard to get variety! Open pollinated mid to late season 79 to 92 days.

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