Here is the Maule's Red Hot Pepper, Capsicum Annuum, Scoville units: 15,000 to 50,000 SHU. It is also known as the Lady Finger pepper. This high yielding variety is very productive bearing dozens of peppers even in short season climates. Glossy red, 10 to 12 inch Cayenne type fruits, and of similar heat. Makes a fine sort for picante sauce or drying. Originally introduced by William Maule Seed Company of Philadelphia in 1912. Plants get to around 3 feet tall but can get bigger in full sun light. We found it to be a great frying pepper. Open pollinated 75 days.
Here is the Maule's Red Hot Pepper, Capsicum Annuum, Scoville units: 15,000 to 50,000 SHU. It is also known as the Lady Finger pepper. This high yielding variety is very productive bearing dozens of peppers even in short season climates. Glossy red, 10 to 12 inch Cayenne type fruits, and of similar heat. Makes a fine sort for picante sauce or drying. Originally introduced by William Maule Seed Company of Philadelphia in 1912. Plants get to around 3 feet tall but can get bigger in full sun light. We found it to be a great frying pepper. Open pollinated 75 days.
Here is the Maule's Red Hot Pepper, Capsicum Annuum, Scoville units: 15,000 to 50,000 SHU. It is also known as the Lady Finger pepper. This high yielding variety is very productive bearing dozens of peppers even in short season climates. Glossy red, 10 to 12 inch Cayenne type fruits, and of similar heat. Makes a fine sort for picante sauce or drying. Originally introduced by William Maule Seed Company of Philadelphia in 1912. Plants get to around 3 feet tall but can get bigger in full sun light. We found it to be a great frying pepper. Open pollinated 75 days.

Maule's Red Hot Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Maule's Red Hot Pepper, Capsicum Annuum, Scoville units: 15,000 to 50,000 SHU. It is also known as the Lady Finger pepper. This high yielding variety is very productive bearing dozens of peppers even in short season climates. Glossy red, 10 to 12 inch Cayenne type fruits, and of similar heat. Makes a fine sort for picante sauce or drying. Originally introduced by William Maule Seed Company of Philadelphia in 1912. Plants get to around 3 feet tall but can get bigger in full sun light. We found it to be a great frying pepper. Open pollinated 75 days.

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