Here is the Pequin Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Scoville units: 58,000 SHU. These plants can get to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Small fruits are borne abundantly on semi-annual plants that in warmer climates, can survive for several years. Tiny Chile's usually only 1 inch long and extremely hot is one of the hottest chilies available. The Pequin (meaning little) is a common Chile used for ultra-spicy dishes. Closely related to the wild Tepin Chile. This pepper variety is extremely productive. Open pollinated, 95 days.
Here is the Pequin Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Scoville units: 58,000 SHU. These plants can get to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Small fruits are borne abundantly on semi-annual plants that in warmer climates, can survive for several years. Tiny Chile's usually only 1 inch long and extremely hot is one of the hottest chilies available. The Pequin (meaning little) is a common Chile used for ultra-spicy dishes. Closely related to the wild Tepin Chile. This pepper variety is extremely productive. Open pollinated, 95 days.
Here is the Pequin Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Scoville units: 58,000 SHU. These plants can get to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Small fruits are borne abundantly on semi-annual plants that in warmer climates, can survive for several years. Tiny Chile's usually only 1 inch long and extremely hot is one of the hottest chilies available. The Pequin (meaning little) is a common Chile used for ultra-spicy dishes. Closely related to the wild Tepin Chile. This pepper variety is extremely productive. Open pollinated, 95 days.
Here is the Pequin Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Scoville units: 58,000 SHU. These plants can get to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Small fruits are borne abundantly on semi-annual plants that in warmer climates, can survive for several years. Tiny Chile's usually only 1 inch long and extremely hot is one of the hottest chilies available. The Pequin (meaning little) is a common Chile used for ultra-spicy dishes. Closely related to the wild Tepin Chile. This pepper variety is extremely productive. Open pollinated, 95 days.

Pequin Pepper

Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum

Here is the Pequin Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Scoville units: 58,000 SHU. These plants can get to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Small fruits are borne abundantly on semi-annual plants that in warmer climates, can survive for several years. Tiny Chile's usually only 1 inch long and extremely hot is one of the hottest chilies available. The Pequin (meaning little) is a common Chile used for ultra-spicy dishes. Closely related to the wild Tepin Chile. This pepper variety is extremely productive. Open pollinated, 95 days.

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