Here is the Puya Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 to 8,000 SHU. The Puya Chile Pepper or Pulla Pepper originates from Mexico and widely used throughout central America. Do not confuse this pepper with the Guajillo Pepper which is much less hotter then the Puya Pepper. It is said that Puya chilies are the same as Mirasol chili pepper but we find them to be different. This pepper is also widely used in Chinese dishes and are called Jinta peppers 金塔椒. One plant can produce dozens of peppers and will dry on the plant if left attached. Plants can get to 5 feet tall. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated 85 days.
Here is the Puya Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 to 8,000 SHU. The Puya Chile Pepper or Pulla Pepper originates from Mexico and widely used throughout central America. Do not confuse this pepper with the Guajillo Pepper which is much less hotter then the Puya Pepper. It is said that Puya chilies are the same as Mirasol chili pepper but we find them to be different. This pepper is also widely used in Chinese dishes and are called Jinta peppers 金塔椒. One plant can produce dozens of peppers and will dry on the plant if left attached. Plants can get to 5 feet tall. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated 85 days.
Here is the Puya Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 to 8,000 SHU. The Puya Chile Pepper or Pulla Pepper originates from Mexico and widely used throughout central America. Do not confuse this pepper with the Guajillo Pepper which is much less hotter then the Puya Pepper. It is said that Puya chilies are the same as Mirasol chili pepper but we find them to be different. This pepper is also widely used in Chinese dishes and are called Jinta peppers 金塔椒. One plant can produce dozens of peppers and will dry on the plant if left attached. Plants can get to 5 feet tall. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated 85 days.

Puya Chile Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Puya Chile Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 5,000 to 8,000 SHU. The Puya Chile Pepper or Pulla Pepper originates from Mexico and widely used throughout central America. Do not confuse this pepper with the Guajillo Pepper which is much less hotter then the Puya Pepper. It is said that Puya chilies are the same as Mirasol chili pepper but we find them to be different. This pepper is also widely used in Chinese dishes and are called Jinta peppers 金塔椒. One plant can produce dozens of peppers and will dry on the plant if left attached. Plants can get to 5 feet tall. You can Grow it as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated 85 days.

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