Hot Pepper (Chilli)

    Capsicum annuum, C. baccatum, C. chinense
Hot Pepper has the same origin as the Sweet Pepper and belongs in most cases to the same species. But several other species provide useful fruits, usually with good strength. Examples are x Capsicum baccatum, C. chinense, C. frutescens and C. pubescens, which all have different a character and appearance.
The strength of the Hot Pepper comes from a substance called capsaisin, which is measured in so-called Scoville-degrees. The mildest Hot Peppers have few hundred units and the strongest over 1 million Scoville.
In most varieties, most of the strength of the Hot Pepper is located in the walls separating the seed chambers and the seeds themselves. Therefore it is possible to regulate the strength to suit the moment.
Learn more about propagating and history in the Sweet Pepper section.

Aji Blanco Cristal, ekofrö

Aji Blanco Cristal, ekofrö

Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax, ekofrö

Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax, ekofrö

Sibirisk, ekofrö

Sibirisk, ekofrö

Bulgarian Carrot, ekofrö

Bulgarian Carrot, ekofrö

Alban, ekofrö

Alban, ekofrö

Coral, ekofrö

Coral, ekofrö

Espelette, ekofrö

Espelette, ekofrö

Buena Mulata, ekofrö

Buena Mulata, ekofrö

Santa Fé, ekofrö

Santa Fé, ekofrö

Sarit Gat, ekofrö

Sarit Gat, ekofrö

Beaver Dam, ekofrö

Beaver Dam, ekofrö

Hot Portugal, ekofrö

Hot Portugal, ekofrö

Black Jalapeno, ekofrö

Black Jalapeno, ekofrö

Jalapeño, ekofrö

Jalapeño, ekofrö

Jamaican Bell, ekofrö

Jamaican Bell, ekofrö

Hot Lemon, ekofrö

Hot Lemon, ekofrö

Padron, ekofrö

Padron, ekofrö

Anaheim M, ekofrö

Anaheim M, ekofrö

Serrano Chili, ekofrö

Serrano Chili, ekofrö

Demon Red, ekofrö

Demon Red, ekofrö

Hinkelhatz, ekofrö

Hinkelhatz, ekofrö

Trinidad Purple Coffee, ekofrö

Trinidad Purple Coffee, ekofrö

De Cayenne, ekofrö

De Cayenne, ekofrö

Habanero Dulce, ekofrö

Habanero Dulce, ekofrö

Tropical, ekofrö

Tropical, ekofrö

Habanero Golden, ekofrö

Habanero Golden, ekofrö

Habanero, ekofrö

Habanero, ekofrö