What peppers grow well in Texas?
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Growing Peppers in Texas:
Big Jim Legacy Chile
A long-time customer favorite, these plants produce huge tasty pods with thick flesh, great for chile rellenos and chile
Hatch Mild Green Chile - NM 6-4
Our most popular green chile to grow because of its mild heat, great flavor and it matures early. While these are from New Mexico, you can easily grow these well in Texas, too!
Hatch Green Hot - Doublecross Chile
A perfect chile for those that love Big Jim but want a little more heat.
Nothing beats a jalapeno, we also have extra hot yellow and orange varieties which are fun. Most of our jalapeno varieties are also extra fast growing so customers can enjoy pods sooner in the season so you can enjoy a nice long Texan jalapeno harvest!
The classic Orange or Red Habaneros are super delicious and hot, another favorite of heat lovers. We think habaneros make the best tasting salsas and hot sauces, with their fruity unique flavor, especially when combined with carrots, lime juice and garlic – try out this Habanero Hot Sauce Recipe »
These are great flavored sweet peppers that go great on everything! We like to roast and peel them and then marinate in olive oil to put on top of sandwiches, pizza, burgers, you name it.
A tasty super hot that heat-lovers love to grow. People love these for making wickedly-hot Carolina Reaper Salsa and hot sauces.
This tiny pepper is perfect for Texas gardens, it also grows wild and is perennial in some parts of Texas! The tiny peppers are great for making pico, spicy vinegars or hot sauces and for hot pepper flakes.
Super hot peppers, Bhut Jolokia Ghost Peppers are great for making salsas, stews, hot sauces.
Conclusion: Growing Peppers in Texas is Easy!
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