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Long Hot Peppers

Long Hot Peppers

Looking for long hot peppers? We have an assortment of spicy long peppers that are a great addition to your pepper and vegetable garden!

One of our favorite long hot peppers is the Goat Horn Hot Pepper. It is quite prolific, and has great red color when fully mature. Here are some photos of a loaded down plant. It can be quite pretty in pots too, larger 5+ gallon pots are best.

Long Hot Pepper - Goat Horn
Long Hot Peppers growing in Pot

For other long hot peppers, you can also try growing Cayenne Pepper seeds; or Chile de Arbol seeds, with their bold heat and sublte natural smoky flavor. Our Las Cruces Cayenne peppers are also great for hot sauces or dried for hot pepper flakes.

We also have Indian Finger Hot Pepper Seeds, pictured above, which have 4" long pepper pods with great flavor and spice to many Indian dishes. 

We also have long & large green chiles that are hot and spicy, too! So if you're looking for bulk and flavor, check out our Big Jim Legacy Chiles which have incredible New Mexican chile flavor abd thick flesh with mild to medium heat. Want hotter long hot peppers with some bulk? Check out our Hatch Green Hot Doublecross Chile, it's wicked hot and large and meaty growing up to 9" long! 

Garden Memes: I love Green Chile

Do you love to grow vegetables?
Grow chile peppers and tomatoes from our collection.
Over the past 12 years, we have expanded from our original six green chiles to now over 100 specialty peppers and 44 tomatoes. 

Grow all of our Chile Seeds!
Chile peppers are super easy to grow from seed, and you can grow them all around the world! Grow our customer-favorites including our NuMex Heritage Big Jim Seeds, or our Aji Limo Lemon Drop Pepper seeds, Serrano Seeds, Poblano Seeds, Red Cherry Hot Seeds, Carolina Reaper Seeds (the hottest pepper in the world!), Tabasco Seeds,  NuMex Trick or Treat Habanero seeds (no heat), White Bhut Jolokia seeds, Peach Bhut Jolokia seeds, Yellow Jalapeno seeds, and Yellow Carolina Reaper seeds to name just a few.