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Goat Horn Hot Pepper Seeds

Goat Horn Hot Pepper Seeds

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The beautiful smooth ripe pods have a distinctive sweet taste followed by fast building long-lasting heat. This is a thick-walled cayenne-type pepper with good flavor. The glossy red 4”- 6“ fruits curve and resemble a goat’s horn. This compact 24”-36“ plant is very productive and can be grown as an ornamental. Easy to grow. These spicy peppers have a variety of uses and are most popularly cooked into various dishes, including Asian cuisine. 

Capsicum annuum (75 days) Heirloom - Open-Pollinated

Heat Level: Super Hot  Scoville: 20,000

~ Packet contains 10 seeds. 

In early spring, start seeds indoors 8 weeks prior to warm nightly temperatures. Place the seeds in sterile media and cover 1/4” deep. Provide 85°F bottom heat, bright light and keep moist at all times. Seeds will germinate in 7 - 21 days. Transplant seedlings into pots and grow until there are 6 true leaves on the plant. Plant them directly into rich soil, 30” apart or into large 5 gallon containers. Harvest peppers when they are red.

These peppers are GREAT for making Homemade Pepper Flakes!
Check out our Hot Pepper Flakes Recipe »

Another great Goat Horn pepper recipe:

Check out this quick Vinegar Pepper Sauce Recipe »

Also, our Sichuan Chile Oil Recipe is amazing on everything! 

View all of our Ornamental Peppers »


All of our seeds are GMO-free.
 

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Scott Stueber
Great luck with Sichan pepper seeds!

I was given a packet of your Goat Horn Pepper seeds by a friend after I mentioned wanting to try to grow hot Sichuan peppers. I live in an apartment and so had to plant them in a couple large pots on my patio, but the results were tremendous. Probably 95% of the seeds sprouted, and after a couple thinning projects, I ended up with 3 plants in each pot. Even with difficulty getting enough regular direct sunshine (and some of my mistakes with over-watering), the plants did tremendously and I harvested about 75 ripe peppers which I've used to make a fermented fresh chile sauce that is great on everything. I'm going to try seeds for other pepper varieties from you once it warms up a bit. Thanks!!

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DC
Very Productive & Versatile

Plants produced an abundance of peppers from mid-summer (zone 7b) through October. They were delicious green through red, stir fried as well as dried.

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Martin
First attempt at these peppers. Very prolific

I love these on pizza, sweet with just enough heat.
Will definitely grow more next year.

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Ricardo P.
Goat Horn Peppers are my new favorite!

I grew these last season and boy they were loaded with peppers. Great heat for making fresh salsa, and I dried the rest to make pepper flakes. I will grow these every year now, they were my favorite peppers last year! Thanks for the great seeds.

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Bill M.
Productive peppers!

Great for making hot pepper flakes, these pepper seeds had great germination so I had a lot of extra seedlings. The plants were loaded down with nice large Goat Horn Peppers, similar in heat and flavor to Cayenne Peppers, but bigger and thicker. Nice looking plants, great harvest. I will grow these every year now!

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