These are America's No. 1 choice for home garden peppers. The plants are sturdy and easy to grow, and the peppers are always well-formed, juicy and delicious. Leave them on the plants until they redden, and the flavor only improves.
When and Where to Plant: Start seeds indoors in a sunny, warm location
7-8 weeks before the last spring frost. Transplant to a sunny, well
drained location in the late spring after the soil has warmed. Loosen
soil with a spade or fork, fertilize with vegetable food and water thoroughly.
Great in containers and sunny flower beds.
Care: Keep soil moist, weed free, feed every 4-6 weeks.
Harvesting: To avoid injuring plants, carefully cut or snap off fruits
along with a short piece of stalk. Full size hot peppers can be picked
at any color, but are spiciest when red.