Because they are
long in developing, most gardeners will have to start them indoors and plant out into warm soil, preferably transplant to a sunny area.
Peppers are usually self-pollinating (usually 5-10% crossing, more in the South), so you should be able to save the seed of your favorites.
Leaves are poisonous. This year we are rating the peppers for hotness: 0 is sweet, 5 is hotter than hot.
Capsicum Sp. H/Matures 9-12/Harvest up to 17/Yield fresh 36-197, hot dried 5-20/Spacing 12”