PEPPER BAHIAN SAUCE
This tall, vigorous hot pepper produces many glossy, tapering fruits (up to 5cm) and can be grown either in the greenhouse or outside in pots. It has a wide range of culinary uses but is especially used for making hot sauces, hence its name! It compliments all meats and vegetable based dishes and is especially good for pickling for the winter months. Scoville units / heat level: 100,000
Surface-sow or barely cover the seeds indoors, and keep warm and moist. When sprouts appear move them to a sunny window. Set out well-developed transplants after last frost date when weather is warm. Peppers need rich moist soil and warm sunny conditions to flourish. Best sown in early spring.
Common name:CAPSICUM FRUTESCENS
Packet Content:20 (Approx)