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'Nanaʻs Fingers' Hot Pepper

$4.00Price

Nana's Fingers are a cross between a Serrano and a Thai Chili pepper. The 5-6 foot plants are prolific producers of 3-4 in. long moderately spicy fruit. Harvest peppers when red for best flavor, though can be eaten green for less heat. The flavorful, yet moderate heat makes this an excellent salsa pepper.

 

Plants will produce for multiple seasons with continuous flushes of new flowers and fruit. They appreciate staking and a general fertilizer application after a large harvest. Peppers tolerate a wide range of conditions, but prefer a warm climate and consistent watering with good drainage.

 

Open Pollinated - 25 seeds/pkt.

 

Cultivation:

Depth: 1/2"
Spacing: 24"
Sun or partial shade
Maturity: 90-120 days