Very very hot!! Purple Flash grows with a layered, scaffolding habit to create an exotic look. Leaves are almost black with flashes of bright purple, and topped with small, round glossy black fruit. The marble-sized fruit is so hot it’s not recommended for eating, which certainly keeps the pests away from this gorgeous plant!
Not hot! (8 in/10 cm) New “sweet fruit” type (not hot) that mature ivory, yellow, orange, red 2 in/5 cm slender fruit
Not hot! AAS Flower Award Winner The first family-friendly ornamental pepper with exceptional garden performance. ‘Chilly Chili,’ as the name implies, has non-pungent fruit. The “heat” was bred out of this peppers, which is perfect for households with children who like to explore their environment. The fruit changes color from yellow to orange and matures at red. Extremely heat tolerant, ‘Chilly Chili’ will provide garden color during southern summers. Pepper plants can grow about a foot tall and spread 6-10 inches. The petite 2 inch peppers can be used as clever ornamental garnishes on salads or with ethnic entrees.
Hot! This jazzy ornamental pepper is so beautiful in foliage, flower, stem, and fruit, you may hesitate to eat its charming conical peppers! Don’t worry — they have a hot bite that is irresistible. Explosive Ember begins spring with new foliage of bright purple, followed by purple-and-white blooms on jazzy purple stems!