Small, beautiful, and very prolific peppers are great in stir fry. The peppers stand erect, poking up threw the lush beautiful foliage. This makes the purple Thai an edible ornamental. An easily grown plant, it takes well to both field / ground planting and container growing.
The peppers transition from green to purple and eventually end red. They are generally harvested when purple because once they reach read they start to dry out the way ripe cayenne does.
- Plant indoors at least 6 weeks before last frost
- Transplant after last frost
- First Pods 90 Days from transplant
- Capsicum Frutescens
- Twenty or more seeds per pack ( 20+ )
The Purple Thai pepper comes from Thailand, formerly known as Siam. The plant grows very well in North America and Europe as they are a fairly short season pepper.