Beautiful, prolific, and very tasty. This is the most common Thai pepper found in the dishes of many restaurants. The peppers stand erect, poking up threw the lush beautiful foliage. This makes the red tiny Thai an edible ornamental. Plants reach about one to two feet in height, making them an excellent choice for container growing. Very easy to grow and forgiving.
- Plant indoors at least 6 weeks before last frost
- Transplant after last frost
- First Pods 90 Days from transplant
- Capsicum annuum
- Twenty or more seeds per pack ( 20+ )
The Red 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.