Beautiful and prolific peppers stand upright. They transition from green to white, then finish red. If in direct sun light, they will turn purple rapidly. Because the peppers stand upright at first, often the top ones will turn purple because they are not shaded. As the peppers fill out, they become pendulous and hang downward. This makes them an almost omni color pepper. These peppers are traditionally harvested white. Once they turn red, they only remain fresh for a couple of days.
- 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 White Thia 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.