Chili Pepper 'Cheyenne'

    Zones: Annual
    Exposure: Full Sun
    Mature Size: 24"H x 24"S
    Bloom: Fruit-Green Change to Red, Green change to Orange
    Pot Size: 3.25”
    Availability: SPRING 2023
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    • Cheyenne Chili Pepper Plants For Sale

      Capsicum annuum

      Herb Growing Tips

      Light:  Full Sun

      Temperature:  Annual

      Watering:  Keeping the soil moist, do not over water. This plant is picky... overwatering or drying it out can cause yellowing of the leaves.

      Soil: Well drain soil 

      Comments:  This plant takes about 70- 80 days until they are ready for harvesting. You will know when the peppers are about 4-6" long and easy to remove from stem!

      Herb Description

      This pepper is HOT! A great plant for beginning gardeners, Chili Peppers need little attention and grow easily. Invasive in some environments, these bushy pepper plants produce upright growing, tapered pepper that progressively turn from green to red or orange when they are ready for harvest. One plant can quickly produce tons of these spicy little two inch pods, so you'll have a peck of peppers for picking in no time!

      Try growing Chili Peppers to bring a fiesta to your kitchen or patio. Great for adding some fire to your favorite salsa, sauce, or oil. The lingering hot taste of the Chili Pepper is also very
      flavorful when pickled or dried. For a great mix of Mexican flavors, plant Cilantro and Epazote alongside your Tabascos and enjoy the fresh, flavorful taste of the Southwest!
    • Capsicum annuum
      Characteristics: These pepper plants produce upright growing, tapered
      pepper that progressively turn from green to red or orange when they are
      ready for harvest
      Light: Full to partial shade
      Water: Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not over water
      Soil: pH: 5.6 to 6.0 (acidic) 6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic) 6.6 to 7.5 (neutral)
      Requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between watering
      Use: Use to spice up food
    • Try your Chili Peppers to spice up a recipe.

      Sautaed Zucchini With Garlic And Chili Pepper

      serves 2 - 4

      2 table spoon extra virgin olive oil
      2 medium zucchini, halved and then thinly sliced
      2-3 garlic cloves, finely chopped
      1 chili pepper, seeded and finely chopped
      Fine grain sea salt
      1 table spoon light soy sauce (optional)


      1) Heat up the oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Stir in the garlic and cook until it starts to take a hint of color.

      2) Add the zucchini, stir to get it coated with oil evenly for 5 minutes.

      3) Add the chili, soy sauce and pinch of salt. Stir occasionally. Cook until zucchini starts to brown a little bit - 5 minutes or so. Serve immediately.

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