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Devil (Not Treated)View more information →
Very dark green glossy fruit is nearly cylindrical and at 3″, a little larger than a typical Serrano. Devil is quite early for a Serrano and should be kept picked to ensure contiguous production. Serranos contribute a very hot, complex, earthy flavor to Mexican sauces. The plant has a distinctive white fuzz to the small leaf.
El Dorado (Not Treated)View more information →
Treat your customers to one of the most delicious hot peppers. El Dorado has thick crisp flesh that makes a great pickle and it is also good for stuffing and salsa. Depending on how well it is cleaned of membrane, heat can very between mild and 3,000 Scovilles.
El Dorado (Treated Seed)View more information →
One of the most delicious hot peppers, this extra large and extra early Santa Fe/ Caribe type. El Dorado has thick crisp flesh that makes a great pickle. It is also good for stuffing and salsa. Depending how well it is cleaned of membrane, heat can vary between mild and 3000 scovilles.