Tabasco Pepper Seeds
Experience the classic heat in your own garden with Tabasco Pepper Seeds. Perfect for gardeners aiming to produce an iconic pepper, these seeds deliver the genuine taste and heat that the Tabasco name promises. These peppers offer more than just spiciness; they come with a tangy, fruity undertone that’s unparalleled in its versatility. Whether you’re looking to make your own hot sauce or add zing to your dishes, these seeds will not disappoint.
The heat level of the Tabasco Pepper is around 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). This heat profile places it in the mid to upper range of the Scoville scale, offering a balanced blend of flavor and fire.
Tabasco Pepper plants typically reach a height of 4 to 5 feet. Their tall stature is particularly useful if you’re looking to cultivate a plant that not only produces high-quality peppers but also serves as a focal point in your garden landscape.
Day to Maturity
You can expect to wait approximately 80 to 90 days from planting to harvesting. This makes Tabasco Pepper Seeds a moderately fast option for those eager to reap their spicy rewards in a relatively short time frame.
The Tabasco Peppers are small but mighty. They usually measure about 1.5 to 2 inches in length and about 0.5 inches in diameter. Their compact size makes them perfect for a variety of culinary uses, from dicing to sauce production.
These peppers offer a vibrant display as they mature. They start as a pale, lime green and eventually turn a deep, fiery red when fully ripe. This transition in color is not just eye-catching but also a helpful indicator of when they are at peak flavor and heat.
Tabasco Pepper Seeds grow into tall plants that produce small, versatile peppers with a heat level of 30,000 to 50,000 SHU. They mature in 80 to 90 days, offering both flavor and spice in a relatively short period.