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Thai Hot Pepper - 50 Seeds - GARDEN FRESH PACK!


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  • Extremely hot variety originally from Thailand
  • Plants become covered with 1 inch long peppers that are green at first but ripen to red
  • Both colors appear on the plant at the same time making this variety ornamental as well as edible
  • Thin fleshed peppers are used especially in Oriental dishes
  • 50 Seeds
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Product Description

HOT PEPPERS: When Wilbur Scoville first devised a means to test the heat of peppers, his hottest entry then came in at 20,000 units. Habanero and Thai chilies can go as high as 60,000. Compare that to the sweet bell pepper at zero. When hot peppers are consumed, capsaicinoids bind with pain receptors in the mouth and throat that are responsible for sensing heat. Once activated by the capsaicinoids, these receptors send a message to the brain that the person has consumed something hot. The brain responds to the burning sensation by raising the heart rate, increasing perspiration and release of endorphins. Hot peppers should be eaten with caution!

Thai Hot Pepper: Extremely hot variety originally from Thailand. Plants become covered with 1 inch long peppers that are green at first but ripen to red. Both colors appear on the plant at the same time making this variety ornamental as well as edible. Thin fleshed peppers are used especially in Oriental dishes.


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  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,711 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TomA on August 15, 2009
We did not get the small Thai peppers that are pictured. Instead we got very long peppers. By the time the peppers grew out, it was too late to return the product. Email to the company about the problem went unanswered.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By david stowers on January 3, 2014
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These seeds sprouted quickly for me. I used those little peat pellets in the watering trays to get them started. Once they were grown to the second set of leaves, I transferred them to peat pots weith good dirt. Once they were about 6" tall, I removed the bottom of the peat pot and planted them in a large container. Grew really well for us and produced a ton of spicy peppers throughout the summer. Moved them into the garage when it got cold, and they've still been giving me peppers for the last two months.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JW pepper on April 2, 2014
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This is a horrendous company, a terrible buy. I ordered 10 types of seeds on Feb. 14, on march 5 they wrote “I'm afraid your package has lost on the way. China Post does have a 1.5% lost-in-post rate which is very frustrating and truly out of our control.” and a generic “festivals are coming,so the traffic is too busy ,besides,the bad weather also has bad effect on transportation “. so…they re-ordered my seeds so I thought. It turns out this is a CHINA COMPANY- the seed are coming from CHINA! They hide that. Do not by your seeds from CHINA!, I ordered all new seeds from a U.S.A. company here on Amazon called Seeds & Things, they came in less than a week, I have planted, and some are already growing.. Buy from them. So I thought, well ill use the seed from CHINA next year…NOPE! After I e-mailed sixcity again on where is my seeds are, Come April 1st ,I got the same generic e-mail ”I'm afraid your package has lost on the way. China Post does have a 1.5% lost-in-post rate which is very frustrating and truly out of our control.” and “due to many festivals are coming,so the traffic is too busy ,besides,the bad weather also has bad effect on transportation”. Word for Word! This is a bad buy. I will never see my seed, Witch I don’t want now that I know where they are coming from, and more so I will never see my money back. DO NOT BUY!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nathaniel S. Burtt on December 30, 2013
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These peppers turned out to be some type of Thai hybrid pepper, much larger and less hot that a genuine Thai pepper. Additionally, I started these seeds indoors in new soil, and about a third of them turned out to be pokeberry seends. (pokeberry being the common name for the large weed that produces purple grape link berries in the northeastern US).

I had hoped to grow a small crop of a dozen or so plants to harvest, dry and grind into a seasoning that I could put into a shaker. I did so, but the red pepper that I can buy in any grocery store is hotter.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lana on March 30, 2010
Started seeds indoors/ greenhouse. The germination rate is about 40-50% :(
The ones that are growing seem to be healthy. The plants are tiny so it is hard to say anything else.
Will update.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marvin House on April 23, 2014
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Ordered t pk of these, 1pk of habanero, and one pack of jalapeno. Received 1 pk of celery and one pack of jalapeno that has had about a 25% sprout rate
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Don't know what to add to the review title. About 90% germination rate using peat eggtrays on a hotpad, took a week or two. Sprouts are now getting their 2nd set of "real leaves" and seem healthy. Don't know about the peppers yet, that'll take a while!

Added in late June: This pepper is not as shown in the illustration. The smaller upright-growing chilis shown appear to be siling labuyo, a spicy pepper grown mostly in the Philippines. But my plants are yielding long downward-hanging peppers, like skinny string beans. They may be a variety of Thai "bird's eye" peppers, another hot pepper popular in Southeast Asian cooking. Of course they may also be cayenne peppers. I'll know when they're ready for eating.

I'll revise my rating down to three stars. Credit for good germination rates and healthy plants, but boos for not shipping what was advertised.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Isabella L. Wilson on March 27, 2012
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arrived on time in great condition we have them in started pots ... until we can get them big enough for the garden.
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