Originally from Thailand, these pointed little red 2″ long hot peppers are often used in Asian dishes and pack a nice punch of heat at 35,000-40,000 Scoville units. These bushy 10″ plants will adorn with hundreds of peppers, and if completely harvested, will set fruit all over again.
Sow seeds 1/4″ deep, indoors 6 weeks before last frost. Transplant or sow directly outdoors 12-18″ apart in full sun when the ground is warm and all chance of frost has past. Plants will benefit from an organic fertilizer. Stake or small cage for support as this plants is a heavy producer.