One of the most popular hot peppers with home gardeners. 1” x 3” green pendulous fruits ripen to a bright red, have hot, crisp flesh, and thick walls. Use them in chili, salsa, sauces; roast and add them to your favorite dip or guacamole recipe, or our favorite - make homemade poppers! This early variety ripens days before the original, and even sets fruit in less than ideal conditions. 65 to 75 days from transplant.