Bangkok’s small, fiery-hot fruits avg. 3″ and set heavily on big, upright plants. Suitable for using green or red at the fresh stage or dried for making hot pepper flakes or mini ristras. This type of pepper is commonly grown in Southeast Asia and China. 75 days to green, 95 days to red. Photo and text courtesy of Johnny’s Seeds.
Care: Plant 18-24″ apart in rows 24-30″ apart in full sun. Keep soil uniformly moist (but not waterlogged) for best production.