Sinahuisa Pepper 10+ Seeds

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Sinahuisa-(Capsicum annuum)-The Sinahuisa pepper comes from Maya Ejido Communal farm in the State of Sonora, Mexico. It looks very similar to a Serrano chile but is smaller on average and has much more flavor than any Serrano I have ever tasted. It has a rich sweetness and medium heat. The burn is not as pungent as a serrano. The Sinahuisa pepper is a must for making sauces or salsa! They are also great pickled! It is so productive you will be picking all season and be sad when there are no more! The Sinahuisa chiles average about a 1/4 inch in width and 2 inches in length. They ripen from green to red and have more heat when red. The Sinahuisa chile plants grow over 4 feet tall and are very easy to grow.

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Sinahuisa Peppers

The Sinahuisa chile comes from Maya Ejido Communal farm in the State of Sonora, Mexico. It looks very similar to a Serrano chile but is smaller on average and has much more flavor than any Serrano I have ever tasted. It has a rich sweetness and medium heat. The burn is not as pungent as a serrano.

The Sinahuisa pepper is a must for making sauces or salsa! They are also great pickled! It is so productive you will be picking all season and be sad when there are no more! The Sinahuisa chiles average about a 1/4 inch in width and 2 inches in length. They ripen from green to red and have more heat when red. The Sinahuisa chile plants grow over 4 feet tall and are very easy to grow.

At Refining Fire Chiles we isolate our seed production plants to avoid cross-pollination with other chile species. If you want to grow your own chiles, you can purchase seeds right here, or full plants (March-August) and have fresh chiles by September.

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