It is a curious little pepper, the Peter Pepper. Some say it’s sexy. Some say it’s hot. Others say it is delicious. No matter who you are, you will agree it is an unusual Cajun pepper. One that makes every cooking and gift giving occasion an interesting experience.
The fiery little Peter Pepper has long been considered too hot to eat! Native to Louisiana and Texas, this blistering capsicum forms pods which naturally and consistently contort themselves into a miniature replica of, well – take a look at its scientific name: Capsicum annuum var. annuum ‘Peter’ (Penis Pepper).
These interesting peppers are certainly a conversation piece for the gardener who has everything! Seeds are almost impossible to obtain, and most plants are grown from much coveted “private stock” – plants grown year after year for seeds alone.
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