Joe's Long Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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Joe's long cayenne is a very prolific pepper that does well in containers. 65 days to harvest, goes from green to red. It's great dried and made into flakes for sprinkling over pizza or ground into a powder. 

  • Annuum
  • 5000-30,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units)
  • Plants grown organically
  • Open-pollinated
  • Seed per Packet:10+ seeds

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Beverly Medley

I love growing cayenne pepper in the summer but now it's November and my plant is full of bloom's I cover the plant at night and place the plant in the sun the next morning. Will my plant live and will I have a plant of peppers? Will someone please tell me how to take care of it I'm in Alabama it's warm in the day and night's are high 40s low 50s. My first time growing pepper plants lol my first time growing anything anything. I love it and want to learn please help me thank you 💕 God bless 🧡🙏💙🇺🇲

Hi Beverly! Thanks for purchasing. Yes, your plant should do fine. You didn't mention what your days are like, but peppers love temps between 75-85. Anything outside of that will slow production, and temps of below 37 will kill the plant. I don't think that will be your worry, BUT when your days hit above 90, you will need shade cloth and may experience some blossom drop. You got this! Keep growing! ~Trina

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Tartra Little
The Pepper Whisperers

I’m a repeat customer of this fabulous company.
The products and seeds never disappoint.
The variety of pepper seeds is like no other I’ve seen. Trina is delightful, professional, and extremely knowledgeable. I can tell that this is her passion.
I look forward to many more years of great purchases from her store.
FYI..the pepper infused honey is Fabulous!


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Based on 2 reviews
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Beverly Medley

I love growing cayenne pepper in the summer but now it's November and my plant is full of bloom's I cover the plant at night and place the plant in the sun the next morning. Will my plant live and will I have a plant of peppers? Will someone please tell me how to take care of it I'm in Alabama it's warm in the day and night's are high 40s low 50s. My first time growing pepper plants lol my first time growing anything anything. I love it and want to learn please help me thank you 💕 God bless 🧡🙏💙🇺🇲

Hi Beverly! Thanks for purchasing. Yes, your plant should do fine. You didn't mention what your days are like, but peppers love temps between 75-85. Anything outside of that will slow production, and temps of below 37 will kill the plant. I don't think that will be your worry, BUT when your days hit above 90, you will need shade cloth and may experience some blossom drop. You got this! Keep growing! ~Trina

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Tartra Little
The Pepper Whisperers

I’m a repeat customer of this fabulous company.
The products and seeds never disappoint.
The variety of pepper seeds is like no other I’ve seen. Trina is delightful, professional, and extremely knowledgeable. I can tell that this is her passion.
I look forward to many more years of great purchases from her store.
FYI..the pepper infused honey is Fabulous!