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Hungarian Yellow Wax Hot Pepper
'Hungarian Yellow Wax' hot peppers in various stages of ripeness.
Hungarian Yellow Wax Hot Pepper
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Hungarian Yellow Wax

65 days — Also marketed as 'Hot Banana,' the five inch long, tapered, firm, yellow, waxy, hot fruit develop on dwarf, bushy fourteen to sixteen inch tall plants.

They are a pleasantly hot pepper reaching 5,000 to 15,000 Scoville Units and flavorful. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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My Favorite
I plant this every year and save the seeds year after year. I pickle them for sandwiches and just eating right out of the jar. Just enough heat to be pleasant but not overpowering.
Reviewed by: Harry Smith from South Central PA. on 8/22/2013
Home Grower
Grew this variety late spring (2011). Plants germinated easily and hardy. Started inside and transplanted to pots outside as directed. Plants grew well, but took much longer than 65 days to begin to flower (110-130). Even so, the fruit they produced was great and they are still producing now in SoCal winter (ave temp 60). Made a great addition to my chili in fall. Yum.
Reviewed by: Caroline Severs from San Diego, CA. on 12/21/2011
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