Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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JALAPENONA

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium
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Larger and more elongate selection of Yellow Jalapeno with pendent 3x1" yellow-orange fruits on 1½' tall x 1' wide plants


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

JALMUNDO NUMEX

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium
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New Mexico State University variety. The name Jalmundo is said to be a combination of jalapeño and the Spanish word for world (mundo).


JAPONES

Species: Frutescens | Origin: China | Heat: Medium
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Japones is the principal pepper used in Szechwan dishes. The 5cm long red fruits are produced in large clusters on 60-75cm tall plants. Asie for chinese cusine, they are also a great addition to a chile con carne or crushed into a red chile sauce.


© Guy Holman

© Werner Mathi

JARALES

Species: Annuum | Origin: USA | Heat: Medium
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Description currently unavailable.


© Cross Country Nurseries

JEMEZ

Species: Annuum | Origin: New Mexico | Heat: Medium
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From Jemez Pueblo in northern New Mexico a village at 6,000ft above sea level!. This is said to be an early maturing varietyMild to medium-hot. 4-4½ inch long pods at maturity.


© Cross Country Nurseries

JOE'S ROUND

Species: Annuum | Origin: Italy | Heat: medium
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see Ammazzo


KALIA

Species: Annuum | Origin: India | Heat: Medium
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Deep red, short, with smooth skin. Pointed tip.


KELLU UCHU

Species: Chinense | Origin: Peru | Heat: Medium
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Also called Aji Amarillo, this is one of the most common Peruvian Aji's. The pods grow to around 4.5in long x 2.25in wide and mature from green to a bright yellow.


© Photo by Harald Zoschke

KENYA

Species: Frutescens | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Medium
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Description currently unavailable.


© Gabor Rabi (www.spicy.hu)

KERINTING

Species: Annuum | Origin: Malaysia | Heat: Medium
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An extremely long thin Cayenne yype which looks very similar to Whippets Tail. The name in Malay is believed to means 'curly hair'.


© Virtual Pepper

© Allen M Boatman

KOREAN HOT

Species: Annuum | Origin: Korea | Heat: Medium
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If you only had room for one chilli plant, you should have this one, it is ideal for using fresh, dried or in powder form. Has a great taste and a decent heat Level. 4 to 5 inches long, a great looking all rounder.


© Jakob Alexsson

© Jakob Alexsson

KOREAN YELLOW

Species: Annuum | Origin: Korea | Heat: Medium
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Korean heirloom. This variety produce 2x1/3" orange-yellow, smooth, erect fruits born in clusters on 2' tall x 1½' wide plants.


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

KORI SITAKAME

Species: Annuum | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Medium
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Meaning "Red chile". This variety is from Norogachi, a Tarahumara pueblo in highland Chihuahua, Mexico. Relatively thin-walled and smooth-skinned triangular fruit. Looks almost translucent when dry. Medium to hot, increasing after a few seconds. 3½ inch pods when mature.


© Julian Livsey



KOVINCHU (PI 260585)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Medium
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These thin walled long slender pods grow typically to around 4in long. They mature from green to red.


© Cross Country Nurseries

KUNG PAO

Species: Annuum | Origin: Thailand | Heat: Medium
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These large, fast growing 3ft tall plants are loaded with skinny 6-9" long thin walled cayenne type pepper which mature from green to a dark rich red in 85 days. At around 10000 scoville heat units, they are often used to spicy up Thai, Szechuan and other Southeast Asian dishes.


© Julian Livsey

© Julian Livsey