With similar heat and appearance to a cayenne, these gorgeous and rare hot peppers ripen from violet to orange and finally to its sweetest and meatiest red. William Woys Weaver's grandfather received the pepper from African-American folk artist Horace Pippin in 1944.
Sun exposure: Full sun
Days to maturity: 75 days
Zone: Annual (perennial if freezing is prevented)
Size: 30" tall
Propagation: open-pollinated (save seeds!)
'Buena Mulata' pepper
Every plant that leaves my posession will be healthy and ready to grow for you. If you have a problem with the plant within 30 days, please contact me as soon as you notice so that I can help correct the problem, replace the plant, or offer a refund.
Aside from the above, there will be NO refunds or exchanges available due to the nature of a living product.
If you have any concerns, please contact me so that they can be addressed. I do my best to work with every customer to be sure they are completely satisfied.