Ram’s Horn Pepper
- Twisted/Spiraled fruits grow to 5-8 inches long
- Ideal for small spaces
- Highly Productive
- Hot pepper
- 75-85 days from transplant
Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm.
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The red, elongated fruits of this variety have a sweet flavor, an even burn, and a truly unique appearance—twisted and spiraled with wrinkled skin, they resemble a ram’s horn. The pendant fruits measure 5-8″ long and 1″ wide, and weigh approximately an ounce, while the plants grow 1.5-2′ tall and have sparsely branched, green leaves, making this variety ideal for small spaces. Highly productive when grown at Heritage Farm, ‘Ram’s Horn’ matures mid-season. This variety is originally from Emily Eidson of South Carolina, whose family grew these heirloom peppers in her childhood (circa 1910). 75-85 days. Hot.