A mild, medium-sized chili pepper that grows to 6-10 inches in length.
These are considered a sweet pepper, though they can have a touch of heat. They are light green in color used in general cooking
Italian long hot peppers
These peppers are mild, sweet peppers native to Italy. They are popular around the world for their versatility.
These might look and taste like jalapeños, but they pack a bit more heat. These peppers increase in spiciness as they mature from green to red.
Hungarian wax peppers
Often confused with similar-looking banana peppers, these wax pepper are actually much hotter.
This familiar medium-sized hot pepper packs most of its heat in the seeds.
These are smaller and hotter than most jalapeños, but similar in color.
Named after the Cuban city of La Habana, these have a unique fruity flavor with hints of citrus and a floral aroma.
Scotch Bonnet peppers
These peppers related to habaneros are among the hottest chilis on Earth.