Pepper Types→Chile Negro Peppers

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Name: Hank Alvarez
Moscow Mills, Missouri (Zone 6a)
MoscowMillsHank
Jun 13, 2020 9:03 AM CST
Chili Negros Peppers is a variety I found in southern California and they're great in green colored sauces. The plant is 2 to 3 feet tall and the fruit is 2 to 3 inches long.It starts out green, turns red if you leave it on the plant then turns black, (hence the name). Harvested and dried and ground it comes out as a green powder. Nobody out here has ever heard of it. Do you have a reliable source? I'd like to grow it again. Please advise. Thanks, Hank

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