• Send Us Feedback

  • Join our mailing list!

    > Pepper Plants > Pepper Plants By Origin > African Type Pepper Plants
    African Type Pepper Plants
    Sort By:
    Page of 1
    Fatali Pepper
    Per order today shipping starts early April $5.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Fatali Pepper Plant : Heirloom Originally from the Central African Republic sometimes spelt Fatalli. One of the top 5 or 6 hottest peppers known. Produces golden yellow fruits that grow to 3" by 1 ¼" wide and have a citrus-like flavor. Nice choice for pots. 250,000 to 300,000 Scoville.

    Fish Pepper
    Per order today shipping starts early April $5.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Fish Pepper Plant : Heirloom African variety, Pre-1870's used to season fish and shellfish in the African-American communities around Baltimore and Philadelphia and are traditionally still used in oyster and fish houses around the Chesapeake Bay region in the state of Maryland. Fruits are green and white or cream colored, changing to shades of red, orange, rust, and brown, with striped accents of green, yellow, and cream mixed in when fully mature. This 3" peppers flavor is moderately hot. The ornamental pepper plant grows to about 18" to 24" tall.

    <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial Black; COLOR: #004500; FONT-SIZE: 14pt">Peppadew</SPAN>
    Our Price: $5.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Peppadew Pepper Plant : The Peppadew is a sweet pepper, with just a bit of heat. It resembles a cherry tomato, but it has no relation. It is sold commercially, either hot or mild, and may be stuffed with soft cheeses, such as cream cheese. It is also tasty on salads, omelettes, and sandwiches. Grown in the Limpopo province of South Africa, and is actually the brand name of sweet piquanté peppers. As the story goes, a farmer discovered the tiny pepper in South Africa in the 1990s and put it on the market. He described it as “peppery” but “sweet as the dew,” hence the name. It became very popular in South Africa in the 2000s, especially as a pizza topping. 1,177 Scovilles.