The Hawaiian Chili pepper is savory, salty, hot and adds great flavor and spiciness to foods. You can also make your own chili pepper water with these peppers for a dash of seasoning on all sorts of food.
Hawaiian Chili Pepper Seeds
Fill up a 6-inch pot with packaged potting soil. Soak the soil. Sprinkle 3 or 4 seeds over the top of the soil and then cover lightly with more soil. Place in a warm dry place with lots of sun. This plant cannot take a freeze. Water just as soil is dry, don’t over water. When established, fertilize regularly with a general-purpose fertilizer.