Want a little heat? Apache Chili Pepper, rated at 80,000 scoville heat units (slightly less than a Habanero at 100,000) will add kick to salsa, hot sauce, pepper jelly or chili powder. A great choice for container planting.
Apache Peppers produce 2-3 inch green peppers that mature and transform into bright red. The plant fruits from mid-summer and can then be harvested keeping in mind the redder they are the more pungent they become.
Fresh Chili Peppers are a rich source of Vitamin C. They also contain great antioxidants such as Vitamin A and flavonoids to protect the body during stress. Chilies are a great resource for Potassium, Iron and Magnesium.