2022 Pepper Crop
2021 was a pretty good year for growing chile peppers in Wisconsin. As always, some varieties produced better than others but overall a successful growing season. Now the operation is put away for the winter. In 2021 I tried a few new methods for growing my crop to make my "Urban Farm" more manageable and productive. Had a few glitches but overall successful enough to continue the same operation for 2022.
I want to take this time to thank all the customers who purchased peppers from Doorstep Peppers whether online or at local markets in 2021. Your interest, feedback and purchases help me decide what varieties of chile peppers to grow in coming years.
Below are the varieties I anticipate growing in 2022. Please stay tuned for more information as plant availability is known.
I have begun to place my pepper plants in their "summer homes"' also known as 5 gallon pails and large pots. Just a little leary of the weather since last night the temperatures were hovering in the low 50's. However it's forecast to be warming up by the weekend. YEAH!!
I'd like to take this time to thank my good friend Mike Timm for once again providing me with the absolutely most amazing plant stock to work with. I am very anxious to grow some of his crosses asa well as most of your favorite varieties, and have them available at markets this summer and fall at local markets and for online sales.
Please see the list below for the chile pepper varieties I will be growing.
(Aji Limon) Citrus like lemon flavor.
Fruity, citrus flavor with a somewhat searing heat compared to a Habanero.
"Jamaican Red" Hot
Fruity flavor, great for hot sauce or cooking.
"Yellow Jamaican" HOT
Fruity and very similar to the habanero.
100,000 to325,000 SHU
Habanero "Caribbean Red Hot"
Citrusy, somewhat smoky flavor with heat greater than Habanero.
Lemon Ghostly Habanero
800,000 to 1,000,000 SHU
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost) "Red"
A somewhat sweet chile flavor, then the heat shows up about 20 seconds later.
850,000 to 1,000,000 SHU
B.B.M. aka "Big Black Mama"
Another creation from the ledgendary Troy Primeaux. It's a cross between a Naga Morich pepper and a 7 Pot Douglah pepper. "This isn't one of the best tasting peppers mainly because you won't have any taste buds left after eating this monster"
1,100,000 + SHU
R. K. 7 Pot Peach x. Reaper
This pepper is a cross that was done by Randy Keaton from Keatly Farms. It has a delicious peach and citrus flavor and delivers plenty of heat.
1,200,000 + SHU
A flavor similar to most of the other red superhot peppers.A floral, somewhat
fruity flavor but brutally hot.
1,300,000 + SHU
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
It has a fruit-like flavor, then the intense heat builds and builds.
1,200,000 to 2,009,000 SHU
The scorching heat often hides the very sweet and fruity flavor.
1,500,000 to 2,200,000 SHU.
Cross between the 7pot and Fatalii
1,500,000 to 2,500,000 SHU
**Additional pepper varieties and crosses**
Tangerine Trinidad Scorpion
Aji Limon Reaper/M. Timm cross
Blue Fawn Douglah Scorpion/M. Timm cross
BRM x. Yaki Blue
CPR x. C3PO Chocolate/M. Timm cross
Caramelicious/M. Timm cross
Ridiculous/M. Timm cross
Comparable to Habanero heat
Comparable to Habanero heat
Purple Pain/M. Timm cross
Please inquire with any questions about the 2022 pepper crop and varieties you may be interested in me growing to: