You Can Grow At Home
If you enjoy adding chili peppers to your regular dishes, you might want to try growing them yourself. Growing your peppers at home is convenient and economical.
Cayenne peppers are thin and long. These chili peppers can be used in powdered, dried, or fresh forms. and hotter than Jalapeno peppers.
Carolina Reapers are one of the hottest peppers with 1,400,000-2,200,000 Scoville heat units. The Carolina Reaper is small and shaped like a scorpion tail.
Scotch Bonnet peppers look similar to habaneros, but they are short and have a hat-like shape. You should start the seeds early if you want mature peppers in time.
While you might get peppers at the local store or grocery, it’s easier and more economical to grow them in your garden or balcony.