C. annuum. 85 days. Gorgeous ornamental and edible hot pepper. Fruits begin sweet when not ripe (deep purple) but are hot and spicy when red and ripe. A stunning focal variety with purple stems and dark green leaves speckled with white, purple, and black. Fruits are small and pendant, and ripen red. Le Petite Guillet was bred by William Woys Weaver in 1995, and named in honor of Dominique Guillet, founder of Terre de Semences, Saint-Menoux, France. ~20 seed minimum per packet. 


Grown for us by Dorothy and Hebron Smith in Tennessee.

Roughwood Guillet Pepper