With its vibrantly colored peppers and deep green leaves, the tabasco pepper is a delight in any home. The edible peppers on the plant are popular in sauces and as a spice in many countries, and having your plant allows you the freshest peppers.
Tabasco pepper, a type of Capsicum frutescens, is from the Solanaceae family. The plant originates from Mexico. However, it is not only now eaten in cuisines throughout the world but is a popular house plant worldwide too. The Tabasco pepper can be identified by its rich, almost glossy oval, pointed green leaves and by the long peppers that it grows, which can be a variety of colors, including green, yellow, and red.