Peppers that grow upwards are easy to find as they are not hidden in the dense foliage, making it really easy to know which one is ready or not!
Also known as ‘Chiles Japones,’ these Japanese peppers are common to make shichimi, which is a popular spice blend. Their upward-growing pods make them visually appealing.
One of the most popular chile types in Japan, Takanotsume peppers are popular in various Asian cuisines. Their striking red hue make them aesthetically pleasing.
Mirasol translates to “look at the sun,” a sign of their upward growth pattern. Mirasol comes in various varieties that offer diverse options for your garden.
These peppers are popular as ornamental plants and resemble tiny red flames amid greenery. Their beautiful hue looks stunning in garden borders.
Aptly named for their lack of heat, Chilly Chili peppers grow upward, which makes them an attractive choice for visual appeal.
With starfish-shaped fruits that occasionally grow upwards, Brazilian starfish peppers offer a unique addition to your pepper collection.
These peppers are known to transition from green to red while displaying beautiful Christmas colors. Their upward growth ensures that their color is on full display!
NuMex peppers start as yellow, turn purple, and finally mature to orangey-red. These offer a stunning visual display while adding a spicy kick to your dishes.
Made famous because of Tabasco hot sauce, these peppers are famous for their heat. Their pods easily fall from the plant when ripe, so be quick to pick them up.
Named after the holiday, NuMex Halloween peppers transition from dark purple to orange. Their upward growth creates a spooky yet visually striking addition to your garden.
These peppers have a small berry shape and growRead more on balconygardenweb.com