The mother of all peppers, a.k.a. bird chile. A wild chile, it has very small (fingernail sized) round bright red fruits. Can often be found growing wild in the American Southwest. The only difference between Tepins & Chiltepin's are the shape. Tepins are round, while Chiltepins are elongated. Considered difficult to start. You might try running it through your bird first! 90-100 days or more from transplants. 50,000-100,000 Scoville heat units.