Milder in normal cases. Pick 1 , taste it, see what happens.Unfortunately, they seem to be of some sort of very generic strain. As seedlings they were all I could get hold of during lockdown. And all it says on label is Spanish Chilli's. I think I might just pick a couple and feed them to the children (they like chilli), and see what happens. But I also wonder if I should just sit and wait. The picture on seedlings showed red chillis.
If I pick now, will chilli's be milder or hotter?
Depends on the strain For instance. Bell peppers are green to red to yellow to orange. All are not hot but have a mellow sweet flavor. Ghost chili's go from green to red to orange and are extremely hot. Even the devil wont eat them aaaahahahaha more for me. Cayenne is my favorite. High medicinal value. Boost immune system, full of V-C and not too hot. Hey guys here's a link where I buy my plants. It's a wealth of info on all the peppers they grow. Been using them for years. Enjoy http://www.chileplants.com/I’ve never been a fan of chillis.
They burn my mouth too much.
Though I’m not sure which ones burn more the green or the red ?