The following reviews have been recorded on Folia about growing Chili pepper:
Damaged by prevention of insect control?
SoilesPlants about growing Chili Habanero Red (divided)
It is probably dying – I will treat it better.
keilinger about growing 10. Jalapeño pepper (divided)
Healthy plant, grew similar to a regular jalapeno. Mine had lots of cracking, but I roasted them and peeled off the skin. They are very tasty with all of the jalapeno flavor and none of the heat.
tash about growing Pepper-Jalapeno Fooled You
These “Ring of Fire” Cayennes are some of the best, slim podded cayennes that I have grown. They are very prolific and burning hot, and have good flavor when ground into powder.
Ostrya about growing Cayenne Pepper 'Ring-o-Fire'
My favourite chili pepper – not too hot, tastes great and goes with any meal. High yield, pepper size varies from marble ball size to table tennis ball, can be eaten green or red.
philo about growing Chili pepper 'Ciliegia piccante'
small fruit on the plant. it survived the heavy rains.
bjwisbar about growing Poblano Pepper
This is likely whats in that shaker on the table of your local pizza joint. Easy to grow, dry and make your own crushed red pepper flakes. Good in spaghetti sauce and stir-fry and homemade pickles.
Sprocket1980 about growing Pepper - Long Thin Cayenne 
Pick them often (green or red) and have a bumper crop all season. Great flavor and medium heat. Good in salsas, added to almost any food dish for a little zip, or smoke them and grind into powder.
Sprocket1980 about growing Pepper - Serrano
This pepper has done much better its second year in the ground than the first. As of June, it is producing quite a bit. It is quite thin skinned.
lontra about growing Pepper 'Shisito'
Not one seed out of ten sprouted. Time to get rid of it.
sweetcheeks about growing Pepper Anaheim
Another dependable variety. Red, can be enjoyed raw straight from plant; picked, allowed to wrinkle a little, greatly increases heat but still this is about medium, which is about right with a 3 yr old eating the dishes it contains.
seeingreen about growing Cherry Bomb Chilli (divided)
Stunning ornamental, with glossy dark leaves and marble sized fruits which start at deep purple/black, then ripen to deep red. Good windowsill variety, because it stays compact. Flowers are gorgeous!
misskittin about growing Chilli "Black Pearl"
I love growing my little jalapeno bush…it’s incredible easy to root-bind, as it will produce at a very small size, and over-all it’s idiot-proof. Grows slowly but surely and tolerates a lot.
TrueIconoclast about growing Jalapeno Bush
This is a beautiful ornamental chilli, easy to grow, easy to overwinter, and trouble free pest/disease wise: Unfortunately, the chillies don’t actually taste of much at all! Medium hot, but no flavour
misskittin about growing Chilli "Bolivian Rainbow"
A spectacular Italian chilli! Gorgeous plants, producing masses of upward facing, seriously hot fruit with a nice fruity/sweet tang in the background. Easy to grow and overwinter, no pruning needed
misskittin about growing Chilli "Etna"
Great little pepper…more about the ornament than the eating, but that’s fine because it looks SO GOOD. Pure black foliage in full sun topped with violet flowers and black or scarlet peppers.
angelchrome about growing Pepper 'Black Pearl'
I always enjoy Cayenne types, decent heat and they dry beautifully. Yield was not superb, but that was more about the conditions than the variety. Am growing again.
angelchrome about growing Pepper Long Thin Cayenne''
I love Jalepeno types for fresh eating. Will definitely grow again.
angelchrome about growing Pepper 'Jalapeno'
This is my all time fave pepper. Also sometimes called Hot Banana, it’s a great combo of the sweet and the heat that is perfect for fresh eating and pickling. Love to throw slices right into pasta.
angelchrome about growing Pepper 'Hungarian Hot Wax'
2+ Hot pepper, not a great producer here in zone 10
graibeard about growing Chilli: Czechoslovakian Black - SCSSN
Medium heat, thick walled, prolific early producer here in zone 10.
graibeard about growing Chilli: Red Hot Cherry
4+ Prolific & early producer of short, thin walled peppers. Will crop twice if picked regularly here in Zone 10
graibeard about growing Chilli: Long Red Cayenne
Prolific, attractive, very long, thin walled and with few seeds. Well worth growing here.
graibeard about growing Chili Pepper 'Joe's Long Cayenne'