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Capsicum Annum (Black Pearl Pepper)- 5 seeds
Black Pearl is among the most unique peppers in terms of appearance. As the name suggests, the black fruits start out small and round like black pearls. They will eventually max out at about ½” or a little more and take on a shape more representative of a stubby jalapeno. Only at the very latest stages, after nearly 4 months of growth, will they turn to a deep dark red. The Black Pearl pepper is of the capsicum annum species. This is the same species as the Jalapeno. Accord...
Capsicum Annum (Black Pearl Pepper)- 15 seeds
Capsicum Annum (Black Pearl Pepper)- 20 seeds
Capsicum Chinense (Bhut Naga Pepper)- 5 seeds
Many sources list the different types of naga as synonymous with each other. The varieties appear similar and are alike in their extreme hotness. This is the Indian version of the naga jolokia, which was genetically selected to make the Guiness record holder (Dorest Naga) in Dorset, England. It is reportedly nearly twice as hot as the previous record holder, the Red Savina (also available)...
WARNING: Direction consumption
of these peppers can be dangerous. E...
Capsicum Chinense (Bhut Naga Pepper)- 20 seeds
Capsicum Chinense (Chocolate Habanero)- 10 seeds
This is among the hottest peppers in the world. It has a reported scoville heat rating of 300,000! This variety of Habanero gets its name from the dark color of its fruits. Hot peppers are actually members of the nightshade family with the habanero originating from Cuba. They are great for drying or eating fresh. The easiest way to dry them is to slice them open and hang them outside in th esun or from the ceiling where the hot air collects. “Spice up” your soups or soa...
Capsicum Chinense (Chocolate Habanero)- 100 seeds
Capsicum Chinense (Carribean Red Scotch Bonnet)- 12 seeds
Scotch bonnet is a cultivar of the Habanero with a distinct flavor that is utilized in Carribean cooking. It is both fruity and mouth punishing, making them seriously addictive to any pepper maniac. This is the Caribbean Red variety, which turns from green to orange and eventually to bringht red. With fruits in different strages of development, the plant becomes a multicolor attraction...
WARNING: Direction consumption
of these peppers can be dangerous. Even handling th...
Capsicum Chinense (Carribean Red Scotch Bonnet)- 45 seeds
Capsicum Chinense (Dorset Naga Pepper)- 5 seeds
The Dorset Naga is a cultivar of the Naga Jolokia or Bhut Jolokia, which has been recognized by the Guiness Book of World Records as being the hottest pepper on the planet. With a Scoville heat unit measurement of around 1 million, it replaces the Red Savina with nearly double its heat intensity. This rating can be more or less depending on climate. Drier climates with less rainfall will produce hotter peppers. The Dorset Naga came about through genetic selection in Dorest, England. Specim...
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