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For the people out there who like a bit of pain in the form of peppers. These rare and hard to germinate plants are seriously scary but ever so cool. Peppers with an * are exclusive to this pack and cannot be bought a-la-carte.
  • Included Peppers

    Peppers with an * are exclusive to this pack and cannot be bought a-la-carte.


    *Carolina Reaper - A cross between a ghost pepper and a red habanero. It is initially sweet but spicy enough to cause contact burns. This is currently the hottest pepper in the world, please use caution. 1,400,000 to 2,200,000 SHU.


    *White Ghost - The white version of the famous Red Ghost Pepper, which set the heat record in 2007. The Carolina Reaper has since surpassed the Ghost in heat, but this is still a fantastic pepper to grow. 1,000,000 SHU.


    Habanero Orange - The Habanero’s distinctive,”wavy-walled” shape and unique tropical-fruity start and smoky, fiery finish is what makes it so popular in hot sauces, salsas, and jellies. 150,000 to 325,000 SHU.


    *Scarlet Lantern x CGN 21500 - This hybrid pepper is sweet with a nice heat and its unique shape and color are stunning. The Scarlet Lantern is highly regarded among chili lovers, and the CGN 21500 is well-known among CGN peppers. Avg. 34,000 to 90,000 SHU.


    Aji Cusco - This hot, red pepper was discovered at a market in Cusco, Peru and brought to Utah to acclimatize it locally. 2021 is the third year this stock is growing locally. Especially productive perennial if overwintered; it can grow 4 feet tall. 30,000 to 60,000 SHU.


    Brazilian Starfish - The Brazilian Starfish has a fruity flavor that is occasionally hotter than a jalapeño. Highly prolific once established. 30,000 to 50,000 SHU.


    *Aji Pineapple - The Aji Pinapple is a favorite among rare Peruvian peppers. Plants are productive, and fruits are a vibrant light yellow, around 2.5-3” long, bursting with fruity sweet tropical flavor. 20,000 to 30,000 SHU.

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