THE 7 POT SERIES are some of the hottest peppers in the world. They hail from the Caribbean and earned their name because only one of these 1 1/2" peppers is needed to season seven pots of stew. The wrinkly, searing hot peppers have a unique fruitiness that infuses your sinuses before the heat takes over your mouth and esophagus. These peppers take up to four months to mature, so be patient. Super hot peppers take time!
7 Pot Chaguana Red pepper hails from the village of Chaguana on the island of Trinidad and Tobago, Hotter than tother Red 7 pot peppers and more aromatic fruitier flavor. 1,000,000 - 1,200,000
7 Pot Douglah Red pepper is similar to the 7 Pot Chocolate, but produces dozens of shiny red peppers on compact 3' bushes. 900,000 to 1,160,000 SHUs
7 Pot Jonah Red pepper is perfect for the over achieving, super hot pepper loving, grower you know. These peppers are bigger, hotter and with a greater fruitiness than other 7 Pots. The fruit, which can get up to the size of a golfball, looks different, too, with a bumpy, lumpy skin and sometimes even a tiny, wicked looking tail.The plant even grows bigger than other 7 pots, so give it room. 800,000 to 1,200,000 SHUs.
CAUTION: All three of these peppers are extremely hot. It is the responsibility of the buyer to ensure the safe cultivation and consumption of these peppers.
Super Hot Pepper Care Information- Plant Super Hot pepper plants in a full sun area well-draining soil. These pepper plants can be planted in the ground or in a large pot. Super hot peppers are heavy nutrient feeders, a regular watering and fertilizing schedule is recommended for pepper production. We recommend using a fertilizer with Cal-Mag to support flowering and fruiting super hot peppers. Avoid frost and overhead watering