MA WARTRYX PEPPERS are a series of bumpy, warty, convoluted, gnarly, deeply puckered peppers developed by Matthew Arthur. Believed to be an open pollinated cross amongst Trinidad Scorpion, 7 Pot Jonah and Scotch Bonnet peppers, they have a distinct citrusy flavor with a fast acting wicked hot burn, perfect for making sauces and powders The bushes can reach 4' tall and the peppers can become the size of a golfball, so give this one plenty of room to grow. 800,000 to 1,300,000 SHUs.
MA Wartryx Chocolate peppers have a smokey, fruity flavor with a soft skin with the inside coated with high capsaicin oilThe Chocolate MA Wartryx pepper is very spicy and has a slight smoky flavor with a hint of fruitiness. Fresh ripe pods of the pepper have high concentrations of capsicum oil on the inside walls, which makes them deadly hot! Use ito make hot sauces and salsas.
MA Wartryx Crimson peppers can vary a bit in the appearance, some are round while others on the same plant can get a little pointy, but all have a shiny, brownish red, bumpy and dimpled skin. Flavor is smokey with an aroma of fruit and has the characteristic Wartryx film of capsaicin oil on the inside to push the heat level into the stratosphere.
MA Wartryx Red peppers started it all. These peppers are shiny orange-red with a thin skin, soft texture and fast painful burn. If extreme is what you are looking for, stop here. You have arrived at your destination.
CAUTION: All three of these peppers are extremely hot. It is the responsibility of the buyer to ensure the safe cultivation, handling and consumption of these peppers.
If dried to make powder for seasoning, use extreme caution and wear a respirator so as not to inhale the dust until after every surface in the room is wiped down. Monica made that mistake once, took off her respirator before clean up was done and she coughed for days.
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