This is it - the contender for the World's Hottest Pepper! Bred by Craig Dremann, Redwood Seed Company, this bumpy, warty, brown habanero pepper tests in a a whopping 1,662,000 SHU. Dare you try it? Dare you not?
When we grew this in our greenhouses the last two years, the bushes were large and open with an abundance of fruit. The color developed into red and/or brown fruit, depending upon the plant. Either way they were scorching hot! Extremely limited supply. 1,662,000 SHU
CAUTION: 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