This Ain't Your Momma's Bubblegum! Pepper Collection

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Don't bite off more than you can chew with our exclusive Bubblegum Collection. These Bubblegum peppers are nothing to chew on. Bubblegum strains get their heat from crossing the Moruga Scorpion and a Trinidad Yellow 7 Pot, then mixing it up with a lot more of the world's hottest peppers.  The collection includes Peach Bubblegum Habanero, Ghost Bhut Jolokia Orange Bubblegum and Red Bubblegum Bhut Jolokia. These peppers are grown by the Cal Poly Pomona Nursery in 3" pots. 

Ghost Bhut Jolokia Red Bubblegum

This super hot is a product of crossing Red 7 Pot Bubblegum and Ghost (Bhut Jolokia) pepper. This pepper stands out because of the unique "bleeding" of color that is shown that moves through the calyx and stem as this pepper matures. The Ghost Bhut Jolokia Red Bubblegum is known to have a sweet, fruity flavor with an extreme heat that kicks in quick! 800,000 to 1,100,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU) 

Ghost Bhut Jolokia Orange Bubblegum

This pepper is the progeny of the Red 7 Pot BubblegumWhite Bhut Jolokia, and Orange Habanero. The flavor is a quick sharp heat with a citrusy and fruity finish. Typical of the "bleeding" bubblegum peppers, a light orange color develops through the pod and into the the calyx and stem as the fruit matures. 800,000 to 1,100,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU)

Peach Bubblegum

This pepper packs a fruity punch with parents like Peach Habanero and Yellow Seven Pot peppers. Fruity and sweet, with a hint of cinnamon, it is delicious to use in salsas, sauces and jellies. Like other bubblegum peppers, this unique pepper has a peach color that "bleeds" through the calyx and stem as the fruit matures. While this pepper has not been tested it is thought to have a heat range of 100,000 to 350,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). 

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

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