The World's hottest chilli as rated by the Guinness Book of Records, measuring an incredible 2.2million Scoville! This will blow your socks off! Bred in South Carolina by crossing a Ghost chilli with a Habanero. This evil-looking chilli should be handled with care as each devilishly hot pepper has a fruity, cinnamon/chocolate taste before the mind-blowing heat kicks in. The bumpy, lumpy fruit won't all look the same as they grow, but the majority will have a pointed scorpion tail that is typical of this 'super-hot' chilli. Treat this plant with respect, always wear gloves when handling fruit and never touch your eyes without washing your hands - You have been warned! Harvest late August-October. Height 61-70cm (24-28"); spread 61-70cm (24-128").
Your chilli pepper plant will perform best in a greenhouse but will produce a good crop in a sunny sheltered location outdoors. Stand the plant in a warm, light, airy place such as a greenhouse, windowsill or conservatory and allow it to grow, ensuring that the compost is kept moist.
Using a good quality, moist seed compost, sow your seeds in a propagator and cover with 6mm (¼") compost. Place on a windowsill or in a greenhouse at approximately 21-24°C (70-75°F) to germinate, usually 7-14 days. Transfer seedlings into 7.5cm (3") pots and grow on. Once they are 15cm (6") tall, transfer to 25cm (10") pots of John Innes No.3 and keep on a warm, sunny windowsill or greenhouse (once warm enough).
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Packet seed, garlic, onion sets, shallots and mushroom spawn (except windowsill kits) incur a carriage charge of £1.99.
All other products incur a carriage charge of £4.99.
If your order comprises of a combination of carriage charges then the higher carriage charge will be applied.
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