Retraining of chili Carolina Reaper!

Today as I trained on my small “Carolina Reaper” plants that have been sprouting in ROOT!For cubes. These seeds germinated rather quickly, but they usually all my seeds do when they get it nice and warm on the heat mat!

Carolina Reaper will be the new champion in the heat when it comes to chili fruit but they are not all in agreement on this, to Pepper Joe's due on its side:

“The NEW Worlds Hottest Champ as of the 8/27/12 Press Releases. It averaged 1,474,000 Scoville Heat Units”

Size of Plant:
5 FT. tall and 4 FT. wide

Fruity, sweet, a hint of cinnamon with chocolate undertones

Size of Fruit:
2″ to 3″ Pine with stinger and 2″ to 3″ wide

Days to Maturity:
70 to 90 days

1.474 million

Will be interesting to see how this chili is developed and tastes! I grow only 5 plants this year in which one could not buy as many seeds you want to, I save some of these plants would go in the Woods, you never know!

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4 Responses to Retraining of chili Carolina Reaper!

  1. Patrik says:

    Will be happy to queue for any excess of this.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hey Patrik! I put away a plant for you. I have 15 seeds and plan to kick off 5 St to now that I still need to determine input Monster Naga and White, Purple and orange Bhut jolokia. I expect to just keep 3 – 4 plants of Carolina Reaper because it's so many other chilis, Yes far too many that I want to grow.

  2. Patrik says:

    May be able to entice you to a fröbyte? So we avoid shipping on a plant;)

    I have very many kinds.

    Some Favorites:
    7 pot primo
    Chocholate Bhut Jolokia
    Trinindad Scorpion Morouga Blend(TSMB)
    Yellow 7 pod
    Trinindad Scorpin Morouga Yellow
    And lots of wild mm

    With kind regards,


    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hey Patrik!

      I don't have many seeds left now then I ran off a few more today. But some st. well go to arrange without change then I have most hot you mention and I right now have far too many varieties that I'm not going to grow this year. Have some seeds tillgod instead. Please contact me via the contact page.

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