Ghost Pepper Plants | Moruga Scorpion, Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion, Purple Ghost Seeds

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Free shipping to the lower 48 states. NO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS ON LIVE PLANTS PLEASE. Proper care and detailed instructions will be sent with each order. If you have grown tomato plants you can successfully grow pepper plants, they’re that easy to grow.

Red Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper

Plants and Seeds

Also known as Ghost Pepper has been around for many centuries and it is believed to have originated in Assam, India. The word Bhut, given from the Bhutias people, means “ghost” and was probably given the name because of the way the heat sneaks up on the one who eats it.

It was only introduced to the western world in 2000. In that same year, a report was published stating it’s level of heat as almost double that of a Red Savina Habanero which was believed to be the world’s hottest pepper. In 2007 The Ghost Pepper was certified as the hottest Chili Pepper on the planet in The Guinness Book of World Records.  Capsicum chinense Bhut Jolokia The Worlds Hottest Chilli Pepper, Ghost Chilli or Ghost Chile. The ‘Blistering Hot’ Indian Chilli Pepper that originates in the area of Assam, India. Bred and tested by the Chile Pepper Institute in Mexico (our source for one of the hottest peppers in the world) the origin of the seed they used was from Bih Jolokia bred in Assam India. Fruits of red/orange Bhut Jolokia ripen from green to orange through to red when fully ripe. Up to 1,001,304 Scoville Units – Handle with caution. Seed Origin Chile Pepper Institute.

Red Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper have Fruits of red/orange Bhut Jolokia ripen from green to orange and then to red when fully ripe. Up to 1,001,304 Scoville Units

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Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion

Plants and seeds

Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion

Not much is known about Jay who developed the Chilli, but the Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion is a  wicked looking pepper and amazingly hot! Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion was developed by a Pennsylvania farmer. Jay’s pepper was first introduced to the chili pepper world in 2013 making it the fifth generation. It is a cross variety between the Trinidad Scorpion and the Bhut Jolokia Ghost pepper. Because the Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion is a cross variety you will see a variety of shades in color, contorted shapes, and some of them have tails. The pepper resembles more of the ghost pepper, but inside the seeds are rippled and look like Trinidad Scorpion seeds. These peppers are hotter than ghost peppers.

Moruga Scorpion

Live Plants and Seeds
The Moruga Scorpion is currently the worlds hottest pepper! Order your seeds today

The Moruga Scorpion tested at 2,009,231 SHU’s Heat Level (nuclear) The  Trinidad Scorpion Moruga chili originates from the island’s of Trinidad and Tobago. It was announced on February 6, 2012, at the Chile Pepper Institute Leaders dinner to have tested at a high of 2,009,231 Scoville Units. A new world record!

Peach Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper


They have a nice Bhut flavor with solid heat that is comparable to the popular red Bhut Jolokia. The peach Ghost Pepper has been one of my favorite peppers to grow this 2013 season. Our friends agree by adding What a great rare pepper to add to your collection!

Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper


Chocolate Bhut Jolokia seeds, a version of the World’s Hottest Chili Capsicum chinense Jacq.  The Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is believed to be a natural variant of Bhut Jolokia.  Selected the genuine type in successive generations. The Chili has a pungency level similar to the red/orange Bhut Jolokia. The Pungency rating of Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is  Extremely hot.

Purple Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper


The purple Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is ultra-rare and hard to find. Purple ghost pods start green as normal, then purple /then red when mature. The heat is comparable to the red Bhut. The veins in the leave them even as young seedlings.

Red Jonah 7pod Trinidad Scorpion


Red Jonah 7pod Trinidad Scorpion. The Trinidad Jonah 7/Pot pepper received its name from one pod having enough heat
to flavor seven pots of stew.  Also referred to as a 7/Pod, the average heat level on the Scoville ranges from 800,000 to over 1,000,000..

Yellow Jonah 7pod Trinidad Scorpion

Seeds and Plants

The 7 pot Jonah Yellow is a variety from Trinidad. The yellow Jonah 7pot pepper is believed to be a natural mutation which came from isolated seeds of the red variety. The yellow is nearly identical in shape, size, wrinkles, and bumps as the red varieties. The yellow Jonahs have a wonderful citrus flavor, but they pack less heat than the red variety.

Measuring the Heat of Hot Peppers

Chili pepper heat is measured in Scoville Units. Developed by Wilbur Scoville in 1912, Scoville Units measure chili pepper heat in multiples of 100, with the bell peppers at 0 and the habanero at over 300,000 Scoville Units.

The Scoville Unit rating of a pepper is determined by a dilution taste test. Pure ground chili peppers are blended with a sugar-water solution. A panel of testers sips the mixture in increasingly diluted concentrations until it no longer burns the mouth. The Scoville Unit number is based on how much the ground chili needs to be diluted before no heat is detected. (Nowadays, liquid chromatography, rather than Scoville’s dilution taste test, is used to evaluate the heat of chili peppers.)

The substance that makes a chili hot is called capsaicin, also known for its ability to improve one’s health by increasing blood circulation and metabolism. Pure capsaicin comes in at over 16 million Scoville Units! Capsaicin is found in its highest concentrations (about 80% of the total amount) in the ribs of the pepper, and because of their proximity, the seeds are also highly concentrated. Removing the ribs and seeds will reduce the heat of the chili pepper. Capsaicin is also distributed in smaller amounts throughout the flesh of the chili pepper, and because it’s distributed unevenly it’s common for some areas of pepper to be hotter than others.

Growing & Using Chili Peppers

On this site, we’ve included information about the Pepper Varieties that you can grow in your garden, those that are commonly seen at your local grocer’s, and those that are typically used in chili sauces and spice mixtures. If you want to grow your own peppers, visit our Growing Peppers page to read about container and garden planting, and what kind of soil, moisture, temperature and amount of sunlight chili peppers like best. If you’re growing peppers or purchasing them fresh we have provided some ideas on Using Peppers, from stuffing to salsa to pickling.


Sphagnum Peat Moss Seeds Starting Soil

Buy the same seed starting soil we use to grow thousands of pepper plants. Your Sphagnum Peat Moss Seeds Starting Soil is ready to be used straight out of the bag. 55% Canadian peat moss, coir, vermiculite, dolomitic lime, wetting agent, and balanced nutrient pack with trace elements.

We suggest using a Jiffy Greenhouse, but any container for your seeds will work fine. Your seeds will need to be around 70/ 75 degrees, most of the time room temperature is alright. You may need to use grow light to keep our seeds warm until germination, and after germination the grow lamp is the perfect light source. Your seeds will germinate in 1-2 weeks, but don’t be surprised if your seeds take 3-4 weeks to germinate.

Buy the exact fertilizers that we use to grow thousands of   pepper plants each season. Our Nutrient kit ships free with

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Pepper plants need a large variety of nutrients containing boron, zinc, copper, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, along with nitrogen, phosphate, potassium, and other trace elements. This kit includes six individual bags with six different type fertilizers with free shipping for $19.99. Our kit contains vital nutrients that every pepper plant has to have. Our kit is enough to supply seven (7) pepper plants nutrients for the whole growing season. Plants need different nutrients for each growing stage, and we have you covered.

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2019 Pepper Crop

7 Pot Bubblegum Peppers
7 Pot Douglah
7 Pot Primo Peppers
7 Pot Primo Chocolate
7 Pot Primo Yellow Peppers
Apocalypse Scorpion
Bhut Jolokia Chocolate
Bhut Jolokia Peach Peppers
Bhut Jolokia Red
Bhut Jolokia Yellow Peppers
Bolivian Rocoto Red
Brain Strain Yellow Peppers
Carolina Reaper
Datil Peppers
Fatalii Jigsaw
Fatalii Red Peppers
Fatalii Yellow
Habanero Chocolate Peppers
Jay’s Peach Ghost Scorpion
MA Wartyx Peppers
MOA Scotch Bonnet
Trinidad Scorpion (Butch T) Peppers
Trinidad Scorpion Chocolate
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Peppers
Test Crop
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga X Bell Pepper (F4)
7 Pot Burgundy X Prik Ki Nu (F4) Peppers
Carolina Reaper X Bhut Jolokia Red (F4)
Bhutlah Red Peppers
Bhutlah Chocolate
Big Black Mama Peppers
Borg 9
7 Pot Katie Peppers


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