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   Heat Level

sweet

mild

medium

hot

very hot

extremely hot

super hot

   Pod Type

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Andean Aji

Banana/Long Wax

Bell

Bell Elongated

Blocky

Cayenne

Cheese/Tomato-Shaped

Cherry

Chiltepin/Tepin

Cluster

Cubanelle/Italian Frying

Habanero

Habanero Elongated

Heart-Shaped

Jalapeno

Pasilla

Peperoncini

Pequin/Piquin

Serrano

Short Wax

Squash

Tabasco

   Uses

Canning/Processing

Chipotles

Chutneys

Crafts

Desserts

Drying

Fresh Salsas

Fried/Stir-Fried

Hungarian Cuisine

Indian Cuisine

Italian Cuisine

Japanese Cuisine

Large Stuffing

Mexican Cuisine

Mole

Oriental Cuisine

Ornamental

Paprika

Pickling

Pimento

Powder

Preserves

Prolific

Roasting

Seasoning Pepper

Small Stuffing

Unusually Shaped Fruit

   Color

black

brown

cream

golden

green

orange

pink

purple

red

white

yellow

   Flesh

thin flesh

medium thin flesh

medium thick flesh

thick flesh

very thick flesh

   Length

< 0.5 inches

0.5 to 1 inches

1 to 2 inches

2 to 3 inches

3 to 4 inches

4 to 5 inches

> 5 inches

   Width

0.25 to 0.5 inch

0.5 to 1 inch

1 to 2 inches

2 to 3 inches

> 3 inches

   Orientation

upright pods

pendant pods

upright pods become pendant

   Foliage

green leaves

dark green leaves

light green leaves

purplish green leaves

purple leaves

green & white leaves

purple & white leaves

purple & green leaves

green, purple & white leaves

hairy leaves

   Height

< 6 inches

6 to 12 inches

12 to 18 inches

18 to 24 inches

24 to 30 inches

30 to 36 inches

36 to 42 inches

42 to 48 inches

> 48 inches

   Season

Early Season (60-70 days)

Mid Season (70-80 days)

Late Season (80-90 days)

Very Late Season (90+ days)

Extremely Late Season (120+ days)

   Location

Afghanistan

Africa

African-American

Andes

Asia

Australia

Bahamas

Bangladesh

Barbados

Belgium

Bermuda

Bhutan

Bolivia

Brazil

Bulgaria

Cambodia

Caribbean

Cayman Islands

Central African Republic

Chile

China

Costa Rica

Cuba

Czechoslovakia

Dominica

E. Europe

Ecuador

Ethiopia

European Moldovan region

France

Germany

Great Britain

Greece

Grenada

Guadelupe

Guam

Guatemala

Guyana

Haiti

Himalayan Mountains

Honduras

Hungary

India

Indonesia

Iraq

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Korea

Kosovo

Laos

Lebanon

Macedonia

Malaysia

Mexico

Moldova

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Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Republic Of Georgia

Romania

Russia

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S. America

Siberia

Spain

St Vincent BWI

St. Barts

St. Lucia

St.Vincent BWI

Syria

Taiwan

Thailand

Tobago

Trinidad

Turkey

Ukraine

Unguja

USA

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USA- Arkansas

USA- California

USA- Florida

USA- Georgia

USA- Hawaii

USA- Indiana

USA- Iowa

USA- Louisiana

USA- Mississippi

USA- N.Carolina

USA- Nebraska

USA- New Jersey

USA- New Mexico

USA- Ohio

USA- Pennsylvania

USA- Puerto Rico

USA- S.Carolina

USA- Tennessee

USA- Texas

USA- Virginia

USA- West Virginia

USA, New York

USA, Texas

USDA Seed Bank

Venezuela

Vietnam

West Africa

Yucatan

Yugoslavia

Zanzibar

   Species

C.annuum

C.annuum var. glabriusculum

C.baccatum

C.chinense

C.exile

C.frutescens

C.pubescens

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Available Only at the Nursery

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We offer Moruga Scorpion for sale as Pepper Plants, Pepper Seeds and Fresh Peppers.

The Moruga Scorpion is another of the super hot peppers and was named in 2012 the “hottest pepper on the planet” by New Mexico State University, with an average heat level over 1.2 Million Scovilles. It joins an ever-expanding list of super hot peppers with heat levels near or over 1 Million Scoville Units. Now there are yellow and brown versions too.

We offer the Moruga Scorpion in 3 forms:

Please have common sense when using super hot peppers, especially around children and others who are not familar with or suited for their extreme spiciness. Dairy products like milk, yogurt or ice cream, and starches like banana, bread or crackers, will help calm the burn.

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