Description: An outstanding and very productive and consistent hot pepper. These are very hot, but I don’t think they would be classified in the superhot scale. They were introduced by Grant Hustler in Australia. I received my seeds for this from Christopher Philips. The pods get 3 to 4 inches long and are relatively slender. They ripen to a very dark brown/chocolate to black at times. Grown in small 3 and 4 gallon containers, these peppers still produced hundreds of pods per plant. The filial generation of these is unknown and therefore must be considered unstable. Your grow results could vary from this description.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Seeds: Non Isolated / 10+ Per Pack
Type: Non Isolated Seeds
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