Description: The WHP strains are off pheno or accidental crosses. They are mostly all going to be unstable strains. I make them available for the fun of growing the possible unknown. You may get results like shown in this description or some other new offspring that may become your own line of pepper to chase. This 051 strain is one of 2 similar phenos I got from a Reaper x JPGS x unknown purple cross. This one was gnarly but a bit smoother than the 052, which was quite a bit bumpier. The taste on this one was really hot and not bad at all. The pods start off nearly all purple before ripening to red. The filial generation of these is just F2, so results will likely vary in future grows.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Seeds: Non Isolated / 10+ Per Pack
Type: Non Isolated Seeds
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