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Neyde Black Ghost (Bhut Jolokia) Pepper Seeds

Neyde Black Ghost (Bhut Jolokia) Pepper Seeds

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This is a unique cross between the Red Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Chile) and Pimenta De Neyde pepper. The Neyde Black Ghost pepper has not yet been stabilized, which means there are still several seed variations.

Try growing these rare pepper plants in your garden and they will grow up to 4 ft. tall. As the pods develop, you'll notice the colors vary slightly, but you can expect to see dark purples and reds, and even some black tones. Peppers will grow up to 3-1/2" long and have a smooth and shiny texture with some irregularity in shape.

You'll love the amazingly sweet, fruity, and earthy flavors that come with the Neyde Black Ghost pepper. This is a low-grade super hot pepper variety, so expect to have some face-dripping heat come with them. These peppers are best used dried, but you can also add these to really spice up some hot sauce and salsa.

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: 600,000-800,000 SHUs
  • Type: Super Hot
  • Flavor: Sweet, Fruity, Earthy
  • Origin: Italy
  • Pod Size: 3.5"
  • Plant Height: 4 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 100+ Days

Try growing our other Ghost Pepper Seeds in your garden! We also carry Ghost Pepper Snacks & Spices to add to your cooking!


  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 4 ft.
  • Pod size: 3.5"
  • Origin: Italy
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 600,000-800,000

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Customer Reviews

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Interesting plants

I bought these seeds out of curiosity, having never seen a black pepper. 6/10 seeds sprouted readily and grew in a tent until spring rolled around. Plants are hardy and do well even in a hot summer. Each plant produced heavily. Pods start green, then turn a very dark purple/black color. Cool. Leave the pods alone and they change to red. Peppers are hot but not 600k to 800k Scoville. I ate these raw and while they're hot enough they're nowhere near a ghost pepper, or even a good habanero. They have a floral, slight sweet flavor. I threw a handful in homemade salsa and they gave it nice heat that even gringos can eat. Very nice pepper, worth the time and effort to grow.