Ghor-Pion Pepper Seeds
Ghor-Pion Pepper Seeds
The gnarly, exciting Ghor-Pion Pepper is a cross-breeding masterpiece between the Ghost Pepper and the Butch "T" Trinidad Scorpion peppers. Developed near Eastern Pennsylvania, this novel chile has retained all of the best characteristics...flavor, heat, and robust growth habits.
These pepper plants will grow up to 3 ft. tall and produce nice yields. We estimate it to be an F6 to an F7...which should give you a 96.8% to 98.5% chance of growing true. But as we know with modern-day super hots, there may be pod variation. This may be the coolest hot pepper to come along in a long time as its color matures from a beautiful peach to a lighter reddish-pink, and its crazy, bumpy skin is so cool to look at.
You'll enjoy the fruity and citrusy flavors that are on display with the Ghor-pion Pepper. Its heat is similar to a Ghost, with levels between 850,000-1,000,000 SHUs+. Try harvesting these peppers (carefully!) and using them in your next homemade salsa. You could also dry these into a nice, fruity chili powder to go with any of your cooked meals!
- Species: Capsicum Chinense
- Heat Level: 850,000-1,000,000+ SHUs
- Type: Super Hot
- Flavor: Fruity, Citrusy
- Origin: Unknown
- Pod Size: 2-3"
- Plant Height: 2-3 ft.
- Days to Harvest: 100+ Days
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I have not had the time to do much gardening for several years due to my work hours but now…. Well I’ve quit!! This will be my first time growing super hot peppers. I looked a lot of websites to order and this one caught my eye. I ordered 8 kinds - only the ten packs to start with for me! The Ghor-pion seed pack did have an issue, as when I opened it it only had two seeds in it amongst a few small pepper flakes. This was an initial disappointment, but I’d read a lot of great reviews and felt confident I could send a simple email and get a replacement. Which was true. I emailed customer service at 8:30pm and by 8:11am I already had an email there was a replacement ordered for me and a personal response email was also sent. Less than 12 hours! Best part yet, I realized I could get a sneak taste test with those little pepper flakes and boy was that spicy but so flavorful!! I had no other issues with any other variety and all seeds looked healthy, even in the park that got shorted. I also got a five pack of mystery seeds. I have absolutely no idea what any of them are but can tell they’re all different. Was only planning on 8 plants in grow bags on my patio but now I guess it’ll have to be 13 for curiosity’s sake… picture included is my set up for germination.
Once I got a heat mat, I began having 100% growth rate. They're growing beautifully and cant wait for them to harvest!
Last year was great. The gift ghorp's were so awsome were getting three packs... and purple ghorp's, two aji cultivars, and a hedge of ornamentals to surround the front yard garden. Thanks Joe
My husband and I ordered our Scorpion seeds and aji Amarillo seeds last spring and we also got a free pack of these little suckers. WOW!! These are now our new favorite. We will be planting a lot more of these this summer. Thanks for the free seeds and a new favorite. We will be sure and order plenty of them this year.
I received these as a free gift and had room so gave them a go. All I can say is WOW!! I planted 2 seeds n they both made it. The plants are 30” tall and just as wide. They are heavy with fruit to the point I’ve had to steak individual stems to keep the fruit off the ground. I’ve been making some fermented hot sauces with them and the heat and flavor do not disappoint. I will definitely be putting these in the garden again next spring! Thanks Pepper Joe’s!!