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Bane Strain Peach Pepper Seeds

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This is a cross created by Kevin Bane and is a cross of the Peach Ghost X, White Ghost and Butch T. The name Bane Strain is wordplay from the Brain Strain pepper, so make sure you are looking at the correct pepper! The Bane Strain Peach pepper will deliver a ton of sweetness and major heat that will slowly build up in the back of your throat. It will ripen to a pale peach color and has a fruity, citrusy aroma with a great aftertaste. The pepper plant will grow around 3-4 feet tall and will produce slightly bumpy, rigid pepper pods with possible stingers. Wear gloves when you cut this peach pepper because you will notice solid placenta and massive capsaicin oil. This is great to make pepper jellies and hot sauces!

Species: Capsicum Chinense  

Heat Level: Unknown

Type: Hot

Origin: Unknown

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

If you’re looking for the Brain Strain seed varieties, check out our Scotch Brain Strain Yellow Seeds and Scotch Brain Strain Orange Seeds. Check out our Super-Hot seed varieties to get your taste buds going.

Looking to add other peach-colored pepper seed varieties to your garden?  Check out the Peach Carolina Reaper Seeds, Peach Habanero Seeds, Jay’s Peach Ghost Scorpion Seeds, Peach Ghost Seeds, and Burning Bush F1 Seeds. We also sell some live hot pepper plants in peach color!  Look into our Peach Reaper Plants and Peach Ghost Plants.

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stephanie davenport

These seeds were delivered very fast! I'm excited to grow them next spring.

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William Shepherd

Got them super fast. Can't wait to grow these

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stephanie davenport

These seeds were delivered very fast! I'm excited to grow them next spring.