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BolivianRainbowPepper

Bolivian Rainbow Pepper Seeds

Size

The peppers grow from purple to yellow to orange and then red at maturity, growing to about 1 inch and cone-shaped. The plant will have different stages at different times representing a beautiful array of colored peppers that look like Christmas lights. The Bolivian Rainbow pepper has heat similar Tobasco and cayenne peppers but otherwise tastes similar to a bell pepper only with heat.  

Species: Capsicum Annuum  

Heat Level10,000 to 30,000 Scoville Heat Units  

Type: Hot, Ornamental 

OriginBolivia 

Days to Harvest90 Days  

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Ben
Awesome!

I love these peppers, as fun as the super hots are it’s nice to have a chili that is easy to eat and tastes amazing too. These are spicy similar to a jalapeño and the flavor is about ten times more delicious. They began germinating on day 3 and are one of my favorites and a staple for my garden. Thanks!

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Andrew
So far so good

Soaked for a little longer than usual with a little hydrogen peroxide and they started to germinate on the heating pad around day 7. Pretty fast for peppers. Really good customer service with thoughtful team and impressive selection. They sent tomato and cilantro seeds with my order to make salsa, both of which are sprouting and growing well. Will buy live plants here in spring.

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Nick
Beautiful plant

About 15 years or so ago i got my mom to buy me these seeds and i grew a beautiful plant from them and it produced alot of peppers. Thanks pepper joe

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Angie
Fair ribbon winner!

Planted 8 plants from starts I did at home. I was so overloaded with these little fingernail sized beauties I began drying, freezing, and pickling them as fast as I could pick. In late August we have a very large county fair where home goods and produce are competitively judged. People covet the ribbons won. As a last minute thought on an entry I took a jar of the dried Bolivian Rainbows in. They took a 1st place standing. I was asked how o used them, the judges had so many requests for them! Uses.. finely chopped in water, pastas, meats, over veggies.. even in a chocolate cake. Love these little guys!

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Amanda
Confused

I just received my seeds in the mail today and everthing arrived plus free seeds, thanks for that. I'm only putting 3 stars because the packaging is off?... or is it the web site?? This page states this is a mild pepper heat grade 2.0 The pack of seeds i received states the heat grade as 9.5 extreme.... huge difference, so which is it?? Either package or web site are incorrect. Please clarify!

We just looked at the label and in-fact that label is off. This pepper is definitely not on the extreme an extreme heat scale. Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews Write a review

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
57%
(4)
0%
(0)
29%
(2)
0%
(0)
14%
(1)
B
Ben
Awesome!

I love these peppers, as fun as the super hots are it’s nice to have a chili that is easy to eat and tastes amazing too. These are spicy similar to a jalapeño and the flavor is about ten times more delicious. They began germinating on day 3 and are one of my favorites and a staple for my garden. Thanks!

A
Andrew
So far so good

Soaked for a little longer than usual with a little hydrogen peroxide and they started to germinate on the heating pad around day 7. Pretty fast for peppers. Really good customer service with thoughtful team and impressive selection. They sent tomato and cilantro seeds with my order to make salsa, both of which are sprouting and growing well. Will buy live plants here in spring.

N
Nick
Beautiful plant

About 15 years or so ago i got my mom to buy me these seeds and i grew a beautiful plant from them and it produced alot of peppers. Thanks pepper joe

A
Angie
Fair ribbon winner!

Planted 8 plants from starts I did at home. I was so overloaded with these little fingernail sized beauties I began drying, freezing, and pickling them as fast as I could pick. In late August we have a very large county fair where home goods and produce are competitively judged. People covet the ribbons won. As a last minute thought on an entry I took a jar of the dried Bolivian Rainbows in. They took a 1st place standing. I was asked how o used them, the judges had so many requests for them! Uses.. finely chopped in water, pastas, meats, over veggies.. even in a chocolate cake. Love these little guys!

A
Amanda
Confused

I just received my seeds in the mail today and everthing arrived plus free seeds, thanks for that. I'm only putting 3 stars because the packaging is off?... or is it the web site?? This page states this is a mild pepper heat grade 2.0 The pack of seeds i received states the heat grade as 9.5 extreme.... huge difference, so which is it?? Either package or web site are incorrect. Please clarify!

We just looked at the label and in-fact that label is off. This pepper is definitely not on the extreme an extreme heat scale. Thank you for bringing this to our attention!