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Hurt Berry Red Pepper Seeds

Hurt Berry Red Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 3 ft. Pod size: 1" Origin: United Kingdom Species: Chinense
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Description:

Please note: this strain is still unstable. your grow results could vary from this description.

This mean-looking pepper was crossbred by Graham Lee Warburton, which originally started out as a Reaper X Jigsaw pepper. Later, a Moruga Scorpion UV was crossed into this, and that is how the Hurt Berry Red Pepper came to life!

These bumpy, spiky, mushroom-shaped pepper pods mature from green to dark red.  If you can get past the heat, you can taste delicious fruity, flavor tones. The pepper plant will grow 3 feet tall and produces pods to about an inch in diameter. These would be great for making powder, hot sauces, salsas, and unique appetizers! Just be careful because you could get HURT from this unique pepper. 

Fun Fact: We’ve noticed that this strain can produce faster than most superhot peppers, so this is perfect for anyone looking for faster results from a superhot pepper!

Species: Capsicum Chinense 

Heat Level: Unknown

Type: Super-hot

Origin: England

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

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Anthony S
Hurt Berry Seeds

I chose to purchase some Hurt Berry seeds to try something new. Speedy shipping from Pepper Joe's as usual. They took 75 days to germinate, but now are growing! Can't wait to enjoy a new pod! Thanks!

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B.
Love these

May have been the ph of my soil, these grew to look liker smaller King Naga's. Extremely aromatic, fruity and flavorful, made a great salsa on the first test run.

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mike
Bad breeding

These pepper plants have more pheno types than weed. They’re beautiful plants from short to tall but peppers range from elongated bell shaped to giant scotch bonnets. Don’t know heat profiles yet because it’s only July. Not one out of 6 resembling reapers or scorpions. Unstable breeding obviously

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Gary Matsuda

good service..would like to get more stickers

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mike
Nice plants

Near 100% germination and nice little plants. As with most super hots it’s a slow grower up here in Minnesota. I wish they were fruiting but they’re only 4” tall, going into beds next week