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KingNaga

King Naga Pepper Seeds

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Meet the King Naga pepper, the largest of the Naga variety of peppers. Hailing from Northeast India and Bangladesh, Naga refers to a group of serpent deities. This pepper has similar heat and flavor to the Naga Morich but is a much heavier pepper. A heavy producer, the King Naga chili ranges from 700,000-800,000 on the Scoville scale and is a BIG pepper.  You will enjoy a sweet, slightly fruity, almost floral flavor. Grow the King Naga and get the most bang for your buck.

Species:Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 700,000-800.000 SHUs 

Type: Hot

Origin: Bangladesh 

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds  

Looking for live plants instead?  BUY KING NAGA PEPPER PLANTS HERE! 

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Strong growers, but nothing like the pictures!

I grew 14 plants of this variety and so far, all the plants are strong plants, that require nothing less than 5 gallon pots minimum.
These plants appreciate the root space, so give them bigger pots and they will love you for it.

These plants are very prolific and are loaded with fruits and flowers.

NOTE:
The King Naga is a crossed pepper, it has black pepper origins too, so it is not a stable variety at all.
I have fruits on all 14 plants and the fruit from each is different than the other. None of them is red and looks like the descriptive images, so keep that in mind if you decide to grow this one.
So far, I have pods that look like habaneros, some like scotch bonnets, some like bhut jolokias, but none of them have that bumpy skin and none are red so far.
I have some black throwback and some chocolate pods so far.

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Strong growers, but nothing like the pictures!

I grew 14 plants of this variety and so far, all the plants are strong plants, that require nothing less than 5 gallon pots minimum.
These plants appreciate the root space, so give them bigger pots and they will love you for it.

These plants are very prolific and are loaded with fruits and flowers.

NOTE:
The King Naga is a crossed pepper, it has black pepper origins too, so it is not a stable variety at all.
I have fruits on all 14 plants and the fruit from each is different than the other. None of them is red and looks like the descriptive images, so keep that in mind if you decide to grow this one.
So far, I have pods that look like habaneros, some like scotch bonnets, some like bhut jolokias, but none of them have that bumpy skin and none are red so far.
I have some black throwback and some chocolate pods so far.