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Komodo Dragon Pepper Seeds (Non-Isolated)

Komodo Dragon Pepper Seeds (Non-Isolated)

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The Komodo Dragon pepper was the hottest commercially grown pepper in the United Kingdom at the time of its release in 2015. While still unofficial, it's safe to say that with the burning heat that this pepper has, it's for sure one of the hottest peppers in the world!

These super hot pepper plants grow up to 3 ft. tall and produce plenty of these small, 2" conical pods that look like Red Devil's Tongue peppers, only smaller and brighter. Actually, these wrinkly pods look more like a combination of the 7 Pot and Ghost pepper - both incredibly fiery pepper pods! Ripening from green to red when it reaches maturity, you'll want to be careful handling these pods as the high capsaicin levels these pepper exude can irritate your skin, eyes, and nose.

The Komodo Dragon's heat is not instant and instead builds and builds. The flavor starts out with a delicious fruitiness but is then followed by the ridiculous fire-breathing heat of the Komodo Dragon! This is a pepper for those who are experienced with super hot peppers, so grab a packet of seeds and start breathing fire into your garden!

*Non-Isolated - Disclaimer: While some of our varieties marked non-isolated were isolated when grown, they are an unstable pepper seed variety that may produce plants with genetic variations, making them less predictable and consistent in terms of traits such as flavor, size, and heat level. While this can lead to unique and exciting variations, it's important to note that these seeds may not reliably reproduce the same characteristics from one generation to the next. Planting non-isolated/unstable pepper seeds can be an adventurous gardening experience, but be prepared for some degree of variability in the resulting pepper plants. We will not be able to offer replacements for variation in traits. 

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  • Heat Level:
  • Plant Size: 3 ft.
  • Pod Size: 2 in.
  • Days to Harvest: 100 - 109 days
  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 1,500,000+

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Edwin F.

I have not had a chance to even plant them as if yet. But I assure you I'm going to be planting some hot pepper seeds from you folks this year.

Getting Started

So, you've received your seeds and are wondering what's next? At Pepper Joe's, we're committed to equipping you with everything you need to succeed in germinating the pepper seeds you've chosen. Our mission is to introduce you to a diverse array of pepper varieties, setting the stage for an exciting and rewarding gardening experience. Let's dive into the essentials together.

  • What You'll Need

    Soil and Tray Method

    Seed Starting Supplies 
  • Plant your Seeds

    1. Pre-saturate your seed starting soil mix. Ensure the seed starting mix is fully saturated prior to planting your seed.
    2. Make a ¼-inch hole in the center of each seed starting cell. A #2 pencil eraser is a great tool for making these holes.
    3. Place your seed and cover gently with soil.
      You can plant up to 4 seeds per cell to help ensure successful germination.
  • 4. Place your heat mat under  your base tray and your humidity dome on top. For best results, set your temperature controller between 75 - 80 degrees.

    5. Place your plant light above the seed starting tray and turn on. Refer to the plant light manufacturers instructions for the optimal distance. Plant light should remain on for 14 to 16 hours per day.

    6. Enjoy watching them grow! See our full instruction page below for more information.

    Starting Peppers from Seed