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Naga Viper Pepper Seeds

Naga Viper Pepper Seeds

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The Naga Viper chili has an interesting background. It was created in Cumbria, a small county in England and is a 3-way cross of the Naga Morich, Bhut Jolokia, and Trinidad Scorpion. Some say the 7 Pot pepper was also involved in creating this. Even though this pepper appeared in the Guinness Book of Worlds Records as one of the hottest peppers, it was discovered that it was not grown out 8 full generations to make it a completely stable variety. Any way you look at, it when you grow it, you’ll have HOT peppers. 

The pepper ripens from green, orange, to a bright engine red color, and forms into a saucer shape with a stinger. The Naga Viper pepper plant will produce 3.5 inches long peppers with medium thin flesh.

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 1,382,000 SHUs  

Type: Superhot

Origin: Cumbria, England

Days to Harvest: 100+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Love the Naga peppers? Check out the Black Naga Brain, Black Naga, Naga Viper, Red Naga Brain, Dorset Naga Orange, King Naga, and Naga Bubblegum 7 Pot Red.

Love scorching super-hot peppers? Check out the super-hot peppers we carry, as well as exotic and novelty peppers.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Timothy Catfish wilde
got em

received my seeds fast,,cant wait to plant them,,,looking like a HOT season

Victor Castro
Look great seeds

I hope work great nex years

Jaime Medina
Very hot and good

I was in.for.making hot pickles and hot and.spicy I.brought the vipers very.good.and hot the pickles.turned out great I did recommend to.a.friend who owns .bbq business and he brought very pleased

Naga and others

A little less than half of the seeds did not germinate. I ordered these along with Thai F1 and reaper scorps and reapers. The Thai seeds germinated well, the rest were little les than the nagas. The reaper scorpions only about three germinated and they are growing slowly.

Pam Diener
I haven't gotten any peppers yet so...

I'm on my 3rd attempt at sprouting seeds. I tried sprouting them outdoors as I usually do, but maybe it's too hot (July). I'm trying inside now for some Fall planting. I'll leave a more complete review when I get some peppers.