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Primotalii Red Pepper Seeds

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Also spelled Primotailii, this is absolutely one of the hottest peppers to ever exist! The Primotalii pepper feels just as hot as the Carolina Reapers and Scorpions, but we’re not sure of the heat level. There’s one thing that’s for certain, this super-hot pepper is a scorcher! This chili is a cross between the 7 Pot Primo and Fatalii that was cross-bred by Chris Saunders in 2012. If you need to identify the differences of this hot pepper when comparing to other hot peppers, its unique characteristic is their very long, skinny tails.   

The 3-foot Primotalii pepper plant produces medium yields of large peppers with skins that look like they are boiling. It almost symbolizes the massive heat they carries…yikes. The peppers ripen from green to bright red, and their flavors are fruity, citrusy, sweet with floral tones. Some say it may also taste earthy, but you let us know how they taste! Try making hot sauces with these hot peppers, or as a marinade for a variety of meat.

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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I put all 10 seeds in a covered tray in good seed starting soil, then placed it outside on the back porch where temperatures are warm, but no direct sunlight hit the tray. No heat mat, no grow lights, just mother nature's warmth. It's been 8 weeks but the final 2 seeds broke through this weekend. Four of the seedlings have 3 sets of true leaves. Transplant time around the corner.These seedlings will stay on the porch and when temps get too low, inside they come and under the grow lights to mature. I'm hoping to have some peppers when winter rolls around. Good seeds, recommended.

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Carl
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I put all 10 seeds in a covered tray in good seed starting soil, then placed it outside on the back porch where temperatures are warm, but no direct sunlight hit the tray. No heat mat, no grow lights, just mother nature's warmth. It's been 8 weeks but the final 2 seeds broke through this weekend. Four of the seedlings have 3 sets of true leaves. Transplant time around the corner.These seedlings will stay on the porch and when temps get too low, inside they come and under the grow lights to mature. I'm hoping to have some peppers when winter rolls around. Good seeds, recommended.