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Red Scotch Bonnet Hot Pepper Seeds

Red Scotch Bonnet Hot Pepper Seeds

35 total reviews

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The Red Scotch Bonnet is one of the most recognizable hot peppers in the world. With different colored variants (think Yellow and Orange Scotch Bonnets), this variety provides great flavor with heat that feels a lot worse than what it actually is!

These hot pepper plants can reach as high as 4 ft. and produce wonderful bounties of these short, inch-and-a-half-long pepper pods. This fiery pepper will ripen from green to bright red and form into a wrinkly, globular bonnet shape. Expect these pods to mature later than usual within these short, bushy plants.

With fruity and smoky flavors, the Red Scotch Bonnet Pepper sounds delightful! But don't let the flavor fool you - this pepper has pretty substantial heat that has a sharp burn, scorching the tip of your tongue all the way down to the back of your throat! Handle these Caribbean scorchers with care!

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: 100,000–350,000 SHUs
  • Type: Hot
  • Flavor: Fruity, Smoky
  • Origin: Jamaica
  • Pod Size: 1.5"
  • Plant Height: 4 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Get more of our Hot Pepper Seeds including popular varieties like our Scotch Bonnet Seeds and Habanero Pepper Seeds!



  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 4 ft.
  • Pod size: 1.5"
  • Origin: Jamaica
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 100,000-350,000

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Customer Reviews

Based on 35 reviews
Patrick Clancy

Germinated well, and now I have a nice crop.

Jerry Coston
Pepper growth

The Scotch Bonnets are growing great. The free Thais that came with the order took a hit when our greenhouse circulation fan shut down. I managed to save 2 of them. I will be ordering more seeds this winter

Michael Davis

Have not received them yet