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SKU: Seeds-SepiaReaper-Nyde-10

Sepia Reaper x Pimenta de Neyde Pepper Seeds

Sepia Reaper x Pimenta de Neyde Pepper Seeds

6 total reviews

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This is an exciting new cross between the bold Sepia Reaper hybrid and the Pimento De Neyde pepper! You'll find that these produce some gorgeous and glossy red-hot peppers.

These bushy pepper plants are easy to grow and stand around 2-3 ft. tall. They produce dozens of these smooth little fruits. The colors start out a dark green, then ripen to a blackish-purple, and then to its bright red that stands out amongst the plant's dark foliage.

These peppers have a surprisingly sweet flavor to them, but come with an intense rush of heat! With its appetizing aroma, you'll want to add these peppers to your next chili powder, hot sauce, or even salsa.

Please Note: This new variety is still unstable. Your grow results could vary in terms of shape, size, and color.

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: Estimated 1,000,000+ SHUs
  • Type: Super Hot
  • Flavors: Sweet
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Plant Height: 2-3 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 90-100+ Days

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  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 2-3 ft.
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 1,000,000+

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Brad Walter
Sepia Reaper

I am growing 9 varieties of peppers this year. Planted 03/15/2023. I use a propagation mat with thermostat and a grow light. The Sepia Reaper were the first to germinate only 5 days after planting. 100% germination

Larry Krawczak

Sepia Reaper x Pimenta de Neyde Pepper Seeds

Paul Tillis

Out of the three sepia reaper sees that I planted, all three came up one died immediately but the other two are still seedlings at this point. I do realize super hots are harder to grow than normal peppers so that was the expected. The mystery super hots, the five bonuses that I received out of the five two died after sprouting one is a seedling and two have nots developed roots as of yet for me to plant in soil. But I am still happy with the prospect of the seeds being good