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Tobago Seasoning Pepper Seeds (Non-Isolated)

Tobago Seasoning Pepper Seeds (Non-Isolated)

Mild Pepper Seeds

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Description:

Wanting to fool people that you’re growing the hottest habaneros? Prank your friends and family by growing the Tobago Seasoning pepper seeds! Also known as the Trinidad Seasoning pepper, these pepper look and taste similar to habanero varieties, but they will definitely surprise you with their mild heat!

The Tobago Seasoning pepper plant will grow to 3 feet tall, producing multi-colored 2" long pods that change colors from green to orange, to finally a striking red color. These pods have a blocky lantern shape with a wrinkly texture.

With a heat level of 500 SHUs, this is even milder than the Jalapeno! You will not be disappointed with their flavor as it is a sweet, almost smoky pepper that tastes fruity tropical. And don’t get us started on their aroma because it is one of the best amazing smells we have smelled in our lives when cooking them! Although these peppers are traditionally used as a jerk sauce in the Caribbean, you can make and cook many things with these pods such as sauces, fresh salsa, soups, stews, salads, and seasoning.

*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. 

Add our Hot Pepper Seeds to your growing list this season! Don't forget to check out our collection of Live Pepper Plants and Pepper Growing Supplies to get your garden off on the right track.

Specifications:

  • Heat Level:
  • Plant Size: 3 ft.
  • Pod Size: 2 in.
  • Days to Harvest: 90 - 99 days
  • Origin: Trinidad & Tobago
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 500

Growing Instructions

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Customer Reviews

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Mike N.N.
Very small and bad flavor

I'm growing these seasoning peppers indoor in a hydroponic setup. The plants took forever to grow. Once grown they filled with flowers. Some have turned into peppers and some are still just flowers
The peppers are small, like the size of a quarter. They taste horrible and have zero heat. I'm going to do an outdoor run with some of these in the spring but my hopes are low. Germination was fairly simple. Started in a plastic bag with a folded paper towel and a heat mat for 2 weeks. Some tropical peppers need the extra time and heat to germinate. I thought with growing in a controlled indoor environment I'd have great results but that hasn't been the case with these.

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