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Trinidad Scorpion Pepper Seeds

Trinidad Scorpion Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 3 ft. Pod size: 2" Origin: Trinidad & Tobago Species: Chinense SHU: 1,200,000-2,009,000
Regular price $ 5.99
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43 total reviews



The Trinidad Scorpion Pepper is kinfolk to the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion but without the Scorpion tail. Without the tail, this creates more pepper flesh to enjoy the volcanic heat, which stings like a scorpion. The Scorpion Chilli grew very well for us in all test gardens, so you will enjoy growing this in your garden. The Trinidad Scorpion hot pepper grows well in Texas, Arizona, Florida, and all hot areas.  

The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is one of the world’s hottest peppers, and the Scorpion peppers are not to be messed with! If you enjoy growing superhot peppers and don’t mind the heat, then the Trinidad Scorpion chili is perfect for you!

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 1,200,000 – 2,009,000 SHUs  

Type: SuperHot

Origin: USA 

Days to Harvest: 80+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 43 reviews
Ralph Prater
One of the best

Some of the best out there. Never have a problem with them germinating, they grow well and grows plenty. Not too hot but that's relative.

Wyatt Nichols

There perfect!

Byron Richards

i ordered these seeds and they came in a timely manner.I have no problems.

Wyatt Nichols
Hot peppers

Just germinated all my seeds! Plus the free seeds that came with! Thank you!

Willard Delp

I started the seeds in good store bought soil and moved them into bigger flower pots. Most seeds are now 1 inch plants