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Wartryx Pepper Seeds

Wartryx Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 3 ft. Pod size: 1.5" Origin: USA Species: Chinense SHU: 1,200,000+
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A wicked hot cross between a Trinidad Scorpion, a 7 Pot Jonah, and another mysterious pepper created by Matthew Arthur. (We are thinking Scotch Bonnet) This is one gnarly looking pod with extreme variations. The scent is somewhat citrusy and floral, similar to a Scotch Bonnet. The taste is bitter and seems to be used in dishes, pepper powder, and hot sauces purely for its heat. 

It has a Scotch Bonnet or mushroom shape with a rough, wrinkly, bumpy skin. The pods are as big as a golf ball, are thin-walled, and tender. The Wartryx chili will ripen from green to a red color. Be careful with this chili because they have a sharp and extreme burn that will stay on your tongue for a long time.

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 1,200,000+ SHUs (Extreme immediate heat)

Type: Super-Hot

Origin: USA

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Lisa Drake

???. It's too early to plant anything. It will freeze to death now. I have to wait for planting season.

Good germination

Only started the seeds 4 weeks ago. Plant looks very healthy so far.

Great plants!

I grew these from seed two years ago in St. Augustine. I got 100% germination. The plants were super prolific the first year, and they survived the winter, producing as late as November. They started setting fruit as soon as it warmed up, and I’ve already harvested a ridiculous number of peppers this year. These plants have outperformed everything in my garden!

Matthew Arthur

Thankyou so much for adding one of my peppers to your colllection grown with pride an excellent producer an excellent pepper has a unique flavor Thankyou for sharing with all