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WHP 006 Chili Pepper Seeds

WHP 006 Chili Pepper Seeds

  • Pod size: 2"
  • Origin: USA
  • Species: Chinense
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Here’s a fun mystery pepper from White Hot Peppers that has been fairly stabilized after just a handful of grow seasons. Although it’s an unknown cross, a few things are certain – the WHP 006 is crazy cool looking and produces extremely heavy yields of insanely hot peppers. One grower reported getting a couple hundred pods off of just 2 plants. They ripen from a mustardy yellow/green color into a brilliant shiny red color and are some of the gnarliest wrinkled pods we’ve seen. Grow this mystery superhot pepper out and see what you think.

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Type: Superhot

Origin: USA

Scoville Heat Units: Unknown

Pod Size: 2 inches

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Seeds


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Raymond Junker
Ghor-pion pepper

I ordered ghor-pion pepper seeds,and kraken seeds from you guys the krakens came out cool,the ghor-pion look like large Orange smooth-skinned habanero they smell like habanero too when you cut them open, they're hot they're good but not as hot as a ghost pepper.don't think by the description that they are ghor-pion.p.s. the bonus super hots turned out to be different types of bell peppers and one odd looking large yellow globe pepper not to hot more like a spicy Bell. I like bell peppers but I probably wouldn't have planted them in with my hot peppers know cross pollination and everything. The krakens did turn out awesome though.