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Yellow Moruga Pepper Seeds

Yellow Moruga Pepper Seeds

Grows great indoors or in hot, humid climates.

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Our Yellow Moruga Scorpion has all of the heat of its big brother, the Red Moruga Trinidad Scorpion, but this beautiful pepper has a slightly sweeter, fruity flavor (almost identical to the Yellow 7 Pot). Also known as the Moruga Scorpion Yellow or Yellow Moruga Scorpion pepper, the Yellow Moruga pepper is a bright, gorgeous yellow color that looks like the sun, and is not only tasty but will light up any garden! The Yellow Moruga pepper plant is very productive and will grow up to 4 feet tall. Cut off a slice of the Yellow Moruga chili for your next pot of chili, and feel a nice burn on your mouth and tongue.  

Species: Capsicum Chinense
Heat Level: 2,000,000 SHUs  
Type: Super Hot
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Days to Harvest: 90+ Day

Looking For other Moruga Varieties? Check out the Chocolate Moruga Pepper Seeds and The Moruga Trinidad Scorpion!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
William Gonzalez

Yellow Moruga Seeds

Marc Ruiz

Yellow Moruga Seeds

Donna Soraparu
Planting in the Early Spring

Can’t wait to plant these seeds!!

Ross Mahne
Didn’t germinate :-(

Unfortunately I can’t give a really good review. I planted all the seed and none of them germinated; 0% success rate. Same thing for my Tobago peppers, none of them germinated. Very disappointed.

Hello, hot peppers can be tricky to germinate. Here is the process we follow and see 95% success rate across the board. Keep in mind they can take up to 6 weeks to germinate. Let us know what other questions you may have, we are happy to help!

22 seeds, Not one popped up.

The first batch was given 6 weeks+ to germinate. Worked with a PJ staff member after I wasn't seeing signs of growth, although other seeds were popping up. Upped the temp a few degrees and still nothing. PJ was nice enough to send me a second batch. Unfortunately, those did not grow either. Every other type of seed I received grew (80% successful) so I'm just thinking these were a bad batch of seeds.