If you like to feel the burn, there are so many hot pepper-infused creations that will leave you breathing fire. Now you can grow your hot pepper creations to burn your day away anytime!
Hot Peppers Bring the Heat
There is no doubt that hot peppers bring the heat with the power-packed chemical compound capsaicin. Capsaicin has been used in everything from bear spray to pain relievers for arthritis and other ailments. Hot peppers also bring bold flavors. A pepper’s range in heat uses the Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) scale. For perspective, a sweet bell pepper has 0 SHUs, and a jalapeno is somewhere between 2500 to 8000 SHUs. But hold on! What about the world’s hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper? It has a mind-boggling 2.2 million SHUs.
Order Your Pepper Plants Today
If you want to grow your own fire breath-inducing hot peppers, all you need to do is browse and shop for the available line of fiery peppers today. There are many options, ranging from mild to extreme levels that will make you weep. Here are just some of these options that you can choose from today.
- Chocolate Habanero Peppers
If you are looking for smooth flavors with a smoky punch, then this is the pepper for you. You can use these peppers in salsas, stews, sauces, and dishes of all flavor profiles. Plus, habanero peppers bring the heart with double the spice of your average jalapeno and are known for their rich, chocolatey color as they ripen.
- Ghost Peppers
Originally from northeast India, ghost peppers earn a rating of over one million SHUs – four to eight times spicier than a habanero. Ghost peppers pack a kick that will leave your mouth watering for sure!
- Trinidad Scorpion Peppers
Scorpion peppers can reach 1.4 million SHUs and are a popular choice for hot sauce that leaves your mouth on fire. Native to Trinidad and Tobago, these Caribbean peppers sure know how to entertain a captive audience.
- Carolina Reaper Peppers
Welcome the 2013 Guinness Book of World Records’ hottest pepper world record breaker, the Carolina Reaper – ranking in at a shocking 2.2 million SHUs. While the Carolina Reaper has a sweet flavor at first, you have been warned: the heat is insane! We recommend wearing gloves and face coverings while handling these hot peppers, which should give you an idea of just how spicy they are.
Once you have ordered your new pepper plants, keep in mind these basic growing tips. Pepper plants need warm sun and heat with slightly moist soil. Never overwater your plants. Low-nitrogen fertilizer is best. Transplant plants to warm soil as they outgrow cans. Usually, they will be ready to harvest 8-10 weeks after planting.
Start Growing Mean Peppers Today
If you want to grow your own spicy-hot and mean peppers, the process is simple when you have the right resources and the best hot pepper seed packs.