you get 20 seeds to a pack
At 1.2million Scoville units — the measurement used to record chilli pepper heat — the Trinidad Scorpion dwarves the mouth-scalding power of its predecessors.
Individual Trinidad Scorpions have been measured at two million Scovilles.
Aside from the heat, the Trinidad moruga scorpion has a tender fruit-like flavor, which makes it a sweet-hot combination.
The pepper can be grown from seeds in most parts of the world. In North America, the growing season varies regionally from the last spring hard frost to the first fall hard frost. Freezing weather ends the growing season and kills the plant, but otherwise they are perennials which grow all year, slowing in colder weather.
Chilli seeds can take up to 30 days to germinate and prefer hot weather and full sun.
this is a scorching chili. Eating it raw is not ever advised, and touching it with bare hands can actually cause severe burns.