( Bhut jolokia also known as bih jolokia, u-morok, ghost pepper, red naga, Naga Jolokia, and ghost chili )
you get 20 seeds to a pack
1 million SHU on average
Ripe peppers measure 60 to 85 mm (2.4 to 3.3 in) long and 25 to 30 mm (1.0 to 1.2 in) wide with a red, yellow, orange, or chocolate color.
The unselected strain of bhut jolokia from India is an extremely variable plant, with a wide range in fruit sizes and fruit production per plant, and offers a huge potential for developing much better
strains through selection in the future. Bhut jolokia pods are unique among peppers, with their characteristic shape, and very thin skin. However, the red fruit variety has two different fruit types, the rough, dented fruit and the smooth fruit.
The rough fruit plants are taller, with more fragile branches, and the smooth fruit plants yields more fruit, and is a more compact plant with sturdier branches
Flavour: Sweet Bhut flavour except the bitterness.
Overall a spectacular chilli, that grows really well and looks stunning with the White pods. Tastes amazing and the heat is excellent. It is one of the many colours of Bhut Jolokia the former record holder
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.