Buy online the world's hottest pepper the Carolina Reaper.
Buy online the Carolina Reaper pepper the hottest peppers in the world declared by the Guinness World Records Hottest Chili in 2003 as listed in Wickipedia . This extremely super hot Reaper pepper with a world's hottest pepper record rates at an average of 1,569,300 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). The Carolina Reaper is similar
in looks to the Trinidad 7 Pot Primo. These chili plants grow slow in
the beginning like Nagas but are very productive later in the season. The Carolina Reaper pepper has a nice fruity flavor similar to other super hot pepper such as the 7 Pot. The Carolina Reaper plant can grow to a height over 4
Growing The Extremely Hot Carolina Reaper Pepper Plant.
Carolina Reaper plant can be grown both in a container or in the ground. Many
growers of this extremely super-hot pepper like best growing it in a container
of least 5 gallons or more. One of the advantages to growing in a container is
that the Carolina Reaper plant grows slow and takes quite some time to produce
peppers. So, with this slow producing pepper plant if you live in a area with a
short growing season the plants can be more easily protected from frost or cold
weather. Even though the Carolina Reaper is slow to produce when it does it is
a fairly heavy producer. The Carolina Reaper plant will produce between 20 to
fully grown and sometime up to 45 or more.
Reaper grow best in full sun and with day temperatures at least 70 F and night
temperatures of no lower than 50 F. Always remember when shopping and buying
online pepper plants like the Carolina Reaper from Piedmont Farm Garden. Open
box upon arrival, unwrap plants and accumulate plant for a few days. In some
cases, it may be a long journey form South Carolina in a dark box so
acclimating your Reaper plants will help them get a healthy start. Carolina
Reapers grow best in soils with a pH around 6.5.
Pepper plants grow best in a soil that is heavy in organic matter. If you are
fortunate enough to live within driving distance of Piedmont Farm and Garden,
located in Spartanburg South Carolina we sell bulk mushroom compost direct from
Pennsylvania’s Amish country. This compost is made up of a rich, dark, and
moist mixture of wheat straw, peat moss, cottonseed meal, cottonseed hulls,
corncobs, cocoa bean shells, gypsum, lime, chicken litter and horse stable
bedding. If similar product is not available, most reputable garden centers
(not box stores) should carry peat moss, cow/poultry manure, vermiculite,
perlite, mushroom compost, or pine bark mulch.