Hot Pepper Seeds

I am growing 8 different types of seriously hot peppers for seed production. The plants are grown totally separated from each other. I personally hand pollinate each of my plants with a moist paint brush, and then wash off the brush, each time I pollinate another type of pepper, so you can be sure you are getting exactly what you are supposed to. These seeds are dried, placed in paper packets, and placed in glass jars with an indicating desiccant to keep them from forming mold. The jars are then vacuum sealed, and stored in a cool, dark place to insure that your seeds are as fresh and viable as possible. I will be adding more types of seeds to my list as they become ready, but all of the types listed below are ready now for purchase. Until I get everything on this site put together, if you want to contact me about buying seeds, feel free to e-mail me at

Thanks, Tom Broome



 Bhut Jolokia, from India, commonly called "The Ghost Pepper", was named the world's hottest pepper around 2008, coming in at over 1,000,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). It has an excellent, rich, red pepper flavor. This is still my favorite for taste.

20+ seeds are $10.

  Naga Morich is known as the "ghost pepper" from Bangladesh. It is about half the length as the Bhut Jolokia. Some people say these are hotter than the Bhut Jolokia, but I have not noticed a lot of difference in heat. The taste is not as strong as the Bhut Jolokias, so some people prefer this one because it doesn't hide the taste of the food as much.

20+ seeds are $10.

 Moruga Scorpion peppers, as of 2012, have the highest recorded heat rating in the world at just over 2,000,000 SHUs. Even when these peppers had not recieved this rating, experts who know their peppers had commented that the Morugas were consistantly hotter than the Butch T Scorpions. The taste, to me, is a lot like Habaneros, but obviously MUCH hotter. These have always been my favorite Scorpion pepper.

20+ seeds are $15.
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 Trinidad Butch T. Scorpion peppers are named after the man who originally produced the seeds. In 2011, this pepper was named the new official world's record holder for the hottest pepper, at 1,463,700 SHUs. It tastes a lot like a Habanero to me, but much hotter. To me, the heat doesn't last as long as the Moruga Scorpion. Even though I don't have a picture yet, you can be sure that these are the real thing.

20+ seeds are $15.

  Fataliis may not totally be in the seriously hot pepper category, but I had to include these, because they ARE as hot as a Habanero, but are known for having the best, yellow, citrus taste, than any other hot pepper. The peppers are great for making a sauce with pineapples and lemons, and the pepper powder is great on fish.

20+ seeds are $10


Yellow 7 Pods (also sometimes called Yellow 7 Pots) have become one of the local favorites for fresh pepper eating. They have an excellent yellow, citrus like flavor that tastes great by itself, or in fish and chicken dishes. They are not as hot as the "ghost" and "scorpion" types of peppers, but still carry a strong punch of heat that can be as high as 1,000,000 SHUs.

20+ seeds are $12.