Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds

(60)

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) was once the hottest chili in the world. With a rating of around 1 million Scoville heat units, you've got to be pretty tough to handle them. But we think you can do it. Get some today!

€ 2,99
€ 1,79 tax incl.
In stock

- +
 
Prices exclude shipping, as rates vary by country. Find your shipping costs here.
Discreet Shipping
Discreet
Shipping
Fast Delivery
Fast
Delivery
Secure Payment
Secure
Payment
Track & Trace
Track
&
Trace
  • More info
  • Reviews (60)
  • Questions (0)
  • Video (0)
More info

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds: Weapons Grade Heat!

Formerly the hottest chili in the world, Bhut Jolokia peppers can still get hot as hell! Reaching up to just over 1 million SHU on the Scoville scale, they’re enough to blow your head off. In fact, the Indian army uses them to make chili grenades, which should make you pause before eating one!

Their life cycle is on the slightly longer side, taking around 135 days to reach harvest. But for lovers of heat, the wait is well worth it. Once they’re fully grown, the plant should be around 75cm tall, and the chilies themselves will be red and wrinkled, looking a bit like shrivelled hearts.

How To Grow Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Chilies

  • Step 1: Germination

To germinate, simply bury your seeds around 1cm deep into their final pots. The pot size will determine how long the overall grow cycle takes, so bear this in mind. A bigger pot means longer growth, but also higher yields.

Keep the soil moist, and cover the pot with cling film to maintain high humidity. Poke a few holes in it to allow for air exchange. Make sure you don’t get them too wet, though, as this can kill them.

Place them in a warm space; between 25 and 30°C is the optimal range.

Hotter chilies tend to take longer to germinate, so you’ll have to exercise patience with the Ghost Pepper. In fact, it can take as long as 6 weeks to sprout, but often much less.

  • Step 2: Patience

Now it’s just about caring for them until the chilies are ready to pluck. Remove the cling film once the seedling appears and keep it in a warm place with lots of light exposure. Water as you would any other house plant.

To feed them, use a tomato fertiliser. A little foliar spray of extra calcium will keep the dreaded blossom-end rot away.

How and When To Harvest Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Chilies

You’ll know it’s time to harvest your Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Chilies when they are about 5cm long and red. They should also take on a slightly shrivelled appearance. Once they’ve initially turned red, it’s best practice to leave them a couple more days to make sure they’re completely ripe.

To harvest, simply pull them away. If they come off easily, they’re ready!

A Word of Warning

Whenever handling chilies and seeds, especially Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper), it’s best to wear gloves to avoid pepper burn. If it’s strong enough to make grenades from, it’s strong enough to hurt you.

Note: The packaging for this product may contain incorrect information. Please refer to this page for correct information about Zamnesia's Bhut Jolokia seeds.

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds data sheet
Colour Red
Harvesting Period October
Maturation time ~135 days
Sowing Early spring
Botanical Name Capsicum chinense
Suitable For Outside
Plant Type Pepper
Location In pot, In soil
Watering Schedule Regularly
Amount of Sun Full sun
Required Space 45x85
Advised Technique Transplant, Plant out, Support plants
Sowing period under glass January, February, March
Outdoor sowing period March, April
Harvest period July, August, September
Uses Edible
Poisonous No
Frost Resistant No
Lifespan Perennial
Package contents Ca. 6 seeds
Average Height ~75cm
Spiciness (SHU) Extremely hot (855,000–1,000,000 SHU)

More information related to this product:

Reviews (60)
    (60)
    View all reviews
    05/May/2024

    Versuch gescheitert
    Hab die Samen als Beilage mitgenommen. Alle Samen sind gekeimt aber dann doch nicht aus der Erde gekommen. Hab mir aber auch keine große Mühe gegeben...

    M. W.
    02/Jan/2024

    bomba
    niente da dire, ottima resa e ottima qualità

    S. P.
    18/Aug/2023

    4 van 4 zaden zijn planten
    Mooie planten met tot nu toe nog bloemen , maar veel bloemen

    J. B.
    11/May/2023

    Half of them Germinated
    Germination is not easy but possible, seedlings seem strong.

    F. G.
    23/Apr/2023

    Gut
    Leider ist 1 der 6 Samen am Leben und es ist auch schwierig zu züchten. aber versuche dein glück

    L. D.
    13/Mar/2023

    Ok
    Ok

    S. K.
    10/Mar/2023

    Peperoncini
    Super

    A. S.
    02/Feb/2023

    Nice :-)
    Sounds interesting. I must try out these :-)

    F. #.
    05/Jan/2023

    Bhut Jolokia
    Super Produkt, sie wachsen super

    F. #.
    03/Jan/2023

    Richtig scharf
    Alle gekeimt. Super Sache.

    K. S.
    You cannot post a review because you have not purchased this product
Questions (0)

No customer questions for the moment.

Ask a question
0/1000
Hide form
Video (0)
There are no videos for this product yet.
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Seeds
You’re visiting our International website.