Chilli Pepper Plant - Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
A whopping 1.4 million Scoville units - Its the hottest recorded chilli pepper!
The ‘Trinidad Moruga Scorpion’ is currently the hottest recorded chilli. Native to the district of Moruga in Trinidad and Tobago, it weighs in a whopping 1.4 million Scoville units! When chopping your ‘Trinidad Moruga Scorpion’ we highly recommend wearing gloves and washing your hands and cooking utensils. Your chilli pepper plant supplied in a 10cm pot will produce an abundance of these hot fruits that will ripen a dazzling vivid red.
Apart from being devilishly hot, this chilli pepper has a tender fruit-like flavour making for the perfect combination of hot and sweet. With the ‘Trinidad Moruga Scorpions’, you could try whipping up a fiery chilli jam or adding a fiery kick to your favourite recipes.
So why not grow the hottest chilli from your very own home, a must-have for any keen chilli enthusiast.
Caring for your Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
Your chilli plant will perform best in a greenhouse but will produce a good crop in a sunny sheltered location outdoors. It is important that you give it time to adjust to its new environment. Check the compost is moist and if required leave the plant to soak in approximately 5mm water for 5-10 minutes or until the top of the compost is damp. Stand the plant in a warm, light, airy place such as a windowsill or conservatory and allow to grow, ensuring that the compost is kept moist.
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