Growing Hottest Peppers -
Water Requirements - Only water once the soil is completely dry and just before leaves start to wilt. Extremely high temperatures can cause leaf wilt and can trick beginners into watering when not needed. This leaf wilt in high temperatures is a defense mechanism and water is not needed in this scenario. Check soil moisture before watering if unsure.
Fertilizer Requirements - A vegetable or tomato fertilizer is required throughout the flowering stages. These types of targeted fertilizers will have all the required macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients pepper plants need.
Look for fertilizers with a higher Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) than Nitrogen (N). Example NPK 10-30-20. The first number, nitrogen, is lower than the other two values. If your fertilizer doesnít have Calcium listed, spray leaves with diluted Cal-mag once a month.
Container Friendly - Carolina Reapers and Ghost Peppers can be grown in containers or in the ground. If grown in a container a minimum size of 3 gallons is required, but 5 gallons is recommended. The larger the container, the larger the plant. 10 gallons seems to be the perfect size of portability and growing potential.
Plant Size - A Carolina Reaper and Ghost Pepper plant will grow up to a maximum of 5 feet tall and 3 to 5 feet across.
Productivity - 90 days from germination to harvest. Expected harvests for each plant can be up to several pounds over an entire season.
Alocasia Borneo King is the Huge result of a lot of breeding to produce a large upright growing Alocasia that can reach monstrous size in northern climates. The plant is similar to Alocasia Odora as far as hardiness and vigor but with the size of Alocasia Borneo giant which can grow to giant size in far southern states. Many wish they to could grow them that big in the north now it is possible with Alocasia Borneo King.I think this is the nicest of all Elephant ear plants, the tropical look is instant. Can grow 6-8 feet in its first year, a mature specimen can exceed heights of 12 feet with individual leaves 5 feet wide. The leaves are thick and are held firmly upright by the stout stems, making the size more manageable in the landscape. It is capable of growing in full sun if well-irrigated and planted in rich organic soil. In shade or partial shade, very little work is required to grow this beautiful specimen once it becomes established. Sun or part shade. Zones: 8 -10. We grow only Tissue culture plants so disease-free and 12" or more high plant shipped. Two free fertilizer spikes and growing instructions included with plants.
This is the World Record Hottest Chili, Carolina Reaper pepper. Seeds are from the Pepper creator Puckkerbutt seeds. Peppers are beautiful with a bright red rough surface and a long stinger. But donít let looks fool you! This pepper got its name for a reason. Be very, very careful using this pepper. Those who donít fear the Reaper are fools.
The Carolina Reaper is a hybrid chili pepper of the Capsicum Chinese species, originally called the "HP22B", bred by cultivator Ed Currie. The Carolina Reaper was rated as the world's hottest chili pepper by Guinness World Records according to 2012 tests, averaging 1,569,300 SHU on the Scoville scale with peak levels of over 2,200,000 SHU.--- 10" plants ships.
The Bhut Jolokia also is known as Ghost Pepper, is an interspecific hybrid chili pepper cultivated in the Northeast Indian states. It is a hybrid of Capsicum Chinese and Capsicum frutescens and is closely related to the Naga Morich of Nagaland and Bangladesh.
In 2007, Guinness World Records certified that the ghost pepper was the world's hottest chili pepper, 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. The ghost chili is rated at more than 1 million Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). However, in the race to grow the hottest pepper, the ghost chili was shortly superseded by the Infinity chili in 2011, followed by the Naga Viper, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion in 2012 and the Carolina Reaper on 7 August 2013. Healthy !0" plant Ships Sept. 1st.