Peter Pepper: This naughty little pepper resembles its name. You probably shouldn’t pass this one on to Grandma. This is the mildest pepper I grow. 5,000 to 30,000 on the Scoville scale.
African Fatalli: A nice hot pepper and SUPER easy to grow. Turns from green to a bright yellow color with a hint of citrus flavor. 125,000-325,000 on the Scoville scale.
White Habanero: My favorite pepper! These little white peppers pack a lot of flavor in a small package. 125,000-300,00 on the Scoville scale.
Chocolate Habanero: This is a true exotic pepper. When ripe, they turn a deep brown color and have a slightly smokey flavor.325,000-425,000 on the Scoville scale.
Red Savina: A cousin of the Habanero pepper and a former Hottest Pepper record holder. Great taste in a pretty package! 350,000-577,000on the Scoville scale.
The Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia): This is the one everyone talks about! The Ghost Pepper is the hottest commercially available pepper in the world. It’s beautiful deep red with a slightly bumpy skin. I have a very limited supply of these, reserve your plant early! 800,000-1,067,286 on the Scoville scale.
The Naga Viper: For a short time in 2011, this one-off plant set the pepper world on its ear by topping the Ghost Pepper on the Scoville scale. No seeds were made commercially available in it is widely regarded as a fluke. I have none for sale and only included this pepper for informational purpose. 800,000-1382,118 on the Scoville scale.
Trinidad Scorpion (Butch T Variety): Butch T is an Australian whose strain of Trinidad Scorpion pepper topped the Naga Viper to gain the top spot on the pepper tree. The “Butch T” weighs in at a tongue blistering 900,000-1,463,700 on the Scoville scale. Extremely limited supply, reserve your plant early!