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The three inch-long Black Cobra chile peppers grow straight up from the olive green leaves and stems that are lined with silver hair. The peppers have a beautiful aging color pattern as they start off green, turn black, and eventually ripen to a rich red color. All three colors can be well presented on the plant at any time, along with beautiful white flowers.
Black Cobra peppers average about 20,000 to 40,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), similar to the Black Pearl pepper and NuMex Twilight pepper. The heat level of Black Cobra peppers is between a Serrano and Cayenne. One of the most beautiful ornamental peppers, the Black Cobra pepper is the perfect combination of beauty and spice. Black Cobra peppers are commonly dried and used in a flake or powder form. Its appearance is strikingly similar to the Goat's Weed pepper.
Posted by tony on 8th Jun 2018
I just recently learned about the many unique health benefits of peppers. I just planted some hot peppers as well as super hot peppers from seeds that I bought from you. Thank you for the seeds. I look forward to sharing my growing progress with you as a begin my growing journey. Growing your own seeds is fun and it is the best way to get your own healthy produce. I wish more people would grow their own.
Posted by Matt on 8th May 2018
I got these seeds for free as part of the rewards program and I’m so glad that I did. I think they might be my new favorite pepper!
Posted by backyard_gardner67 on 8th May 2018
If you like a little pop with you peppers this is a great option for you. I grew these last year from these guys and they turned out great. Back to try growing them again this year.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Sep 2017
fast shipping and they arrived safely. i grew a bunch of seeds from you guys last year and came back for more heat this year. good job.
Posted by Stan on 8th Aug 2017
Thanks! Fast shipment! Great price!
Posted by the pepper guy on 23rd Jul 2017
Since discovering your site, I’ve probably personally ordered 30 bags of seeds from you, all of which have grown extremely well. And I promote my peppers (and your company) all the time to friends and family. Anyways, now I’m known as the pepper guy.