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Jay's White Ghost Scorpion Pepper Seeds

$5.99
(7 reviews) Write a Review
Scoville Heat Units:
800,000 - 1,100,000

Jay's White Ghost Scorpion was created by crossing a White Ghost pepper and Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion. The peppers start off light green and eventually ripen to a creamy white color. Jay's White Ghost Scorpion peppers grow into various shapes, with most having tails like a Trinidad Scorpion. The white skin is thin like a Ghost pepper. Although the heat level is not quite as hot as Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion, the peppers are extremely hot and have a sweet, fruity flavor, similar to the Ghost pepper. Jay's White Ghost Scorpion pepper averages about 800,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU).

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  • 5
    Wicked hot

    Posted by Liam Eichenberg on 26th Nov 2022

    These pods are incredibly deliciously outrageously hot. Look how wicked these things look. They're in my top 3 favorite peppers after growing them this year.

  • 5
    first harvest

    Posted by pete canelli on 24th Oct 2022

    we just had our first harvest from these seeds and they loook and taste amazing. great work!

  • 4
    Growing well

    Posted by Paul R on 28th Jan 2021

    USPS took my order on an unncesssary route, but it finally arrived about 9 days after I placed the order. The good news is the seeds are doing great and all is well now.

  • 5
    seeds

    Posted by Buzz on 25th Jan 2021

    Great service, thanks for the extra seeds. Planted and are already coming up. ordering again.

  • 5
    seeds

    Posted by Buzz on 25th Jan 2021

    Great service, thanks for the extra seeds. Planted and are already coming up. ordering again.

  • 4
    good seeds

    Posted by yasmin sanchez on 22nd Dec 2020

    my order took longer to arrive than i thought but thats just usps being slow as usual. im happy with my seed packets though.

  • 5
    Growing fast

    Posted by James Riese on 22nd Dec 2020

    I planted my seeds the day they arrived and they're growing really quick. Kirk was really helpful answering all of my questions about the new varieties and best growing practices. Thank you.