Fatalii Hot Pepper Seeds (Capsicum annuum)
Non-GMO Fatalii Hot Pepper Seeds
The hottest pepper we have! This Habanero-type heirloom originated from the Central African Republic. Delicious citrus flavor and few seeds. Golden-orange, three inch long fruits on very sturdy plants. Grow in a pot and overwinter inside.
The Living Seed Company's Fatalii Hot Pepper seeds, the perfect addition to your garden for those who love a spicy kick to their dishes. These seeds are sourced from the Living Seed Company, a renowned producer of organic and non-GMO seeds.
The Fatalii Pepper is a unique variety with origins in Central Africa, known for its intense heat and fruity flavor. The plant produces slender, pointed, and wrinkled chili peppers that mature to a bright yellow color. These peppers pack a punch, ranging between 250,000 - 300,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU) on the heat scale, making them one of the hottest peppers in the world.
Growing your own Fatalii Hot Peppers is a rewarding experience that offers both culinary and decorative benefits. The plant can grow up to 4 feet tall and produces a bountiful harvest of peppers throughout the growing season. The peppers are perfect for adding a bold and spicy flavor to sauces, salsas, and marinades, and can be used in a variety of cuisines including African, Caribbean, and Latin American.
The Living Seed Company's Fatalii Hot Pepper seeds are of the highest quality, ensuring a successful and healthy plant. The seeds are non-GMO and organic, and are carefully selected and hand-packaged to ensure freshness and viability.
- Sun: Full
- Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost
- Direct Sow: No
- Seed Count: 25
- Days to Maturity: 90
- Plant Size: 30"
- Open Pollinated
Seeds should be planted indoors and kept in a dome with a heated mat for 4-8 weeks.
It is key that your new starts be hardened off. This is a process that requires taking them outside during the day, for a period of time, before they are planted in the ground. This acclimates your seedlings to the outside world, meaning the elements like the wind and sun. We do it for several weeks to a month as this strengthens their stems and overall plant structure.
- Start for a short period of time initially, then graduate to more time each day
- One week minimum is recommended
- Bring them inside in the early evening and overnight
- Keep an eye on them and prevent soil from drying out. Make sure they have not blown over
Keep in mind when processing ripe fruit, the seeds and pith are very hot and we always recommend using gloves when processing hot peppers.