35 Bulgarian "Orange Carrot" HOT Pepper seeds, Capsicum Baccatum
70-80 days to maturity. The 18-inch tall plant has branching arms that will grow out 18 to 24 inches. It will produce peppers that are about 3-1/2 inches long, and ripen from green to fluorescent orange. Peppers left on the bush will dry and drop. Its real gift is an intense fruity flavor, which finishes so hot. Crunchy flesh is perfect for roasting, but the flavor is superb for pickles, salsas, chutney and marinades.
Heirloom, organically grown by White Buffalo seeds, a traditional Bulgarian Carrot Pepper. Deep orange color really sets these apart. Considered an annual, but they are actually a short-lived perennial. I grew one plant that lived for five years bearing fruit. Loaded with dozens of green to bright orange peppers with a shape similar to cayenne but even more carrot like; just as hot as a habanero and much more exotic.
Rated between 100,000 to 325,000 in scorching Scoville Heat Units (just like the habaneros); these bad boy Bulgarians are among the HOTTEST peppers in the world!