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Magis Plant - Super Hot Scorpion Pepper Plant - Single Can

Magis Plant - Super Hot Scorpion Pepper Plant - Single Can

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Magic Plant Vegetables - Super Hot Scorpion Pepper Plant - Trinidad Scorpion is the Hottest Pepper in the World! The Trinidad Scorpion is sought after
and hard to find, with pods tapering to a pointy tail. Pods mature in 90-120 days. Outrageously Hot! Scorpion Pepper have more than 1,400,000 Scoville
units of heat! Grow your own Trinidad Scorpion Pepper. Just open the can and add water - All included growing kit. The heat will blow you away. Can
you handle the hottest pepper in world


Growing Directions:



  • Ideal temperatures for growing are 77-95 F (25-35C)

  • Growth appears in 10-15 days

  • Keep in full light

  • You may plant buds elsewhere in a planting pot or in ground

  • Without plenty of light, growth may become slow and plant may wither

  • Water ONLY when surface soil is dry

  • The height of the plant is about 2.4 in-3 in or 6-8 cm

  • Take the center bud off when the plant reaches to 3.5 inches (10 cm) high to stimulate growth


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Special Price for 3 Bottles $11.97
Bottle Price $3.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $35.88
Bottle Price $2.99

 

Magic Plant Vegetables - Super Hot Scorpion Pepper Plant - Trinidad Scorpion is the Hottest Pepper in the World! The Trinidad Scorpion is sought after and hard to find, with pods tapering to a pointy tail. Pods mature in 90-120 days. Outrageously Hot! Scorpion Pepper have more than 1,400,000 Scoville units of heat! Grow your own Trinidad Scorpion Pepper. Just open the can and add water - All included growing kit. The heat will blow you away. Can you handle the hottest pepper in world

Growing Directions:

  • Ideal temperatures for growing are 77-95 F (25-35C)
  • Growth appears in 10-15 days
  • Keep in full light
  • You may plant buds elsewhere in a planting pot or in ground
  • Without plenty of light, growth may become slow and plant may wither
  • Water ONLY when surface soil is dry
  • The height of the plant is about 2.4 in-3 in or 6-8 cm
  • Take the center bud off when the plant reaches to 3.5 inches (10 cm) high to stimulate growth

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