Another tropical hot pepper variety to add to your hot pepper patch or home and garden. The tropical Cherry Bomb Hot Pepper is similar in hotness to our Rotabasco and Fiery Hot Peppers, and is hot enough to get one burning up; our hotness guesstimate for this variety is approximately 25,000 to 50,000 Scoville Units. Great to spice up any spicy foods or combine it with other hot pepper varieties to ground up and bottle up for later use.
Its easy and simple to grow hot peppers. Plant seed 1/4″ to 1/2″ deep in porous well-draining soil or potting soil mix in 2″ to 3″ planters. Place in sunny to partly sunny location and keep moist (keep warm in cold climates); seed should germinate within 2 weeks. Feed seedling weekly with non-burning soluble fertilizer mix (such as miracle-gro) for healthy and vigorous growth. When seedling outgrows planter, transplant to 2 to 5 gallon pots; fertilize plants monthly and water regularly or when needed.
Seeds packed fresh on date of purchase with planting instructions included. Planting information assistance is gladly provided on request.