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orange bubblegum seeds

The Bubblegum 7 Naga Orange is insanely hot and you must be a daredevil to eat it. A cross between a Bubblegum 7 pod and a Naga created by a great chilli mate Justin White from the United States. This is our second season with this cool looking chilli variety, so it is a F3 generation, nevertheless it looks like the one we grew from last year.

The plant grow well in a pot up to a meter in height, and is an amazing producer of incredible looking gnarly pods. The pods start off green, and then they turn to a bright orange in colour. Ours have the orange calyx as well, but it is a relative new variety, so future grow results can vary.

An incredible looking chilli with an insane heat, so excellent for a hot sauce or a super charged chilli powder.

‘It might be pure insanity to eat this chilli’

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C. Chinense

This is an amazing hot pepper that you’ll want to grow year after year for their productivity rates, flavors, and heat! The 7 Pot Orange Bubblegum pepper was created by crossing the Yellow 7 Pot, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, and maybe the Orange Habanero – making this a very unique and unstoppable variety. The orange color bleeds up the stem and slowly lingers into an orange stem – making this one of the most exotic peppers and one of the coolest 7 Pot varieties. Like our 7 Pot Red Bubblegum, it is known as the Bleeding Bubblegum or BBG7 because it bleeds into the stem. This is because the thick over-sized calyx turns red when the peppers are left on the plants for little too long.

The flavor is fruity, citrusy, and sweet and with a heat level of 800,000 – 1,000,000 SHUs, this is a sudden heat that might knock you out! The Orange 7 Pot Bubblegum will ripen from green to a bold orange, and the pods will have slight wrinkly skins. This is a newer variant, so stability is unknown but it seems a little more stable than the original red variety.

Species:Capsicum Chinense