Here is the Devil's Tongue Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 500,000+ SHU, A fairly rare variety with an unclear origin. Originally the Devil’s Tongue was a yellow variety then a red variety came and is a more common variety these days. Said to be Developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania but rather it was first known to be discovered on an Amish farm in Pennsylvania in the early 1990s. With an SHU of around 500,000 it is a very hot one! It is similar to shape to the Fatalii Pepper. Plants get to around 3 feet tall and very bushy. Open pollinated 90 days.
Here is the Devil's Tongue Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 500,000+ SHU, A fairly rare variety with an unclear origin. Originally the Devil’s Tongue was a yellow variety then a red variety came and is a more common variety these days. Said to be Developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania but rather it was first known to be discovered on an Amish farm in Pennsylvania in the early 1990s. With an SHU of around 500,000 it is a very hot one! It is similar to shape to the Fatalii Pepper. Plants get to around 3 feet tall and very bushy. Open pollinated 90 days.
Here is the Devil's Tongue Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 500,000+ SHU, A fairly rare variety with an unclear origin. Originally the Devil’s Tongue was a yellow variety then a red variety came and is a more common variety these days. Said to be Developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania but rather it was first known to be discovered on an Amish farm in Pennsylvania in the early 1990s. With an SHU of around 500,000 it is a very hot one! It is similar to shape to the Fatalii Pepper. Plants get to around 3 feet tall and very bushy. Open pollinated 90 days.

Devil's Tongue Red Pepper

Capsicum chinense

Here is the Devil's Tongue Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 500,000+ SHU, A fairly rare variety with an unclear origin. Originally the Devil’s Tongue was a yellow variety then a red variety came and is a more common variety these days. Said to be Developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania but rather it was first known to be discovered on an Amish farm in Pennsylvania in the early 1990s. With an SHU of around 500,000 it is a very hot one! It is similar to shape to the Fatalii Pepper. Plants get to around 3 feet tall and very bushy. Open pollinated 90 days.

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