Here is the Sugar Rush Cream Pepper, Capsicum baccatum, Scoville units: 1,000+ SHU. The Sugar Rush Cream originated from the UK and is a white variant of the Sugar Rush Peach pepper. It is named for their intense sweetness. It was discovered by Chris Fowler, a farmer in Wales, around 2014. They are a natural cross of the sugar rush peach pepper, also developed by Fowler. They have a sweet almost candy like taste with a low heat to sometimes no heat at all! Plants can get to 4 feet tall and very wide almost 4 feet in width! Pods get to almost 3 inches across and sometimes almost white in color but most of the time it has a nice cream color. One plant in 2019 produced over 300 fruits and continued flowering way into the winter months. Open pollinated 95 days.
Here is the Sugar Rush Cream Pepper, Capsicum baccatum, Scoville units: 1,000+ SHU. The Sugar Rush Cream originated from the UK and is a white variant of the Sugar Rush Peach pepper. It is named for their intense sweetness. It was discovered by Chris Fowler, a farmer in Wales, around 2014. They are a natural cross of the sugar rush peach pepper, also developed by Fowler. They have a sweet almost candy like taste with a low heat to sometimes no heat at all! Plants can get to 4 feet tall and very wide almost 4 feet in width! Pods get to almost 3 inches across and sometimes almost white in color but most of the time it has a nice cream color. One plant in 2019 produced over 300 fruits and continued flowering way into the winter months. Open pollinated 95 days.
Here is the Sugar Rush Cream Pepper, Capsicum baccatum, Scoville units: 1,000+ SHU. The Sugar Rush Cream originated from the UK and is a white variant of the Sugar Rush Peach pepper. It is named for their intense sweetness. It was discovered by Chris Fowler, a farmer in Wales, around 2014. They are a natural cross of the sugar rush peach pepper, also developed by Fowler. They have a sweet almost candy like taste with a low heat to sometimes no heat at all! Plants can get to 4 feet tall and very wide almost 4 feet in width! Pods get to almost 3 inches across and sometimes almost white in color but most of the time it has a nice cream color. One plant in 2019 produced over 300 fruits and continued flowering way into the winter months. Open pollinated 95 days.

Sugar Rush Cream Pepper

Capsicum baccatum

Here is the Sugar Rush Cream Pepper, Capsicum baccatum, Scoville units: 1,000+ SHU. The Sugar Rush Cream originated from the UK and is a white variant of the Sugar Rush Peach pepper. It is named for their intense sweetness. It was discovered by Chris Fowler, a farmer in Wales, around 2014. They are a natural cross of the sugar rush peach pepper, also developed by Fowler. They have a sweet almost candy like taste with a low heat to sometimes no heat at all! Plants can get to 4 feet tall and very wide almost 4 feet in width! Pods get to almost 3 inches across and sometimes almost white in color but most of the time it has a nice cream color. One plant in 2019 produced over 300 fruits and continued flowering way into the winter months. Open pollinated 95 days.

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