Ghost Peppers – Hot, Hot, Hot!
From salsas to salads, who doesn’t love the crisp bite of a fresh pepper! Especially when it adds some HEAT. Now you can spice up your summer cooking (and rule the BBQ circuit!!) with one of the World’s Hottest Peppers, the Ghost Bhut Jolokia Pepper. This pepper comes in at the top of the Scoville Heat Unit Scale (SHU) at a score of nearly 1 Million (Jalapenos rank at 8000 SHU; Habaneros at 350,000 SHU).
If you like it hot, then this weekend’s giveaway (Friday 6/10 – Sunday 6/12) is one you won’t want to miss! Two winners will receive two (2) Live Ghost Pepper Plants from Clovers Garden! This high-yield pepper plant is as easy-to-grow as any pepper and produces lots of delicious, fruity peppers with a smoky flavor and four times the heat of a Habanero. Perfect in salsa, chilis, or stuffed with cream cheese and grilled. It’s not too late to plant this scorcher – just over two months from planting to harvest and the large, healthy plants from Clovers Garden give you a huge head start!
If you’d like to learn lots more about pepper gardening, Clovers is offering a free e-book just for signing up for their newsletter! Just visit this link: https://clovers-garden.myshopify.com/pages/get-a-free-guide to get instant access to all of their great books.
To enter, take a look at the Clovers Garden ghost pepper plants and leave your answer to the following question on the comments section of our Facebook Clovers Garden Ghost Pepper Plants giveaway post: “What interesting fact did you learn about Clovers Garden Ghost Pepper Plants?”
Leave your comment on the Facebook giveaway post anytime from Friday June 10 through midnight Sunday June 12 as well as share the Facebook giveaway post on your timeline. The winner will be drawn at random from all qualified entrants, and notified through Facebook. (See rules for more information.)
If you’d like to order Pepper Plants right now, you can find the Ghost Peppers at this link: http://amzn.to/1TTtpVU. If you’d like browse their entire pepper collection, visit their website at cloversgarden.com and be sure to say hello to them on Facebook.
Good luck and happy gardening!