Reproducing a Rare Type of Chilli (Naga Viper)

My father brought this chilli from somewhere. He re-produced it by planting the seeds from over ripe ones. It's been standing there for years and I never knew it was famous and rare until someone came to ask for these chillis. People are looking for it everywhere in my place and they have found it in my garden. They call it the "siling demonyo" in my local dialect, where "sili" means chilli and "demonyo" means demon - pertaining to its level of hotness. I once tasted it and it really brings you to hell!
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This type of chilli pepper is famous in the Bicol region in the southern part of Luzon in the Philippines. The place is famous of making hot dishes like "laing" and "bicol express" and one of the main ingredients is chilli.

It took me months to find out it's real name. I tried searching on google with the name "siling demonyo", but never found any information about it. Until then, I started comparing images and found one similar image to the ones standing in my garden. The original name is Naga Viper where it was once declared the hottest chilli pepper in 2011 by Guiness Book of World Records. It's actually a hybrid type of plant from England produced by a chilli farmer named Gerald Fowler.

This plant created bright red fruits that brought interest to my garden. It's a plant that serves as a decoration. And I don't have to buy a Christmas tree. Only, you have to stay away a little bit if you don't want to feel the biting sensation when it gets into your skin. Lol! Especially the ripe ones.

Here's a tip for every one. Once you find any rare type of plant, take the chance to reproduce them by collecting the seeds or any part of it that can grow. Soak in an amount of water until it produces tiny roots and transfer into a pot. By doing that, you can have those plants in your garden and soon when it grows you'll never have to look for it anywhere.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naga_Viper_pepper

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September 11, 20160 found this helpful

I would love to have some seeds. they are beautiful

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September 14, 20160 found this helpful

it's hard to find that kind of chili .. truly they look beautiful

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October 10, 20190 found this helpful

this is not a nada viper it is a marusot chilli, they been growing in cebu for aroud 40 years. the naga viper was greated 8 or 9 years ago with a heat level of 1,300000shu.marusot is around 3 to 500000shu.they make great sauces sweet taste with nice heat

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October 13, 20190 found this helpful

ment to type its not a naga viper.

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June 18, 20200 found this helpful

I agree with you. That is not a Naga Viper. It looks different.

That may be a siling demonyo or diablo as we call it.

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My family has plants at home. One chili in a cooked dish is enough to put your tongue on fire especially if you're not into hot & spicy.

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November 21, 20190 found this helpful

Hello. Can I buy some from you? I would love t reproduce this type of Chili in my garden. Please send me info on how I can reach you.

therealaploy@rocketmail.com

Thanks!

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