Carolina Reaper-(Capsicum chinense)-This is an extremely hot variety developed by a grower in the United States. It is one of the worlds hottest peppers! It is also called HP22B pepper. As of 2013 it is over 7 generations old. This chile plant variety was made by crossing a Pakistani Naga with a Red Habanero type from St Vincents Island in the West Indies. It is similar in looks to the Trinidad 7 Pot Primo. It has been Scoville tested at Winthrop University and found by them to have an average heat level of over 1,400,000. These chile plants grow slow in the beginning like Nagas but are very productive. The Carolina Reaper has a nice fruity flavor similar to other superhots like the 7 Pot. The Carolina Reaper chile plants grow 3-4 feet tall.