The purplegum orange pepper is quite the stunning pepper. The lineage is unknown but visually it is clearly a bleeding bubble gum variety as seen by the ripe orange calyx and stem. Unripe fruit transition from green to purple and eventually orange. Foliage is mostly green though there are tinges of purple along leaf edges and stems. I expect this particular pepper to be somewhat unstable. This variety grows quickly and is one of the earlier peppers in the Midwestern garden.
200000 SHU. This is an estimate. Scoville ratings will change based on growing conditions. Rarer and unstable fruit may still have genetic instability in heat expression.