Hot Chocolate Habanero Chilli Seeds


Chocolate Habanero Chilli Seeds

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This is a stunning scotch bonnet / habanero type originating from Jamaica. Similar in appearance to other Habanero chillies but chocolate brown in colour. The fruits are extremely hot, up to 600,000 scoville units. The bushes grow large with strong woody stems. Sometimes difficult to germinate, but well worth the effort.

Contains an average of 20 seeds per packet



Now also available as a seedling (April to May)
Author: cameron
Date added: 03 Jul 2013, 19:32

*****

This was so easy to grow OMD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Took roughly 80 days from potting on and I had my first pods begening to develop sooooo awseome!!!!!!!!!!!!! Totaly recomend this to anyone amzing tast aswell I love just eating the straight off the plant
Author: lindon humphreys
Date added: 12 Jan 2013, 12:45

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Proved very difficult to grow and yield fruit although it was my first year with this one. Planted 8 seeds but only one mature plant and only one fruit off it. Kept in the same conditions of other varieties which were much more successful. Going to sow much later this year.
Author: John
Date added: 06 Dec 2008, 19:17

*****

Fruit; colour starts glossy green, then turns to a very dark green/brown (almost black) before turning lighter to a beautiful smooth glossy milk chocolate once ripe. Heat is hotter than Orange habanero, although not overly so. Flavour is not as sweet as habanero / Scotch bonnet varieties, but has its own complex spicy fruity flavour. In contrast to my previous entry, I was able to grow this chilli to over 6 foot! However, using a smaller (8 inch) pot plant remains a bushy 2 – 3 feet. Despite having both habanero (pointed) and Scotch bonnet (belly button like) fruit, the flesh is thin (unlike Scotch bonnet species). This may have the advantage that these fruit can be successfully dried. Thoroughly enjoyed growing this pepper, 10/10!
Author: John
Date added: 01 Oct 2008, 12:26

*****

Confused. Was expecting a monster! Plant is reasonably compact, and branched earlier than other scotch bonnet varieties. Germination %age not the best, but reasonable. Some looked contorted after germination and did not manage to grow / died; so 50% yield. For the ones that did grow, they look great with strong growth, except one that displayed leaf dismorphia. This is rare in the scotch bonnet / habanero family, but not unusual. No thick woody stem observed. I would recommend this chili, excellent!

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