These have become my go to chillies year after year. I have had a lot of success with them. Initially I have lost a few shoots with over watering but once out of that phase they produce a lot of fruit and they are packed with flavour and boat loads of heat!
Planted 4 orange habernero seeds along with 5 other varieties. 3 germinated, and all 3 plants are growing well. Looking forward to fruiting later in the year.
Super spicy but very flavoursome. Slightly harder to grow than other chillies but well worth it.
faffy 28/04/2015, 14:50
always make sure you wash your hands after chopping these chillis and don't rub your eyes!!!!
martin jolly28/04/2015, 14:50
i have two large plants covered with green chillies.How long is it until they turn orange?
Leif 28/04/2015, 14:49
I grew a couple of plants from seed last year, and both were productive. Most seeds germinated, and the first appeared in 5 days which is very good. The pods were hot with a lovely flavour. I kept the best plant, and at the start of January I pruned the stem to 12", removed all side branches, trimmed the roots to a 6" ball, and it is now covered in pods, many quite large, and with luck there will be ripe ones at the end of April. I hope to get a second crop later in the year.
matt deakin28/04/2015, 14:49
Very pleased with the quality of these seeds, 100% germination! They have produced very large and healthy plants which look like they are going to produce heavy crops :)