Orange Habanero chilli seeds

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Orange Habanero Chilli Seeds



Heat of Product : Very Hot

This is the most commonly grown Habanero and one of the easiest to grow. The fruits are up to 2.5cm x 4cm and are produced on a shrubby bush up to 70cm tall x 70cm wide. The fruits are ready to pick at around 100 days after the seedlings have been potted on, and the plant will continue cropping as long as suitable conditions are maintained. This is probably the most prolific habanero variety we have grown. The fruits are very hot - up to 350,000 Scoville units.

Harvest: Pick when the fruits turn Orange - about 120 days from potting-on.

Heat: 250,000 - 350,000 Scoville Heat Units.

Size: 50cm High, fruits 3cm green to orange.

Contents: 20 seeds per packet


(See our Habanero Chilli Sauce here)


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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.
always make sure you wash your hands after chopping these chillis and don't rub your eyes!!!!
i have two large plants covered with green chillies.How long is it until they turn orange?
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.
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 :)
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