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Habanero Pepper Mix: Chocolate, White, Green, Red, Orange, Yellow


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Plant seeds in the garden two weeks before the last frost. Transplants grown indoors will need eight to 10 weeks of growing time before planting out. In areas with less than 120 growing days, the peppers can be started earlier and grown inside until transplant time.

Choose a location with full sunlight for at least six hours per day, as habaneros LOVE the sun. Dig your hole twice the width of your pot and as deep as you can so that the soil level will be as close to the leaves as possible.

CHOCOLATE BEAUTY HABANERO

WHITE PEPPER HABANERO

ORANGE PEPPER HABANERO

RED PEPPER HABANERO

YELLOW PEPPER HABANERO

GREEN PEPPER HABANERO

Black Congo Habanero Chocolate Pepper


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Habanero Chocolate

The Chocolate Habanero, also known as “Congo Black” or “Black Habanero,” is one of the hottest peppers originating from the Caribbean. It ripens to a beautiful chocolate brown and delivers searing heat. 

Chocolate Habanero - A popular habanero that has a distinct delicious flavor not found in other habaneros. It is sweet fresh and tastes good before the heat. Fantastic in garden salsa. It is the color of chocolate, but has no other similarities!

The chestnut brown pods are 2" long and 1-1/2" wide and grow on 30" plants that produce an abundance of peppers all season long. Capsicum chinense  (110 days)

Heat Level: Get 'er Done Hot.  Scoville Heat Units 350,000 - 450,000

~ Packet contains 5 seeds. 

In early spring, start seeds indoors 8 weeks prior to warm nightly temperatures. Place the seeds in sterile media and cover 1/4” deep. Provide 85°F bottom heat, bright light and keep moist at all times. Seeds will germinate in 7 - 21 days. Transplant seedlings into pots and grow until there are 6 true leaves on the plant. Plant them directly into rich soil, 30" apart or into large 5 gallon containers. Harvest peppers when they are brown.

 
Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row

Black Congo Habanero Chocolate Pepper


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Habanero Chocolate

The Chocolate Habanero, also known as “Congo Black” or “Black Habanero,” is one of the hottest peppers originating from the Caribbean. It ripens to a beautiful chocolate brown and delivers searing heat. 

Chocolate Habanero - A popular habanero that has a distinct delicious flavor not found in other habaneros. It is sweet fresh and tastes good before the heat. Fantastic in garden salsa. It is the color of chocolate, but has no other similarities!

The chestnut brown pods are 2" long and 1-1/2" wide and grow on 30" plants that produce an abundance of peppers all season long. Capsicum chinense  (110 days)

Heat Level: Get 'er Done Hot.  Scoville Heat Units 350,000 - 450,000

~ Packet contains 10 seeds. 

In early spring, start seeds indoors 8 weeks prior to warm nightly temperatures. Place the seeds in sterile media and cover 1/4” deep. Provide 85°F bottom heat, bright light and keep moist at all times. Seeds will germinate in 7 - 21 days. Transplant seedlings into pots and grow until there are 6 true leaves on the plant. Plant them directly into rich soil, 30" apart or into large 5 gallon containers. Harvest peppers when they are brown.

 
Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row

Sweet Habanero Habanada Pepper


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A sweet habanero pepper with crisp, thin skin and an exotic, floral flavor. Enjoy the bright tropical sweetness of this pepper without even a hint of heat. The Habanada was developed by Michael Mazourek of Cornell University as the first heatless habanero and was released in 2015. The 3” orange pods grow on 24-36” tall plants that produce fruit all summer long. If you like the flavor of habaneros try adding a few of the Habanada peppers to your habanero hot sauce. The flavor will have more depth and be incredible without adding additional heat. 

Growing Tip: The Habanada pepper seeds prefer to germinate in really warm temperatures. Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the future transplant date and keep the heat mat thermostat at 85-90 degrees F. Sow the seeds 1/4” deep in seedling mix. Keep the soil moist, provide bright light above and bottom heat below. Germination can take 14-28 days.

 
Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row

Habanero White Peruvian Pepper, Peru


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Habanero White Peruvian Pepper

C.Chinense
300,000-450.000 SHU

The White Habanero also known as ‘Peruvian White Habanero’ is a relatively rare and quite stunning little chilli pepper. It is said to originate from Peru and has a distinctive smokey flavour. The pods mature to a creamy-white and the longer you leave them on the bush the hotter they become.

These fiery hot jelly bean shaped peppers grow on small, but very high yielding bushy pepper plants with the pods measuring up to 5cm long by 2cm in diameter.

If you like searing hot chillies, this could be the one for you as they have been rated at over 300,000 Scoville heat units.

The plant grows to around 45cm tall. They will grow happily outside over the summer in pots, or planted into the garden, but bring them in before the first frosts to prolong fruiting. Maturing in around 90 days, this is a rare and unusual chilli for your collection.

Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row
Habanero Red Caribbean Pepper - [ Seed2Go - Canada ] - V-HRCP - Habanero Pepper
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Habanero Red Caribbean Pepper


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Red Habanero  -This hot habanero with its fruity flavor is a fine addition to make extra spicy salsas, marinades, and very hot sauces. It originates from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and will grow well in northern climates. Easy to grow.

The red pods are 1-1/2" long and 1" wide and grow on 36" tall plants. It is so productive the plant may need support when loaded with fruit. Capsicum chinense (90 days) Heirloom - Open-pollinated

Heat Level: Extra Super Hot.  Scoville Heat Units 400,000

Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row
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Habanero Orange Pepper


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Habanero Orange

Scientific Name Capsicum Chinense
Scoville Heat Units 150,000 – 300,000 SHU
Days to Fruit

90 Days

 

The habanero chili is one hot pepper! Unripe habaneros are green, and they color as they mature. Common colors are orange and red, but white, brown, and pink are also seen. The Scotch bonnet is often compared to the habanero, since they are two varieties of the same species, but have different pod types.

Both the Scotch bonnet and the habanero have thin, waxy flesh. They have a similar heat level and flavor. Although both varieties average around the same level of “heat”, the actual degree of piquancy varies greatly from one fruit to another with genetics, growing methods, climate, and plant stress.

The name means “someone or something from La Habana”, or as it is known in English, Havana (“b” and “v” being interchangeable phonetically in Spanish).

The habanero chili comes from the Amazonas region, and from there it was spread through Mexico. One domesticated habanero, which was dated at 8,500 years old, was found at an archaeological dig in Peru. The Yucatán Peninsula is the biggest producer of habaneros these days, but it’s grown in many South American and Central American countries.

Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row