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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


HABANERO DUTCH F1 HYBRID

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


This hybidised variety is a cross between a Dutch chili (Annuum) and an Orange habanero (Chinense). A more detailed description is currently unavailable.


© Jukka Kilpinen

© Jukka Kilpinen

HABANERO FLAME

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable


© Harry Nyström

HABANERO FOGOSO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable. fogoso


© Guy Holman

HABANERO FRANCISCA TM

Species: Chinense | Origin: USA | Heat: Extremely Hot


Description currently unavailable.


© Cross Country Nurseries

HABANERO GOLD BULLET ®TM

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable. Please note that Habanero Gold Bullet®TM is a Redwood City Seed Company, Redwood City, California USA is the owner of the Bullet trademarkand any seeds purchased MUST be for your own use.


© Jukka Kilpinen

© Jukka Kilpinen

HABANERO GOLDEN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Extremely Hot


Almost as hot as its notorious brother the Chocolate Habanero, this pepper is amongst the hottest in the world and is not for the faint hearted. This relatively large greeninsh white flowering 2 1/2ft plant produces high yields (up to 50) 2 ¼" long by 2" wide wrinkled peppers. The peppers mature from light green to a deep golden-orange approximately 100 days after seedlings emerge. The pungency will depend on local conditions and a sunny position is recommended. Care must be taken when handling these fire bombs. ## HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR HEAT LOVERS ##


© Mark McMullan

© Mark McMullan

HABANERO GUADELOUPE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Guadeloupe | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable.


© Stephen Foster (SBS)

HABANERO HAROLD ST BARTS

Species: Chinense | Origin: St Barts | Heat: Very Hot


This nice Habanero variety produces heavy yields of 2"x1.5", wrinkled, very hot orange-yellow fruits with nice fruity-smoky aroma. Named after Harold Langlois who brought it back from a field trip to the Island of St. Barts.


© Jukka Kilpinen

© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

HABANERO IVORY

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable


© Guy Holman

HABANERO IVORY CLUSTER

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable.


© Marc Winterburn

© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

HABANERO LEMON YELLOW

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable.


© Cross Country Nurseries

HABANERO LITTLE FINGER

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Chilli Pepper Habanero Little Finger.  C chinense. Red fruits growing to the size of little fingers approx 38mm x 15mm across, with a sweet hot flavour.


HABANERO LONG CHOCOLATE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


A chinense from the Caribbean region. Produces very hot 5-8 cm long pods that ripen from green to dark brown.


© Bayou Traders

© theChileman

HABANERO LUCIFERINO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


Heavy fruiting plants height 60cm with orange fruits that hang under leaves making them easy to harvest.


© Semillas La Palma

© Guy Holman

HABANERO MANZANO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


This is a hybridised variety (Chinese xPubescens cross) developed by crossing a Habanero with a Manzano. A more detailed description and further information on the parents is currently unavailable.


© Gonzalo Santana

© Gonzalo Santana

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