Capsicum chinense 'Golden habanero'

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Chilli
Golden habanero
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Scientific Classification
Species: Capsicum chinense
Heirloom
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Hybrid
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Open pol
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Synonyms
Habanero golden
Plant Data
Time to harvesting: 100 days*
Mature height: 75cm (2½ft)
Fruit colour: Green to golden-orange
Heat:
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Scoville heat units: 350,000
*From germination
References: [1][2]

The 'Golden habanero is 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 75cm (2½ft) plant produces high yields (up to 50) 6cm (2¼in) long by 5cm (2in) 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.[1]

Growing[edit]

Main article: Chilli - Growing

Troubles[edit]

Main article: Pepper troubles

References[edit]