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    Orange Habanero (Capsicum chinense). Believed to have originated in Cuba, habanero actually translates to from Havana?. The orange variety of the thin-skinned hot pepper is often considered the most preferred. Subtle apricot flavors are complemented by a impressive heat measuring between 200,000-300,000 Scoville units

    Heat Level 200,000-300,000 Scoville heat units (SHU)
    Days To Maturity 95-105 days to maturity
    Germination sow indoors 1/4 in. deep 8-14 weeks before last frost, germinates best with soil temp between 80-90F
    Requirements full sun
    Life Cycle annual/perennial
    Antagonists fennel, beans, kohlrabi
    Harvest Peppers can be harvested at any stage once they reach the desired size. Sugar content and nutrient content increase if left on the plant to fully mature.
    Uses edible*(fruit), herb/spice, medicinal*, utility (repellent)
    Breed Status Heirloom/Open Pollinated
    Saving Seeds/Propagation Harvest seeds from the earliest, fully matured (but not dried) fruits.

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