Habanero Orange Hot Pepper

Organic non GMO seeds for hot peppers

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Among the most popular chillies, Habanero Orange is characterised by a high, pungent spiciness and a pleasantly fruity flavour. It is the ideal variety if you want to impress your guests with South American-style recipes based on chillies grown in your own garden.


Organic Habanero Orange Pepper

The organic Habanero Orange chilli is a variety of Capsicum chinense, which is widespread in Mexico and South America in general. With a Scoville value of 300,000 SHU, it is a super-hot cultivar, but it is also aromatic and sweet, so it enhances the flavour of dishes rather than covering it up. Organic Habanero Orange pepper fruits have a slightly curved bell shape and a bright orange hue. This is the best known and most widely used type of Habanero, but different colours and flavours also exist.

How can I grow it?

Like other hot peppers plants, the Habanero Orange is also afraid of the cold. For this reason, we recommend that you start sowing between March and May, when temperatures are above 15°; otherwise, with a heated seedbed or grow-box you can bring this phase forward to the winter months. After leaving the seeds to soak for about 24 hours, place them in a container on absorbent paper, close and puncture the lid to create good – but not excessive – humidity. The first shoots may take from a few days to more than two weeks to sprout.
Once they have sprouted, transplant them into the soil and water them little and often to ensure constant watering without creating stagnation. Expose the plant to sunlight and make sure that the room temperature always remains around 20°/25°.
The organic Habanero Orange pepper requires a little more patience. To harvest them, wait about 4 months; when the fruits come off the plant easily, they will be ready to colour and flavour your dishes.

How can I eat it?

The organic Habanero Orange pepper is fruity and sweet. It is often combined with tropical fruits such as mango or pineapple to create an intense and pleasant contrast of flavours. As it is a rather meaty variety, you can also use it in the preparation of sauces and seasonings.

We recommend wearing gloves when handling the chillies to avoid skin irritation.

Store the seeds in a cool, ventilated place with a temperature between 8° and 20° C, protected from weather, changes in humidity and sunlight.

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Technical Sheet

Habanero Orange pepper – Non-GMO organic seed
Botanical variety: Capsicum chinense
Pod colour: orange
Scoville hotness unit (SHU): 300,000
Packaging available: 10 seeds | 20 seeds | 100 seeds

Growing informations
Difficulty of growth: medium
Sowing time: March – May
Harvest time: July – September
Placement: pot / soil
Pre-stemming: 12-24 hours
Ripening time: 120+ days