Capsicum chinense, Long, Fat, Tapering Shape & A Great Flavour, Very productive variety from Peru. Big typical leaves, robust, large & ruffled with typical, almost C. baccatum type, good-sized Chili pods in a long, yet fat, tapering shape, 8 to 10 cm long, Medium heat and great flavours. Chili's will start green & ripen to dusky dark brown. Lovely creamy white flowers with a dark centre, Plant Height 60 to 80 cm. (Similar to Aji Panca) Scoville Heat Rating: 9000 - 15000 SHU, Seed Count Approx - 19 avg
SOWING - Peppers require a long, warm growing season. Sow indoors in Early Spring or approx 8 wks prior to transplanting, 1 cm deep & provide constant moisture & warm soil, germination is sometimes slow to start, once seedlings develop 2-3 true leaves, transplant into separate permanent containers or ground with some protection, Best in a greenhouse.