Capsicum chinense Jacq, Very Rare - HOT - Dwarf, Unusual, fairly compact plant growing into an umbrella like shape Ht: 18 to 20 inches. Its origin is the city Aribibi in Bolivia, in the Amazon & Gusano is the Spanish word for worm or caterpillar, hence the name. This bears 2 to 3 inch long, blunt caterpillar-like shapes, that go from a very hot pale green to yellow to creamy white. With a high yield, They are very perfumed & very rich in taste, with a lot of citrus & a sweet wood like a taste that reminds you of vanilla. The undertone taste is similar to the Chocolate Habañero. Scoville's 300,000 – 470,000 SHU., Seed Count Approx - 15 avg SOWING - Peppers require a long, warm growing season. Sow indoors Early Spring or approx 8 wks prior to transplanting, 1 cm deep & provide constant moisture & a 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.