Capsicum annuum, Very Hot - BUT STILL EDIBLE, A fantastic dwarf variety that produces a prolific yield. The white flowers & upward-pointing tiny/miniature jalapeno shaped fruits start green & turn bright fire red throughout the season. Ideally suited to a windowsill or patio containers & make equally attractive ornamental plants. Taste-wise, while the heat is intense, it is still edible and flavoursome, up to 200,000 to 250,000 Scoville Units, 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.