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(Capsicum fruitescens) Heirloom originating from the foothills of Puebla, Mexico with the name taken from 'Serranias' which means foothill in Spanish.  Perennial - annual in cool areas. Fruit with thin skin 5-8cm long with thick flesh, and colour ranging from green (unripe) to red, brown, and then orange as fruit ripens.  Medium to hot heat.  Plant to 1m high. Prolific.  Produces over long period. Used in salsa, pickled, cooked dishes or dried as ornamental. 75 days
Heat unit 7.
1 (mild) to 10 (hottest)

(Chilli000825)

SKU Chilli000825
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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