HABANERO ORANGE CSB(A)

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(Capsicum chinense)  Attractive, bright orange fruit 6cm x 3cm across with a spicy, fruity, floral flavour.  Hardy bush with very high yields.  A very hot variety with a heat level of 200,000 - 300, 000 scoville units. Ideal for growing in garden or pots.  60 seeds

 

(Chilli01090)

SKU Chilli01090
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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