In Trinidad, habanero pepper relatives are called 'Congo peppers,' and this one is an extra-large red habanero type. At 2 inches long and wide, its peppers are significantly bigger and more ribbed than the typical red habanero. They are also intensely hot and extremely productive, with large harvests of peppers that continue to form as long as weather permits. 80 days.
Start seeds in punnets and transplant once frosts are gone.
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