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Habanero chilli seeds

'Habanero' is the generic name given to chillies belonging to the species Capsicum chinense (for more information click here). Habanero chillies, also often called 'Scotch Bonnet', have a distinctive, fruity flavour and are renown for being very spicy. However, habaneros can also be mild, and the chillies sold by Sea Spring Seeds range in heat level from almost heatless (but very good flavour) to the 'superhots', the world's hottest chillies.

To view the varieties listed by heat level click here

We sell plug plants of many of these chillies. See www.seaspringplants.co.uk

For information on growing chillies click here.

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Habanero chillies

Pumpkin

An unusual variety that produces orange, pumpkin-shaped, fruit on sprawling, bushy plants.

Approximate heat level: 73,000 SHU

Price: £2.00

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Fatali

A very hot and extremely aromatic chilli that ripens from green to a bright yellow.

Approximate heat level: 263,000 SHU

Price: £2.20

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Jamaican Jerk

A Jamaican variety distinguished by large orange-yellow fruit with a distinctive orange aroma.

Approximate heat level: 105,000 SHU

Price: £2.00

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Heat n' Neat

Short plants that do well in small pots and produce fragrant, small white and very hot fruit.

Approximate heat level: 225,000 SHU

Price: £2.20

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Turtle Claw

An unusual variety yielding masses of worm-shaped, lemon-flavoured fruit on tidy, bushy plants. Approximate heat level: 96,000 SHU

Price: £2.00

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Chupetinho

A Brazilian chilli that bears loads of small, fruity-flavoured teardrop-shaped fruit on bushy plants with gracefully spreading branches.

Approximate heat level: 27,000 SHU

Price: £2.00

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Hot Scotch

Bushy plants producing masses of chillies with the classic Scotch bonnet shape but half the size.

Approximate heat level: 55,000 SHU

Price: £2.00

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