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Burning Bush F1 Pepper Seeds

Burning Bush F1 Pepper Seeds

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Description:

The Burning Bush F1 Pepper, also known as the Habanero Burning Bush or the Burning Bush Habanero, is a hybrid that looks very similar to the Chichzen Itza and has an immaculate fruity taste.

This pepper is one of the earliest maturing Habaneros that we carry in our store, which is said to mature 2-3 weeks earlier than most habanero varieties. These wrinkles, lantern-shaped, 3" long peppers change their colors into a flaming peach-orange when ripe. This is a beautiful plant for you to grow on your garden or patio!

The taste is what you would expect from a Habanero, which has a sweet floral taste with bitter and dark notes. Burning Bush peppers are great for cooking and roasting, and having these fresh on hand makes salsa or hot sauces easy and convenient to make!

***This cross is it's in first generation, pepper pods may vary

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: 180,000 SHUs
  • Type: Hot
  • Flavor: Sweet, Floral, Bitter
  • Origin: Said to be originated in the USA
  • Pod Size: 3"
  • Plant Height: 2-3 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 85+ Days

Check out our other Habanero Pepper Seeds and be sure to browse through our selection of Habanero Snacks & Spices to satisfy your "spicy" tooth!

Specifications:

  • Heat Level:
  • Plant Size: 3 ft.
  • Pod Size: 3"
  • Origin: USA
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 180,000
  • Days to Harvest: 80 - 89 days

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Brian diacont
First and second try

Soooooo….it seems like everything ordered from here is quality. I do wish I had a bit more support as someone new to this. I mixed up all my seeds, had a gnat infestation and even accidentally threw some out trying to deal w gnats. I’m writing this because I think they are good company w easy website navigation but I think 10 plants survived out of 140 and I think most were the free kristian variety but I don’t know if any of this variety survived.