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Peach Habanero Seeds

Peach Habanero Seeds

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Probably the sweetest of the Habaneros.... but don't let that fool you. Also known as Habanero Peach, the Peach Habanero pepper is about 200,000 Scoville Heat Units and is a rare variation of the Orange Habanero. The Peach Habanero chili has plenty of heat and flavor, which is great for many culinary uses. It grows on a very bushy plant and its bright, salmon color stands out from the crowd. The high-quality seeds are from James Weaver in Kutztown, PA, and he is an Amish Farmer.  He’s a great guy that has grown for us in the past. Try making a Peach Habanero Jelly, this is an absolutely fantastic flavor!

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 200,000-350,000 SHUs  

Type: Medium

Origin: Pennsylvania, USA

Days to Harvest: 75+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

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Luke
Big producer

Customer service was great! Received poor germination on these and Pepper Joe had a replacement in the mail before I could even fully explain what was going on. If you ever have any issues with PJ's make sure you give them a call, they bend over backwards for their customers. Anyway ended up with 9 healthy plants that produced a ridiculous amount of pods!

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Connor
Nice but needy

Seedlings take their time to Really take off. I accidentally killed my first baby by forgetting to water after it was already about to produce. Started a second one late and managed to get two or three peppers.

Wasn’t sure how well I’d raised this plant but was happy when I bit into it and had an instant zing of intense heat, which surprised me because, when store bought it takes a couple seconds to hit. Peppers come out really beautiful and have a nice solid color and shape.

Trying again this year. I transplanted all my peppers to a bigger pot, except the habanero which is still cradling in the seedling tray, but looking good with a couple sets of lush true leaves.

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Melissa Peters
Amazed us!

I got these seeds last year (among others) and each one of them sprouted. The fruit yield was amazing. The most amazing part? I live in Northern Ontario, Canada, where it’s hard just to grow just a regular green pepper. Anyway, these peppers are hot with a fruity/smoky undertone. My mom and I used them to spice up our pickled beans and they were a hit with everyone who tried them. I also made 2 varieties of hot sauce, one tomato based and another fruit based. These peach habaneros gave it some kick.
This year I got a chocolate Habanero and I hope they do as well and as good.
P.S The ghost peppers I grew did really well, too. It’s hard to choose just one. 😉

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STEVE BROWN
Very good!

My favorite HAB. Very tasty pepper! Good heat also. A pepper you keep going back to.

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Jim Rendant
Never Germinated

I tried soaking and germinating in soli and a paper towel neither method worked.