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White Habanero Seeds


This is such a rare variety of the Habanero family. The White Habanero pepper is a smaller, ivory white-hot dynamo with a lot of punch. This pepper will make an awesome white hot sauce. Handle with care. The White Habanero peppers are smaller than traditional Habanero peppers and have a creamy-white color, which will stand out gorgeously in your garden! The lantern-shaped pepper is hotter than a Texas sidewalk in July, so it will straight-up burn you. Try the White Habanero in your Habanero recipes. These Organic seeds are the finest available.  

Fun Fact:If a superhot pepper is white, this means the white peppers are one of the rarer variations to come across. It is such an amazing feeling to grow such a rare pepper and to brag about it to your friends and family!

Species:Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 200,000 – 500,000 SHUs 

Type: Medium/Hot

Origin: Caribbean

Days to Harvest: 100+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

Try our other Habanero and Bonnet seed varieties: 
Habanero Pepper SeedsTasmanian Habanero Seeds, Red Savina Habanero Seeds, Chocolate Habanero Seeds, Golden Habanero Pepper Seeds, Peach Habanero Seeds, Caribbean Chili & Habanero Seeds, Spicy Mustard Habanero Seeds, Lemon Habanero Seeds, Big Sun Habanero Pepper Seeds and Habanada Habanero Pepper Seeds

Other Habanero Products:

Hollering Habanero Hot SauceGarlic Habanero Hot Sauce, Mango Habanero Beef JerkyRed Savina Powder, Habanero Ketchup, Carrot Habanero Hot Sauce, XXX Habanero Hot Sauce, Tropical Habanero Hot Sauce, Mango Habanero Hot Sauce, Habanero Hot Sauce Collection Set, Mango Habanero Cheddar Cheese, Jalapeño and Habanero Gift Box Set.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Great Hot sauce peppers

These peppers produce a ton and go great in homemade hot sauce. I got three to germinate 2 were just like the picture all white and one was yellow. They go great in chili too and are a fun color.

Joe Doe
Good little peppers

Grew like a charm, most of the seeds started, planted and grew a single plant in a 5 gallon plastic container. Fertilized them and had a boat load of little white peppers. Threw them in a hot sauce bottle filled with white wine vinegar for some peppa' sauce and now my pizza doesn't go without it!

Bob Dobbs
Cool beans

I had pretty good germination, maybe 70%. This is practically a dwarf/ornamental pepper plant, it grew very slowly and topped out at only a foot tall for me. But I got about 8-10 little yellow/white peppers off each plant, each about the size of a butterbean. And they were surprisingly hot - it's definitely a habanero, though not as fruity as most. May try to overwinter them to see if next year's crop improves - would love to make a white sauce...

Barry Messer
White Habaneros a Disappointment

I planted my white Habaneros a couple of months ago and the ones that germinated were slow to germinate. I have three left out of the number I was given. They are the slowest growing pepper I have ever seen. Of the three one is doing well and the other two I'm not sure they will make it or not. I may try again next year. I think it's to late to try again this season.

Kyle Ashcraft
Zero Germination Rate

I ordered about 6 different pepper varieties which were planted back in early March 2018. Everything germinated at 75% or higher rate except these white habanero seeds. I've had nothing sprout and was quite sad as these were the the ones I was looking forward to growing the most. These were in the same seedling tray as the Bolivian Rainbows (only 2 seeds have sprouted), Nagalah Red (all seeds sprouted), Orange Scotch bonnet (90% germination), and Purple Jalapeno (only two seeds sprouted).

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