Scotch bonnet chilli ,The similarity will not be total but it is for this characteristic that this and other chilies have been given the name of Scotch Bonnet: The Scottish Cap.
Characteristics of the plant (related to the behavior in the field, while it can vary in a pot): Bearing and shape: branched tree Height: up to 180 cm Width: 50 – 60 cm. Earliness: late
Scotch bonnet chilli, Special notes:
the fruits are much more fleshy than normal Red Habanero, the spiciness remains very high and the productivity is very high.
Characteristics of the fruits of scotch bonnet chilli:
Bearing and shape:
pendants, of typical shape
length: 5 cm equal to the width.
Period of use:
early transplant or with the plant already developed, because maturation is late; in normal conditions, it shows its maximum splendor from August to the end of October.
This plant, if well preserved, tends to produce more the following years.