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Capsicum chinense
CHILLI-HABANERO-YELLOW is a variety believed to have originated in the Yucatán Peninsula before later being transported to other parts of the world by Spaniards. Named after the Cuban city of La Habana in which it was regularly traded.

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The yellow Habanero is distinguished by thin, waxy yellow skin, a floral aroma & a fruity, citrus-like flavour. A very pungent chilli that turns yellow at maturity. The bush itself, like most Chinese plants, is stout & compact.

Best planted at soil temperatures between 18 & 35°C.

Scoville Heat Units (SHU)

150,000 - 350,000

Plant Height (cm)

60 - 90

Season of Interest

warm to hot

Temperature Range (°C)

18 - 35

Determine / Indeterminate

Annual / Perennial / Biennial


Frost Hardy / Tender


Full Sun / Part Sun / Shade

Full sun

Sow Direct / Raise Seedlings



Sandy Loam, Rich in nutrients. added compost to the soil for fertility, and dolomite or crushed egg shells to help fend off blossom end rot


5 - 6

Soil Temperature (°C)

18 - 30

Seed Preparation

Soak seeds overnight in lukewarm water or freeze for a few days before planting

Sowing Depth (mm)


Plant Spacing (cm)

40 - 60

Row spacing (cm)

80 - 100


deep watering once or twice per week depending on weather

Germination Time (Days)

7 - 14

Harvest Time (Days)

60 - 90

Good Companion Plants

carrots, cucumber, squash, members of the Allum family, Basil, Dill, Fennel

Bad Companion Plants



blossom end rot

More About Us

ABSeeds is an Australian owned business trading under the umbrella of Direct Compost Solutions which is owned and managed by Victoria Brun.

We as a company endeavor to provide to the public, Organic, Old Fashioned, Heritage, and Open-pollinated seeds that have not been genetically modified.

We purchased the business in November 2018 and renamed it to ABSeeds (All ‘Bout Seeds) to make the title shorter and represent what we hope to achieve with this business in the years ahead.

Seeds that we can’t grow ourselves we will acquire from people who grow for us, or we may purchase seeds from reputable heritage seed companies.

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