This Brazilian beauty produces an abundance of tear drop shaped fruit that are only 2cm long and ripen from light green to bright red. With an almost undetectable level of heat, a crunchy texture and a distinctive flavour, they are a treat eateb fresh off the plant. The tidy bushy plants can be grown unsupported in 2 - 7.5 litre pots. They are late to mature and should be kept undercover throughout the growing season.
Heat level: Very mild (Habanero in flavour but with only a kiss of heat).
Scoville Heat Rating: 50
Sow in January to March - Germinate at 27c. Prick out when seedlings have at least two true leaves. Grow in greenhouse/tunnel in full sun.
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