Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds
Elevate your garden’s spice level with Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds. These aren’t your average chili peppers; Scotch Bonnets are a garden-to-table superstar, renowned for their distinct, fruity flavor and scorching heat. They are a must-have for authentic Caribbean cuisine and also serve as a versatile ingredient for any dish requiring a fiery kick. These peppers are just what you need to make a jerk sauce or seasoning powder.
For those who dare, Scotch Bonnet Peppers have a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) range that hovers between 100,000 and 350,000. This ensures that every bite offers a memorable experience of both flavor and fire.
These pepper plants offer manageability along with their heat, typically growing to a height of 24 to 36 inches. Their moderate size makes them suitable for both container and traditional garden planting.
Day to Maturity
After approximately 90 to 120 days post-planting, your Scotch Bonnet Peppers will be ripe for picking. This period allows the peppers to develop their complex flavor profile fully. These plants are heavy producers.
Although small in stature, typically ranging from 1 to 2 inches in both diameter and length, these peppers deliver big on flavor and spiciness. Their small size is deceptive; one pepper is often enough to ignite an entire dish.
Like most peppers, these start out green. Upon reaching maturity, Scotch Bonnet Peppers boast vibrant shades of yellow. The bright colors serve as an indicator that the peppers have achieved peak heat and flavor.
Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds provide a unique combination of extreme heat and fruity flavor. Their high SHU, manageable plant height, and 90 to 120-day maturation period make them an exciting addition to any garden. Grow yourself a little piece of the Caribbean with these seeds.