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Scotch bonnet is a variety of chilli pepper named for its supposed resemblance to a Scottish tam o' shanter bonnet.
One of the hottest chilli peppers that are related to the habanero chilli Scotch bonnet produces bright orange pungent bonnet-shaped fruits. Use in a range of dishes and sauces.
Scoville Scale: 100,000 to 350,000 Heat Units
Adaptable to most garden soils but prefers well-drained, well-fed soil in a sunny position. Annual in temperate climates and perennial in the tropics.
Capsicums require warmth for germination, if starting early provide warmth.
Tropical: Year Round
Temperate: Early Spring to Early Summer
Cold: Mid-Spring to Early Summer
Sow: 6mm deep.
Grow in trays of a good seed-raising mix and transplant when 6-7cm tall.
Germination: 10-14 days.
Plant space: 50cm
Row space: 50cm
Maturity: 10-12 weeks
Feed with a soluble fertiliser every two weeks for stronger plants.
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