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Manzano Habanero Chile Seeds

Manzano Habanero Chile Seeds

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The Manzano Habanero Chile is a variety of chili known for its spicy flavor and peculiarly shaped fruits. Its features include:

  • Fruit shape: Manzano habanero peppers have a rounded shape similar to an apple.

  • Fruit color: They can vary in color from green to yellow, orange or red when ripe.

  • Hotness: They are extremely spicy, with a high level of pungency on the Scoville scale.

Historical origin of the Manzano Habanero Chile:

The manzano habanero chile has its roots in Central and South America, particularly Mexico, where it has been cultivated for centuries.

Planting time to harvest:

  • The time from planting to harvest varies, but typically can take 75 to 90 days.


  • The habanero pepper prefers well-drained and fertile soils.

An optimal soil pH is in the range of 6.0 to 6.5.


  • Requires a warm, sunny climate to thrive.

  • It is sensitive to frost and does not tolerate cold temperatures.


  • Temperature: The optimal temperature for the growth of the manzano habanero chili ranges between 21°C and 29°C.


  • The habanero pepper needs regular watering, but it should not be constantly soggy.

  • Avoid waterlogging, as it can cause root diseases.


Sowing method to the ground:

  1. Prepare the soil by loosening it and enriching it with compost.

  2. Plant the seeds at a depth of about 1cm.

  3. Space plants 45 to 60 cm apart to allow for good development.

Planting method in pot or container:

  1. Use pots or containers of at least 30 cm in diameter with good drainage.

  2. Fill the pot with quality potting soil.

  3. Sow the seeds at the same depth as in the ground.

  4. Place the pot in a sunny location.


Manzano habanero chili seeds generally germinate in 1-2 weeks at a temperature of 25-30°C.



  • Ensures plants receive enough direct sunlight.

  • Keep the soil moist but not soggy.

  • Fertilize plants regularly with a balanced fertilizer.

  • You may need stakes or supports for the plants as they grow due to their height.


  • Manzano habanero peppers are harvested when they are fully ripe and have the desired color (orange, red or yellow).

  • Use scissors or pruning shears to cut the chiles from the stem.

  • Be careful when handling them, as their spiciness can cause skin and eye irritation.

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