Scotch Bonnet Orange #9286 (30 seeds)
This form of Scotch Bonnet turns orange when fully ripe. While it resembles the habanero, its flavor is fruitier, making it a favorite in Caribbean cooking for pairing with tropical fruits. At 200,000 Scoville Units, it is searingly hot but delicious when combined with other food.
75 to 100 days.
White Habanero #9857 (30 seeds)
These creamy white peppers are smaller than the typical habanero, only about 1 1/2 inches long and 1/2 inch across, but with the same habanero heat and distinctive fruity flavor. Expect abundant harvests of these very hot peppers. 90 days.
Yellow Mushroom #9626 (20 seeds)
So named because of its shape resembling a mushroom, it is also sometimes known as a squash pepper for its resemblance to a patty-pan squash. Maturing to light yellow, then finally to golden, this is an extremely hot fruit. Abundant harvests of these thin-skinned, 2 inch peppers, which are especially good pickled. 80 days.
Habanero Brown #9836
This extra-large habanero is not only special for its size and productivity, it also ranks as one of the world's hottest peppers. Expect an impressive harvest of these 2-1/2 inch long chocolate brown peppers, but handle with care as these fruit are searingly hot. This is a beautiful and very tasty habanero for hot chile fans to add to their gardens. 85 days.