BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

Yellow Scotch Bonnet

Yellow Scotch Bonnet

The type of yellow Scotch Bonnet pepper, of AKIRA SEEDS, is a pepper that turns to yellow, with the high degree of spicy that characterizes to this type of peppers that they receive its name by the resemblance to a beret (also called chile jamaiquino, in Reference to the area from which they come, the Caribbean).

The fruits have a weight of about 20 g and dimensions of 4 x 4 cm. Its spicy confers the characteristic flavor to many dishes.

Adapted both outdoors and greenhouse cultivation worldwide, in cultivation with and without heating. The cycle is late.

High score on Scoville scale.

Akira Seeds also features Red Scott Bonnet.


Other spicy peppers

Sweet peppers