The uniquely colored Mustard Habanero originated in the Pennsylvania gardens of James Weaver, who discovered the strange variation and grew it out to develop a stable and interesting new variety.

 

Pods start out light green with purple highlights, and mature to a distinctive mustard color and then to a flaming orange.

 

They have heat levels similar to regular habaneros. A taste test indicated that this variety also has a 'mustard overtone'.

HABANERO, MUSTARD

$5.00Price
  • VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS

    SPECIES: C. chinense
    HEAT LEVEL: FIRE
    FRUIT COLOR: Light Green > Orange
    ORIGIN: USA - Pennsylvania
    SCOVILLE HU: 300,000

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