- Flower nameHabanero chilli
- Scientific nameCapsicum chinense
- AliasHabanero chilli, Habanero, カプシカム・シネンゼ
- Place of origin Yucatan Peninsula, Cuba
- Place of floweringOverseas, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Habanero chilli
Habanero(scientific name: Capsicum chinense) is an overripe vegetable (of fruit) in the family Solanaceae, genus Capsicum, native to the Yucatan Peninsula, Cuba. It is one of the Capsicum chinense species. Today, Bhut Jolokia, which is native to India, has the highest Scoville value for spiciness, but before that, Habanero was the most spicy vegetable. It is too hot for the average person to eat. The genus name Capsicum is derived from the word "caput" (to chew).
Common name: Habanero, scientific name: Capsicum chinense, also known as Habanero chilli, origin: Cuba, Yucatan Peninsula, etc., Central and South America. Distribution: Subtropical to temperate zone, Height: 60 cm, Leaf shape: capitate, Leaf Inflorescence: alternate, Flowering season: July-August, Flower color: white, Flowering style: downward, Fruiting season: August-October, Fruit shape: lantern, Fruit color: green to red, orange, peach, Fruit diameter: 5 cm.