“Resembles the shape of Tasmania, a state of Australia”
Tasmanian Habanero is a chinense variety originating from the Caribbean. The plant grows to about 1 metre in a pod and bigger, if you plant it in the ground. The branches and leaves are thin thus making it bushy in appearance. The pods look really cool and weird shaped with a thick top and a pointy bottom. The reason they are called Tasmanian Habanero may be because they resemble the shape of Tasmania, a state of Australia. An awesome producer and great looking plant in either pot or ground.
Flavour: Sweet capsicum flavour and after awhile it gets a bit salty.
Heat Level: Hot
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