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Adjuma Pepper Capsicum chinense

How to sow adjuma pepper: Direct seed indoors, harden off seedlings before transplanting outside

Sun requirement for adjuma pepper: Plant in Full Sun

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Adjuma, Aji Umba, or Adjoema peppers are a variety of Capsicum chinense chili pepper originally from Suriname. The peppers are similar in heat, aroma, and flavor to Habanero, but have a boxier shape. The peppers ripen from lime-green to red or yellow on the plant. They are often mistaken for Habanero or Scotch Bonnets.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

75cm

Spread

40cm

Row Spacing

45cm

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adjuma pepper is a variety of Capsicum chinense

Scientific names

Capsicum chinense

Alternate names

adjoema
ojemma
aji umba

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