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Cascabel Chili Capsicum annuum

How to sow cascabel chili: Direct seed indoors, transplant seedlings outside after hardening off

Sun requirement for cascabel chili: Plant in Full Sun

Cascabel Chili has been planted 2 times by Growstuff members.

Cascabel, or Rattle Chiles, are a Mirsaol Capiscum annum cultivar that produces small, nearly round peppers 2-3cm in diameter. "Mirasol" means "looking at the sun" in Spanish - the peppers borne by a Mirasol cultivar are erect and point to the sun. The peppers ripen from green to red and have a thin skin that makes them well-suited for drying. When dry, the loose seeds rattle inside. They are known as Bola Chili when fresh, and Cascabel, Guajones or Coras when dried. The peppers are mildly spicy with a Scoville rating of 1,500-2,500 SHU and a nutty, slightly smoky flavor.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

75cm

Companions

spinach basil asparagus

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cascabel chili is a variety of chili pepper

Scientific names

Capsicum annuum

Alternate names

rattle chili

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