Here is the Lombok Pepper, Capsicum Annuum, Scoville units: 0 to 800+ SHU. This Pepper originates from the island of Lombok from country of Indonesia and is sometimes called Chile Lombak. However there is another variation that originates from Yogyakarta, Indonesia and is said to be a landrace variety. We believe this variety is from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is a carrot shaped pepper that looks similar to a really large cayenne but is not. Pods get to around 7 inches long with fruits having a red colored skin when fully ripe and will dry on the plant very quickly. These pods have unusual characteristics to them that is very distinctive. Them stem that connects to the calyx have a strange "tapering" effect and will sometimes get a bleeding calyx! Plants can get to 3 feet tall and produce dozens or hundreds of pods! Please note that the heat varies from pepper to pepper as some fruits are low heat but others may be very hot. We found these to be great for roasting and fresh eating too! Makes a great house plant as they do well in pots and winter over very well. Open pollinated mid to late season 63 to 94+ days.
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