Aji Amarillo Chili-Samen 10 Stk.

The Aji Amarillo is a chilli plant of the Capsicum baccatum species and comes from present-day Bolivia and Peru. It captivates with its very large, yellow-orange fruits. These are perennial and can grow up to 2 metres tall if well cared for. They are relatively easy to grow and are also suitable for chilli Beginners.

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The name Aji originates from the Native Americans. Amarillo is the Spanish word for yellow, "Aji" means chilli. The plant was already cultivated by the Incas 4,500 years ago. The plants can be grown in tubs and kept indoors. In summer, they can be placed in large flower pots on balconies and terraces. Harvest-ripe chillies have a medium heat level of up to 5,000 Scoville and an aromatic, fruity flavour.

The fruits ripen in a rich dark yellow to orange colour, become approx. 10 cm long and 4 cm thick.

The fruits ripen in a rich dark yellow to orange, become approx. 10 cm long and 4 cm thick. They have a medium pungency and an aromatic, fruity flavour. The Aji Amarillo is one of the oldest cultivated chilli varieties in South America. "Aji" stands for chilli and "Amarillo" for the yellow colour.

Spicyness: Medium Sharp
Schärfegrad: Heat level 5
Scoville: 3.000 - 8.000
SHU: ca. 5.000 Scoville
Type de chili: Capsicum baccatum
Chili varieties: Aji Amarillo
Color: yellow/orange
EU Plant Breeders Passport: ES 17032147
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