On this page you can find an overview of the different species of chili peppers I have farmed over the years and some numbers on the harvest I had for a given year. Do note that numbers can vary substantially based on the weather conditions, so a direct comparison between different years might not always be possible or representative. The numbers mentioned in the table below give an indication of the average number of peppers I harvested per plant, the number of plants for each variety might differ from year to year.
The chili peppers are sorted from hot to mild and for each variety a small picture is included.
|Carolina Reaper||2021||2.200.000||30||Quite a cloudy and rainy season|
|2021||2.000.000||15||Quite a cloudy and rainy season|
|Habanero Super F1||2019||300.000||30||First habaneros I farmed|
|Habanero Red||2021||300.000||20||Quite a cloudy and rainy season|
|Habanero Super||2020||300.000||8||Started from seeds collected from 2019 F1 generation.|
|Habanero Marobie Yellow||2019||250.000||10||Small yield for Habaneros|
|Numer Twilight||2020||40.000||55||More compact and more colourful than Chinese 5 Colour|
|Chinese 5 Colour||2021||40.000||50||Quite a cloudy and rainy season|
|Kreb’s Elegance||2020||40.000||85||Best yield for those plants with peppers pointing upwards|
|Cayenne Purple||2021||40.000||50||Quite a cloudy and rainy season|
|Aji Escabeche||2019||40.000||10||Plants stretched too much leading to loss of peppers|