Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum L. - chile variety

 

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the chile variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

Guam Boonies is a chile variety from the Guam island

Guam Boonies is a chile variety from the Guam island

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

The variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

The variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

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Schärfe von Guam Boonies (Scoville)

Properties:

The chile pepper variety Guam Boonies belongs to the species Capsicum annuum and has its origin on the island of Guam in the western Pacific Ocean. The red fruits are good for drying. The plants have a high yield and the habitus is rather broad. The variety Guam Boonies is often offered as Capsicum frutescens or Capsicum chinense, but has more features of the species C. annuum. The chiles are very hot and develop good flavor after drying.

 

Pictures of the chile variety Guam Boonies:

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the chile variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum

Guam Boonies

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the hot pepper variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum

 

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the chile variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum

 

Guam Boonies - Pictures of the chile variety Guam Boonies (Capsicum annuum)

Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum

 

Origin and Distribution:

Origin of Guam Boonies - Capsicum annuum

Origin: Guam (Island in the western Pacific Ocean)

 

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