Jamaican Bell Cambuci Seeds

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These chillies have a good heat, but aren't ridiculously hot. Perfect for spicing up a meal, while adding a bit of flavour, these unusually shaped chillies start mild at the bottom and get hotter as you move up. There's something for everyone!

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Jamaican Bell Cambuci Seeds: A Range of Heat From a Single Chilli

The Jamaican Bell Cambuci may not be the most well-known chilli around, but it’s got a lot to offer. Scoring between 5,000 and 15,000 on the Scoville scale, it offers a good degree of heat without being ridiculous. What’s more, different parts of the chilli provide different levels of spiciness and unique flavours.

Also known as Christmas Bell chilli, it has an unusual bell shape, growing wider at the bottom. This bottom tends to be milder and sweeter, providing more flavour. The middle and top are the hottest parts of the chilli; this is where the seeds are stored. Due to its good flavour and manageable heat, it’s a great chilli to use in cooking.

How To Grow Jamaican Bell Chillies

  • Step 1: Germination

You can germinate Jamaican Bell chillies in their final pots. To do this, bury them around 1cm deep in soil and cover them lightly. Water them to ensure they remain moist. To guarantee adequate humidity—essential to germination—place cling film over the top of the pots, with a few holes poked in it. Higher temperatures of around 28°C are optimal for Jamaican Bell chillies.

When choosing a pot, bear in mind that a bigger pot means a bigger harvest, but also a longer time before your plant switches to blossom.

How long chilli seeds take to sprout varies. It can take as little as 3 days, or as much as a few weeks, so be patient.

  • Step 2: Patience

Once your plant appears above the ground, you can remove the cling film. Keep the soil moist; it’s best for chillies not to dry out.

A tomato feed will do to fertilise them. To avoid problems during fruiting (blossom-end rot), add a little calcium as a foliar spray. Then just wait.

How and When To Harvest Jamaican Bell Chillies

These chillies take a long time to reach maturity—around 165 days. Plants reach about 120cm in height and should offer about 40–50 chillies each.

Judging harvest by the estimated maturation time alone is inaccurate. It's much better to observe the fruits themselves. You’ll know they are ready when they’re deep red in colour, and they may even start to wrinkle a little. If they come away easily when plucked, they’re ready.

A Word of Warning

Whenever handling chillies and seeds, it’s best to wear gloves to avoid pepper burn. Even if you feel nothing on your skin, you might notice something when you go to the toilet!

Note: The packaging for this product may contain incorrect information. Please refer to this page for correct information about Zamnesia's Jamaican Bell Cambuci seeds.

Jamaican Bell Cambuci Seeds data sheet
Colour Red
Harvesting Period August–October
Maturation time ~165 days
Sowing January–April
Botanical Name Capsicum baccatum
Suitable For Outside
Plant Type Pepper
Location In pot, In soil
Watering Schedule Regularly
Amount of Sun Full sun
Required Space 45x85
Advised Technique Transplant, Plant out, Support plants
Sowing period under glass January, February, March
Outdoor sowing period March, April
Harvest period July, August, September
Uses Edible
Poisonous No
Frost Resistant No
Lifespan Perennial
Package contents Ca. 6 seeds
Average Height ~120cm
Spiciness (SHU) Moderate (5,000–15,000K SHU)

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    04/Jan/2024

    Fruity
    I grew this species last year and was surprised by it. While not spicy for me, it came across with a nice fruity flavor.

    J. G.
    09/May/2023

    en pousse
    toutes les graines ont germé, de belles pousses en une petite semaine en mini serre près de la fenêtre. on attend de voir la suite!

    O. V.
    10/Nov/2022

    Jamaican Bell
    grown very tall and bushy. the plant has worn over 70 bells. very mild and not too spicy. Tastefull!

    M. M.
    31/Oct/2022

    Alles top!
    Samen sind problemlos gekeimt und die Pflanzen haben sich super entwickelt.

    S. M.
    20/Jun/2022

    I did unfortunately not get my order on these seeds
    not considering this mistake I am very happy with Zaminesia delivering every other thing I ordered

    I. P.
    23/Apr/2022

    Grain ne jamaican
    Parfait

    R. R.
    27/Dec/2021

    Top Keimrate und Genetik.!!
    Meine CAMBUCI wächst tadellos bin beeindruckt von dem schnellen Wachstum. Sie sind jetzt noch in der Vegi Phase, werde wen sie dann Früchte trägt und sie gekostet habe weitere Infos zu der CAMBUCI schreiben.

    D. M.
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