Is it true the habanero is not a high yielding plant, producing only a dozen peppers or so per plant?
A: Hello Tony:
This depends on climate, flower density, flower pollination, wind, specific variety of habanero (which Capsicum chinense it is) and fertilization. I have seen large habaneros that had 100 pods on them and I’ve grown some that only had a dozen. It’s a crap shoot.—Dave