(C. chinense) This uniquely colored habanero showed up as an off-type in the garden of SSE member James Weaver of Kutztown, Pennsylvania in the late 1990s. Productive 32" plants produce fruits that ripen from light green with a tinge of purple to mustard orange to bright orange. Not for the timid! 95-100 days from transplant. Very hot.
You should start plants indoors 8-12 weeks before the last frost date for transplanting them into the garden. Plant them outdoors 2-4 weeks after your last expected frost.
Make sure that your soil is well fertilized as this crop is a heavy feeder and takes a lot of nutrients from the soil. Consider adding compost to the soil the year before you plant.