95-100 days. Outrageously colorful habanero-type fruit starts out a very light green blushed with purple, and ripens to a unique mustard color and finally to fiery orange, with plants bearing fruit of all colors simultaneously. Originated in the fields of our friend James Weaver of Kutztown, PA, where it appeared as an off-type of some more conventional variety. The result is a stable and very singular new variety. Super hot, like most habaneros.