These peppers are traditionally picked immature (usually when about 5cm long) before they have developed any heat. You may have seen the fruits in Spain or in Spanish Tapas bars; they are usually quickly fried in olive oil and sea salt and served hot.
This is a very attractive chilli plant that produces an abundance of chillies - ideal as a pot plant for indoors. The fruits are early ripening, hot cooking chillies.
Purple Jalapeno turns dark purple and stays that way for a long time before finally ripening to an oxblood red. The Fruits are about the same size as regular jalapeno, with the same thick walls and fiery heat. Great for use in salsas and very attractive pickled with a mixture of other jalapeno colours.
A stunning plant for a windowsill or patio. A small (30cm), spreading plant with variegated white, purple and green leaves. The 2cm rounded, glossy, deep purple peppers ripen to bright red.
This is a very attractive chilli plant that produces an abundance of chillies - ideal as a pot plant for indoors. The fruits are multi-coloured.
This bright-red Habanero plant produces large fruits up to 5cm long and 4cm and are produced on a shrubby bush up to 70cm tall x 70cm wide.
The Ancho Poblano is a very popular, mild Mexican chilli. The fruits are dried once fully red. This chilli is widely used in Mexican cooking to make mild and fruity flavoured sauces (mole). The dried fruits are about 2.5" wide and 4" long and heart-shaped.
The Pasilla chilli (pronounced pah-SEE-yah - meaning "little raisin" due to the wrinkled skin) is dark brown when ripe and turns almost black when dried.
These small hot chillies are great to add heat to any dish and are the perfect size to fit our chilli grinders. The fruits are approx. 1cm long.
Bullet chillies are fragrant and fruity with a medium to hot heat.
Deep red, medium-heat dried Kashmiri chillies are highly prized for the red colouring and delicious flavours.
1kg bag. Heat: 4/10
The Ancho Mulato is a mild and very popular Mexican chilli. The fruits are dried once fully ripe - a deep chocolate colour. This chilli is widely used in Mexican cooking to make mild and fruity flavoured sauces (mole). The dried fruits are about 2.5" wide and 4" long and heart-shaped.
Selected Mexican import dried Habanero chillies. Great fruity flavour and plenty of heat.
The 'Morita' Chipotle [chee-POT-lay] is a smoked and dried Jalapeno chilli and is the type of Chipotle most commonly found in the United States. Chipotles are usually rehydrated and added to a sauce, stew or salsa.
Ring of Fire is a hot cayenne type which is very quick to mature. We grow a lot of these on the farm and it is always the first hot chilli to ripen.
This is one of our favourite varieties - easy to grow, amazingly productive, early cropping and a well proportioned and attractive bush.
This is a traditional Mexican salsa chilli; they look like slender Jalapenos, but are a little hotter.
Super Chilli! What a great name! This compact plant produces an amazing crop of chillies.
Long cylindrical fruits, tapering to a point. Fruits ripen from yellow to red. Final size: 18cm long, 4cm wide. Great for grilling and usually used when yellow. Plant 40cm high.
This is the chilli used in the famous sauce of the same name. The plant grows into an upright bush to a height of about 1 metre. The small fruits (25mm long) start yellow and mature slowly to red.
This is the original wild Mexican chilli from which most modern chillies originate. It is notorious for being difficult to germinate, but we have not had a problem.
Extremely hot variety originally from Thailand. Plants become covered with 1-1/2 inch long peppers that are green at first but ripen to red.
A high yielding HEATLESS Habanero - all the wonderful flavour of a Habanero with very little heat. Great for salads or cooked into food for a great flavour.
The Hottest chilli seeds we sell. 20 seeds for chillies that have been measured at over 1.4Million Scoville Units.
The Bhut Jolokia was the first chilli to be measured at over 1 million Scoville units - the first of the 'super' chillies. At that heat rating, they are 4 times hotter than the average Habanero or Scotch Bonnet.
Very, very hot and fruity, these chillies are grown and dried on our farm and retain their vibrant orange/red colour.
These chillies are very, very hot - Take Care when Handling!
Very, very hot and fruity, these chillies are grown and dried on our farm and retain their vibrant red/orange colour.
Very, very hot and fruity, these chillies ....
These peppers are traditionally picked immature (usually when about 5cm long) before they have developed any heat. You may have seen the fruits in Spain or in a Spanish Tapas bars; they are usually quickly fried in olive oil and sea salt and served hot.
This variety originates from Peru. About 4 inches long, yellow then red. They are medium to hot with a distinctive citrus taste. Good in light dishes such as fish or chicken. We sell these chillies 'yellow' in the early season and red later in the year. The citrus flavour is also very nice in a fresh salsa.
Recipe1: Chop 1 Aji chilli very finely and sprinkle into a chicken stir-fry and cook-in for a few minutes.
Recipe2: Salsa - Chop 1 Aji chilli very finely and add to chopped tomatoes, chopped coriander leaves and a squeeze of lemon.
Heat: MEDIUM to HOT
Another classic, medium-heat, American/New Mexican chilli.
Bhut Jolokia (aka. Naga or Ghost) is an Extremely HOT chilli with a fruity, smokey flavour.
Use very sparingly - handle with care and wash hands after use. Take care not to inhale or get in the eyes - you may want to consider our chilli handling kit with this one!
A Cayenne-type chilli. This is normally available from late July and is the best source of early season heat.
Chilli Gift Card - Theme: Our Crop in 2005.
A supersize jar of our Hot Apple Chilli Jelly - the hottest of our jarred chilli preserves.
Chilli Handling Kit to protect you whilst you prepare the Super Hot varieties of chilli.
We have often been asked for larger jars of our deliciously addictive Chilli Jam, and now it is available in this handsome jar.
Our top-selling Chilli Chutney is now available in a supersize jar - the perfect gift for a cheese-lover.
A wonderful wicker hamper basket filled with some of our favourite chilli products
Extra hot chilli selection in a gift hamper basket.
This is a stunning plant, producing masses of small chillies, ripening from yellowy green to orange and finally to red.
In the USA, this is a very popular general-purpose chilli. The plant produces copious conical-shaped 8cm chillies with a heat of about 5000-6000 Scoville Heat Units. Very easy to grow and gives a good supply of red or green chillies for general purpose cooking and fresh salsa.
This chilli plant produces lots of Thai-style long, thin chilli fruits about 6-8cm long.
This is a stunning Scotch Bonnet / Habanero type originating from Jamaica. Similar in appearance to other Habanero chillies but chocolate brown in colour. The fruits are extremely hot, up to 600,000 Scoville Heat Units. The bushes grow large with strong woody stems. Sometimes difficult to germinate, but well worth the effort.