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Hot Six Seedlings (SOLD OUT FOR 2019)



Heat of Product : Very Hot to Extreme

Unfortunately the "Hot Six" set is sold out but you can order some of the individual varieties as part of our 3 + 3 seedling set or as a pot plant.

Play the video link below to see the typical size of seedlings, the packaging and what to do when your seedlings arrive in the post.

See also our Seedling Potting On Set (compost and pots).

In this set of six seedlings, we have three Very Hot varieties and three Extremely Hot varieties.

Carolina Reaper (2.2 Million SHU)

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion (1.4 Million SHU)

Bhut Jolokia (over 1 million SHU)

Demon Red (50,000 SHU)

Chocolate Habanero (600,000 SHU)

Antillais Caribbean Habanero (300,000 SHU)

SHU = Scoville Heat Units

These extra hot chilli seedlings respond well to extra warmth as young plants - 25 Degrees C is ideal.

All of these chillies have the distinctive fruity flavour of Habaneros and a little goes a long way in cooking! 

We provide information about different chilli varieties in several places on our website including our  Chilli Seeds  section, our 'Which Chilli Plant?' guide and our Chilli Plant Descriptions page.

Please note that we only ship seedlings from Monday to Wednesday to avoid the risk of them spending a weekend in the sorting office. Please let us know if you have any special delivery instructions on the Checkout page.

See our  Video  about Chilli Seedlings by Post. You can also download the growing instructions that are sent out with the seedlings, here.

We sell a potting-on set (see option below) consisting of 6 pouches of compost and 6 pots. If you select this option, the kit will be sent with the seedlings.

PLEASE NOTE: UK ONLY - we only ship this item within the UK.

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Grew them all with success last year (2018), well packaged and very healthy. Loads of fruits! Ordered again for this season
These little firecrackers were extremely well packaged, and came with a label to explain which one was which. I planted them into larger pots last week once I received them, and they've noticeably grown already. Looking forward to cooking with some of these beauties in future!
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