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Author: Tony Freeman
25 Jul 2014, 10:19
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This is an amazingly beautiful shrub-like bush which can grow up to 1m tall. It is covered with small upright multi-coloured chillies with purple, orange yellow and red all showing at the same time. Very hot.
The Hottest chilli seeds we sell. 20 seeds for chillies that have been measured at over 1.4Million Scoville Units.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Super Chilli! What a great name! This compact plant produces an amazing crop of chillies.
This is a traditional Mexican salsa chilli; they look like slender Jalapenos, but are a little hotter.
This is one of our favourite varieties - easy to grow, amazingly productive, early cropping and a well proportioned and attractive bush.
Bred by the New Mexico State University (NMSU) this New Mex Suave chilli is a mild/heatless habanero that allows you to taste the very fruity chinense flavour without the heat. It ripens to a red colour.
The Sandia is a New Mex variety introduced and refined by New Mexico state university.
The 2 - 3 ft high plants produce 15cm long fruits with mild/medium heat with medium to thick walls.
It is similar to the Anaheim and Big Jim New Mex chillies but a bit smaller and a bit hotter.
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.
A majestic plant with purple foliage and 'black' to deep red, 1"-long hot fruits. This plant grows to 3 feet high and will need support.
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.
A dwarf ornamental chilli plant. Fruits are upright and 4cm long, and change from ivory-coloured 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 provide a multi-colour display as they ripen.
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 is a very compact bush with small fiery chillies that mature from yellow to red. Ideal as a small pot plant. This is probably the quickest growing of the hot chillies we sell and a good choice for a kitchen window sill.
A tall, elegant plant with an abundance of 1" long fruits ripening from green to red. The original seeds for this plant were collected in Portugal many years ago. The fruits are great in cooking (green or red) and dry very well when ripe. Try these with our Piri Piri Chicken recipe.