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25 Jul 2014, 10:19
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The Carolina Reaper has been measured at over 2 million scoville units and is the hottest chilli we currently grow.
This heavy cropping and easy-to-grow Peruvian variety grows into a large, drooping plant with fruits 6-8cm long that ripen to bright yellow. The fresh fruit has a distinctive citrus flavour.
This heavy cropping and easy-to-grow Peruvian variety grows into a large, drooping plant with fruits 6-8cm long that ripen to a bright translucent red. The fresh fruit has a fruity/citrus flavour.
Also known as the 'New Mexican Chilli,' this moderately hot fruit is deep green, turning red. Very smooth fruits, 18cm long and 4cm wide on tall (50cm), productive plants that offer good foliage cover for the fruit. Excellent for stuffing.
This Sutton Seeds F1 hybrid is a very fast growing, productive plant. This is an ideal plant for growing indoors. The 3cm long fruits ripen to a vivid red.
A large and juicy red Habanero / Scotch Bonnet with extreme heat and fruity flavour. Large (5cm long) fruits turning green to red. Plant grows to 1m high.
The first 'Super' chilli!
The Bhut Jolokia (A.k.a. Naga Jolokia or Ghost) was officially measured at over one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU) in 2006.
The largest of New Mexican varieties, this chilli has pods up to 30cm long that weigh as much as 100g. Their size makes them a favourite for chilli rellenos. Plant 50cm high.
Biquinho is Portuguese for little beak and the chillies on this plant can be said to resemble small bird beaks. This plant produces a mass of teardrop or pearl shaped chilli fruits which hang from the plant like small lanterns. These popular chillies are often found preserved in jars or used on pizzas.
A very attractive plant with purple foliage and flowers, and cone-shaped fruit ripening from 'black' to dusky-red. Hot fruits on a 90cm-high, tall and grand plant. Fruits can be chopped finely and added to cooking. This plant will need some support as it grows.
This variety from Bulgaria is well suited to the short UK growing season. It produces a good crop of hot fruits that ripen from green to orange. The fruits grow to 3 - 4 inches long with smooth and glossy skin and are hot with a fruity flavour. The plant grows to 2' high.
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.
This variety of the Bhut Jolokia grows from green to chocolate-brown and carries a very similar heat to the red variety.
This is a hugely popular and versatile chilli that is also very easy to grow. The plant produces an abundance of eye-catching bright red fleshy fruits (5cm round) which mature in around 60 days from potting on. They can be stuffed with cheese and baked, or used for cooking and fresh salsa.
The Bull's Horn. This is a delicious, red sweet pepper. No heat, but a very intense flavour, thick juicy flesh and thin skin. Fruits grow up to 15 cm long on a large upright plant. Great for grilling and BBQ.
This small (20cm high), attractive plant is a riot of bright orange and red with clusters of heatless fruits maturing to 6cm long. Ideal for children to grow, and good for salads.
A very attractive plant with purple foliage and flowers, and cone-shaped fruit ripening from 'black' to dusky-red. Hot fruits on a 30cm-high, bushy plant. Fruits can be chopped finely and added to cooking.
A small Habanero variety from Brazil, fruity and very hot round (1cm) fruits ripen from green to yellow.
Demon Red is a small hot chilli plant that has been bred for growing in containers, indoors or outdoors, on the windowsill or patio.
This is a stunning plant, producing masses of small chillies, ripening from yellowy green to orange and finally to red.
Prolific plant with pleanty of cooking chillies which can be used green or red.
This plants has had many admirers in our show tunnel over the past few years. Purple leaves and purple to deep-red fruits about an inch long. This is a small plant (no more than 12" high normally) and is ideal for a windowsill.
This is an attractive plant, named because the clusters of cone-shaped red chillies point upwards (to heaven).
The chillies are medium heat with citrus notes. They are thin skinned and good for drying.
A very attractive plant with purple foliage and flowers, and cone-shaped fruit ripening from bluish-purple to dusky-red. Hot fruits on a 30cm-high, bushy plant. Fruits can be chopped finely and added to cooking.
A classic, mild-heat, American/New Mexican chilli.
A dwarf ornamental chilli plant. Fruits are upright and round, and change from ivory-coloured to red.
Stunning Six Chilli Seed Collection in a gift box. The seed selection changes with availability.
10 of our best selling seeds in a gift box. The seed selection changes with availability.
Our Hottest Chilli Seed Collection (6 packets) in a gift box. The seed selection changes with availability.
This chilli plant produces lots of Thai-style long, thin chilli fruits about 6-8cm long.
Hungarian Long chilli. Long (7-8cm) fruits, and hot.
Produces a semi-compact plant around 60cm tall. The fruits are pendant setting, very long (30cm) and wrinkled with a thin fruit wall.
Kashmiri chillies have a deep red colour and a medium-heat that is highly prized.
A wonderful plant covered in elegant, 12cm-long and narrow fruits, ripening to red. A tall plant (50cm) with an abundant crop. These thin-walled fruits are ideal for drying and for use in Asian cooking.Harvest: Pick when they turn red - about 85 days from potting-on.
Heat: 10,000 Scovile heat units.
Average contents 20 seeds.
This very productive plant is upright-growing and reaches about 60cm in height. The fruits are about 13cm long, thin and twisty with a pungent heat. It makes quite a spectacle as a conservatory or patio plant.
A very hot Habanero type ripening from green to red.
A very hot Habanero type chilli that looks similar to 'Fatalli', but smaller fruits on a compact plant. Fruits ripen from green to yellow.
This is the most commonly grown Habanero and one of the easiest to grow. The fruits are up to 2.5cm x 4cm and are produced on a shrubby bush up to 70cm tall x 70cm wide.
Early fruiting and productive red habanero. Elongated, lantern-shaped fruits are 5-7cm long. Tall plants with a colourful display through the summer as the fruits change from lime green through orange to scarlet red as they ripen.
Very long, thin sweet green peppers native to the Lombardia region of Italy. Usually cooked whole; great for pickling.
This very attractive, upright plant has purple leaves and fruit. The fruits ripen to red and are 1cm long. Many of our customers comment on this plant having seen them growing in our show tunnel.
Reaper chillies that ripen from green to a lovely peach colour. Product plant about 60cm tall and wide.
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.
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 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.
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 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 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.
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 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.
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.
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.
This large mild chilli is revered in Mexico and the USA and used extensively in Mexican-style cooking.
A large, bright-yellow Habanero / Scotch Bonnet with extreme heat and fruity flavour. Large (6cm long) fruits turning green to yellow. Plant grows to 1m high.
A very attractive plant with purple foliage and flowers, and round or cone-shaped fruit ripening from deep purple to red. Hot fruits on a 30cm-high, bushy plant. Fruits can be chopped finely and added to cooking.
Bangalore Whippets Tail Seeds, productive plant, long chillies, good for drying.
An early, bright red cherry-style chilli maturing from green to red, 5cm-wide fruits. Thick-walled chilli growing on a medium-sized plant (40cm) - perfect for pickling or stuffing with cheese as an appetizer.
Great tasting and odd-shaped variety from the Baccatum species - like the Aji Limon and Aji 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.
A similar habit to the Long Slim Cayenne, but the prolific fruits mature to a golden yellow colour. Ideal for drying and tying into strings.
This plant is amazingly prolific and very easy to grow. The crisp, fleshy fruits are up to 11cm in length with a mild heat. The fruits are good for chopping into a stir fry or for frying/grilling whole.
The Jalapeño (Capsicum Annuum) is probably the mostly widely know chilli variety in the world.
This Jalapeño is the variety we grow at the farm from seed we collect from our crop from issolated (netted) plants.
A Thai style hot chilli with long, thin fruits which start off a beautiful shiny black colour and mature to red.
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.
A real 'peach' of a habanero. The fruits start green/light-purple, then turn dark purple, then to a mix of peach and purple. The plant grows to about 60cm and is very productive.
The famous Scotch Bonnet is named for its resemblance to a Tam o'shanter hat. The flavour is similar to other 'Habanero' types and the fruits are used to make hot sauces throughout the Caribbean.