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Chilli Plants & Seedlings
Chilli Growing Equipment
Extreme Heat Products
Powdered Dried Chillies
Author: Tony Freeman
25 Jul 2014, 10:19
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Our Hottest Chilli Seed Collection (6 packets) 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.
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 Carolina Reaper has been measured at over 2 million scoville units and is the hottest chilli we currently grow.
A very hot Habanero type ripening from green to red.
Hungarian Long chilli. Long (7-8cm) fruits, and hot.
The Hottest chilli seeds we sell. 20 seeds for chillies that have been measured at over 1.4Million Scoville Units.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.