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Powdered Dried Chillies
Author: Tony Freeman
25 Jul 2014, 10:19
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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.