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Author: Tony Freeman
25 Jul 2014, 10:19
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A Thai style hot chilli with long, thin fruits which start off a beautiful shiny black colour and mature to red.
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.
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.
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 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 stuuning plant for a windowsill or patio. A small (30cm), spreading plant with solid purple or variegated purple and green.
The Jalapeño (Capsicum Annuum) is probably the mostly widely know chilli variety in the world.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.