Chilli Seeds

£3.67
Heat of Product : Medium

Great tasting and odd-shaped variety from the Baccatum species - like the Aji Limon and Aji Red.

 


£2.52
Heat of Product : Medium

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.


£1.70
Heat of Product : Hot

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.


£1.57
Heat of Product : Mild to Medium

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. 

 


£1.57
Heat of Product : Medium

The Jalapeño (Capsicum Annuum) is probably the mostly widely know chilli variety in the world.


£3.15
Heat of Product : Medium

This Jalapeño is the variety we grow at the farm from seed we collect from our crop from issolated (netted) plants. 


£1.78
Heat of Product : Hot

A Thai style hot chilli with long, thin fruits which start off a beautiful shiny black colour and mature to red. 


£3.15
Heat of Product : Mild

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. 


£4.00
Heat of Product : Very 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.


£2.10
Heat of Product : Medium

This is a traditional Mexican salsa chilli; they look like slender Jalapenos, but are a little hotter. 


£1.57
Heat of Product : Very Hot

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.