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Buy The Best Chilli Seedlings/Plants Direct From Our Own Stock

For the last few years customers have benefited from buying their seedlings direct from us. We have selected 6 of the hottest varieties on the planet for you to choose from. Sometimes the hardest part of growing some of the hot varieties is the germination, so we’ve taken that step away and done it for you.

We have strong sturdy seedlings that are delivered in specially made protective packaging ready for you to pot on.

We have some of the hottest varieties from around the world for you to experience the ultimate in heat and flavour the chilli world can offer.


We have 1 set of Chilli Seedlings on offer with 3 plants per set.

Set A : Chilli Seedlings Trinidad Scorpion Butch T + Bhut Jolokia + 7 Pot Brain Strain


Trinidad Scorpion Butch T

The Official hottest chilli in the World is the Trinidad Scorpion "Butch T" rated at 1,463,700 Scoville Heat Units (SHU)


Bhut Jolokia/Ghost Chilli

One Of The world’s hottest chilli is the Bhut Jolokia originating in Assam in North East India. This records holder variety is bred by The Chile Pepper Institute with an official Scoville heat rating (SHU) of 1,001,304 SHU twice that of the previous record holder,  the Red Savina.  A SHU stands for Scoville Heat Unit and is the amount of water needed before the chilli heat is undetectable. One drop of the Bhut Jolokia extract needs a million drops of water. (Capsicum chinense)

7 Pot Brain Strain

The famous Brain Strain perfected over the years by Cappy in the USA has landed in the UK. Only from The Chilli Pepper Company. This fruit has been bred for heat, flavour and pod shape.


Please Note: Seedlings can not be ordered with other products. You need to place a separate order, also these can only the sent to UK addresses.

Please Note: Seedlings can not be ordered with other products. You need to place a seperate order, also these can only the sent to UK addresses.

We have had massive demand for our seedling packs and are running out fast of the varieties originally offered in Pack B.  We are growing some wonderfully healthy seedling of the very hottest varieties and have some limited numbers left.  As germination rates have been very good, we have decided to make some of the surplus from our own growing plans available for sale.  As numbers vary we cannot confirm the exact combination in each pack.  But each pack will contain three different seedlings chosen from the following possible varieties; Brain Strain, Red Moruga, Carolina Reaper, Red Savina, White Naga.  These extra special packs are £9

Lucky Dip: Will be a lucky dip one seedling of three different varieties from Brain Strain, Red Moruga, Carolina Reaper, Red Savina and White Naga!

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Joe's Round

Productive plants have clusters of ¾" round fruits that ripen from deep green to bright red. Great for pickling or for fresh salsa. VERY HOT. (Capsicum annuum)


Aji Norteno

Chilli Heat 7

Chilli peppers from Peru the fruit mature to yellow, red and orange colours and measure about 3 to 4 inches long and 3/4 inch across.



Cielo Rojo Pequin (Red Sky Pequin)

Heat 9

Wild Mexican Chilli Peppers
This is a great hot chilli to dry and have in a bowl on the table for quests to crush on their food as required, great talking point.
This fiery hot Pequin was picked from some wild bushes growing near the Mexican border by a Mexican friend of ours. They were taken to the village and dried in the sun and sent to us for our chilli pals to try. These seeds have not been produced by a dedicated chilli farmer as we say the are from the wild. This is our first year of selling them so lets see what we get.

15 seeds £1.50

Aji Colorado

Chilli Heat 5

Fleshy very tasty chilli coming from Bolivian Andes. Matures from green to red


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Chile de Onza

Chilli Heat 4

Chilli used in cooking and cultivated in Mexico; matures from green to brown.

10 seeds £1.50


Chile de Arbol

Chilli Heat 6

Meaning a 'tree like' plant with thick woody stems. Peppers are a delicate, slender, cayenne dark-red variety growing up to 3 inches long but thin. Bright brick red colour. From the Oaxaca, Jalisco and Nayarit regions of Mexico. Also known as Cola de rata, Rat's Tail or Cow Horn. Known in Mexico as the Birds Beak chilli. (Capsicum annuum)

10 seeds £1.50



Chilli Heat 7

Related to the Mexican Guajillo. Matures to a deep red, thin fleshed with a very fruity hot aroma. Easy available dried, it can be used for all purposes. Has a taste of liquorice. (Capsicum annuum)

10 seeds £1.50


Ali Hot Chilli Pepper

Chilli Heat 6

From pale yellow to light orange; fantastic in medium pots and borders. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)



Chilli Heat 5

From purplish spotted yellow, to orange to red; for small-medium pots and borders. Perfect for adding colour and heat to salads. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

10 seeds £1.50


Balloon Chilli Peppers

Chilli Heat Level 8+

UnUnique shaped fruits about 3" across with 3 or 4 flat square-tipped wings on sturdy 3-4' plants. Thin crunchy flesh, wings are sweet but the seeds and placenta are extremely hot. Does well in a pot, pinched out at the top to promote side shoots.

Indian PC-1 not naga jolokia chilli

Indian PC-1
Naga Jolokia????

Chilli Heat Level ???

This striking and very useful hot chilli from Assam an area in India close to the famous city of Tezpur, renowned for bringing us some of the hot varieties of chillies around. The chilli has a cited heat level of 855,000 SHU but it is very doubtful it holds this much heat!!!!  Probably it would be closer to 100,000 SHU if, that. Lots of pepper seed suppliers call it Naga Jolokia by mistake.  According to our informed local experts, the chilli tested with a heat level of 855,000 SHU was actually the Bhut Jolokia which in some parts of India is called Naga Jolokia, Naga being an area and Jolokia meaning Pepper or chilli.  This was the hot chilli tested with a recorded heat level of 855,000 SHU.  Indian PC-1 is a Capsicum annuum. As you can see from the photographs, the Indian PC-1 chilli (AMKA also mistakenly known as the Naga Jolokia) actually bears no resemblance to the Capsicum Chinense family to which all the hottest varieties belong. This is no reason not to grow it but please do not mistake it for the similarly named but much hotter Bhut/Bih Jolokia.
You could always grow it and prove us wrong J
£3 for 10 seeds


Black Pearl

A recent All-America Selections (AAS) Flower and Vegetable Award Winner.

A unique black leaved chilli pepper, greenish when young, changing to glossy black on maturity under sunny conditions. Bushy, well branched plants 45cm (18in) high with a 30cm (12in) spread, produce hot shiny black fruits, turning dark red. (Capsicum annuum)
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10 Seeds £2.50


Curry Chilli

The ultimate 'Curry Chilli'; A Cayenne type' Fruits are long, thin and puckered in appearance and can be harvested green, red or dried for chilli flakes. This variety was specifically bred for the Indian market.

10 Seeds £1.50


Chenzo Hot Chilli Peppers

Heat Level 5
A compact dark leaved Chilli Pepper with an elegant, arching habit and masses of Black Chillies which hand vertically under the branches. Chenzo is ideal for a Patio vegetable garden, mixed container or even a windowsill. The small fruit (5-6 cm) begin green when very small, then turn jet black before ripening fully to a bright red. At any point through the fruiting season there is fruit of 3 colours on the plant! (Capsicum frutescens)
£2.00 10 seeds

Cheyenne Chilli Peppers

Heat 9

A compact chilli pepper, great for display and cooking. Masses of medium-sized orange fruit that are just the right heat level. The plant holds fruit well for a long shelf life. The perfect addition to a Summer garden or Patio good companion to Apache, good performance in pot.

£2.00 10 seeds
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Chilli Heat Level 8

These peppers are a selection of variety with long, thing and hot fruits; from green to red. Great for drying or eating fresh, improved variety of Cayenne. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)


Jamaican Hot Red

Chilli Heat Level 8

Very compact, densely foliaged plants bear an abundance of bright red, thin-skinned hot peppers. This is a type of squash pepper. Interesting shape and spicy taste make this pepper good to eat fresh, pickle, or use as a garnish.


Yellow Mushroom

Chilli Heat Level 9

So named because of its peppers are the shape of a mushroom, it is also sometimes known as a squash pepper for its resemblance to a patty-pan squash. Maturing to light yellow, then finally to golden, this is an extremely hot fruit. Abundant harvests of these thin-skinned, 2 inch peppers, which are especially good pickled.



Chilli Heat 7

This is a fantastic plant to have, grows to about 18" as it matures fruit turn from yellow to red, like Spanish flag colours. Great to eat as well as look at ideal pots and borders. (Capsicum annuum)
£1.50 For 10 Seeds


Super Chilli

Chilli Heat level 8

Superb Thai variety with a very compact habit, Super Chilli is ideal for growing in pots on the windowsill or in containers on a sunny patio. Each highly decorative plant of Super Chilli carries a huge number of slender, pointed lime-green fruits which turn red, going hotter as they turn red. Ideal grown on a windowsill, in a greenhouse or on the patio. The pod size is 1 inch by 1/2 inch. (Capsicum annuum)

RHS Vegetable Collection and it was grown as part of a trial in 2008 receiving an RHS Award for Garden Merit. The Super Chilli has been around for a while and has won a number of awards including the 1988 All-America Selections winner in the vegetable category.


Orange Habanero

Chilli Heat Level 10

Our hot seeds were tested by Gardeners World Trial at 487,672 Scoville Heat Units, Heat Level 10+++ This seed is Certified Organic. The Habanero is one of the world's hottest and most renowned chillies. For the uninitiated even a tiny piece of Habanero would cause intense and very prolonged oral suffering. Underneath the heat is a delicate plum-tomato apple-like flavour. Grown in Mexico and the Caribbean. It has an irregular spheroid shape, with a small point, and is around 1 inch to 1-1/2 inch long. It is available in orange, green, yellow, scarlet, brown and deep red. It has a number of close relatives such as Scotch Bonnet and Rocoto. It is used mainly raw because it loses subtlety, but not heat, when cooked. The Habanero when ripe or dried and powdered has a unique apricot scent. (Capsicum Chinense)

10 seeds only £1.45


Maule's Red Hot Chilli Pepper

Chilli Heat Level 7+

This hot chilli is ideally suited to using to make chilli sauce and to be also used fresh or in a chilli con carne where lots of chilli flavour is needed. Produces lots of 6" to 8" fruits.
(Capsicum frutescens)


Aji Golden

Chilli Heat 5

This chilli is very productive and has very aromatic fruits (Capsicum baccatum)



Chocolate Habanero

450,000 ++++ Scoville Heat Units (SHU)
Heat Level 10++++
Studies by New Mexico State University says this hot chilli is one of the hottest peppers in the world. It derives its hot name from its brownish colour. 1.5 to 2.5 inches long by 1.5 to 2 inches wide. Matures from green to chocolate brown. (Capsicum Chinense)

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Caribbean Red Hot

Chilli Heat Level 10++++

Our seeds tested by Gardeners World Trial at 530, 283 Scoville Heat Units Heat Level 10++++, from the Caribbean, this is a really hot chilli. Regular Habanero tested at about 260,000 - 300,000 SHU. Bright red, wrinkled fruits are about 1-1/2 inches deep and 1 inch wide. (Capsicum Chinense)


Serrano Tampiqueño

Larger and longer pepper than other Serrano and with a unique hot spicy flavour. Capsicum annuum
Heat Level 5


Thai Denchai chilli seedsThai Denchai

From the region of Denchai, a small farming and merchant community in northern Thailand. Good sized pepper plant with about 10-12cm long dark red hot pods. A great variety from Thailand for adding spice to any dish. Capsicum annuum
Heat Level 7



Small bushy plant with large pods grows from bright purple, to orange to red; for pots, borders. Pods grow in bunches. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 7


See full size imageFantasia Seeds

A mound of flowers and pepper fruit from purplish spotted yellow, to orange to red; for pots, borders and greenhouse. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 5



One of the nicest hot plants we have seen. A fantastic talking point and great for anywhere you need heat and colour. Fruit turns from purplish to yellow to orange to red. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 5


Jamy Chilli

Bred from a hot pepper variety originally from Jamaica. Seeds are scarce for this very tasty fruit, they go from greenish-yellow to orange. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 6


Karl 1

Big pendant peppers, the plant is small and manageable for the size of fruit, for a easy picking. Fruit turning from green to red this is a good chilli for eating fresh as well as adding zing to a number of recipes.
Heat Level 5


Birds Eye Chilli Seeds

Birds Eye, 150,000-200,000 SHU, Heat Level 8+
This Chilli is a Birds Eye (Capsicum frutescens) and is a very hot pepper. These are found all over Africa, where they are also called, Congo, Mombassa, Pequin, Uganda and Zanzibar chillies. They are very small conical chillies' ranging from has small, slightly tapered fruit with a length of 1 to 2 cm and a diameter of 0.50 cm. They grow wild or semi-wild and are bright scarlet red. Used a lot in Asian and Thai cooking. Ideal chilli for drying and using as chilli powder. Also ideal for drying and infusing with olive oil for a salad dressing with some kick. Easy to grow and very nice shape. The fruit, when threaded into Ristras, dries well and makes a beautiful decoration around the kitchen. A must have chilli, can be trimmed to suit growing conditions.


Pyramid Chilli

Chilli Heat Level 8
Early, hot variety. Beautiful, compact plant producing small, conical, yellow fruits with lilac shading, turning red when ripe, this is a great one for the greenhouse or for the patio or house for a lovely splash of colour. £1.45 10 seeds


Red Cherry Small

Chilli Heat Level 6
Compact plant with good foliage. Small round fruits 4/5cms turning deep red when ripe. Meaty chilli with good flavour. Ideal used for stuffing with cheese, fish or meat and grilled.


Romanian Giallo

Chilli Heat Level 6
Great chilli for the patio or windowsill, produces early. Vigorous, compact plant producing small, long, conical light green fruits turning yellow when ripe.



Chilli Heat Level 6
Italian variety, early producer of hot chilli peppers. Compact plant producing bunches of conical dark green fruits which grow upwards, turning orange when ripe. Ideal to be grown in containers.


Chilli Focus Plant Food

This hot chilli pepper plant food is a precise formulation for optimal performance of chillies in pots, grow bags or even in the ground. One bottle would keep 2 plants going for the growing season (approximately)

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Chilli Focus Plant Food
Pack Size - 100 ml £2.20 inc VAT


Germination Powder

Our germination powder makes up 3 litres of solution

Helping you get the best from your peppers seeds.
We have recently completed trials germinating a selection of our very hot chilli seeds. We grew a tray with seeds soaked in our germination solution and a tray without and found a 50% increase in germination success rate.

Some hot chilli seeds can be tricky to germinate and do benefit from the germination solution and a germination temperature of between 80°F and 89°F. The pepper flowers also benefit from hand pollination with a paint brush. Our germination solution is available to help you get the best from germinating your hot seeds.

Germination Powder £1.20


Fresno [FREHS-noh]

This is one of the most versatile chilli peppers there are, use with or without seeds in stews, salads and fresh in salsas. This pepper is about the same size as a Jalapeno, only with broader shoulders. A bit hotter than the Jalapeno. 75 days to ripen. Plants grow to 30 inches.



Chilli Heat Level 9
An early, hot Italian chilli pepper. Compact plant which produces bunches of conical dark green fruits which grow upwards, turning bright red when ripe. Can also be grown in a container. Voted 9th hottest chilli by BBC Gardeners World TV in their 2006 Hottest Chilli Trials.


Pimientos de padron, Padron Chilli Pepper Seeds

Chilli Heat Level on the market.
This is a great all round chilli to have in the kitchen, it is a medium-sized, bushy plant. Medium to long flat, conical light green fruits, turning red when ripe. Meaty and very tasty. Classic Tapas variety from Galicia in Spain, pan fried in olive oil, sea salt and served with beer, what could be better! 

10 seeds only £1.75


Prairie Fire

Chilli Heat Level 8
Small bushy pepper plant fantastic as a pot plant for the house or patio. Pods mature through yellow and orange to red. Plant grows to 8 inches tall. Prolific with 100's of peppers on each plant. Pods stand upright above the foliage.

Firecracker Pequin
Chilli Heat Level 10
These striking multi-branching multi coloured plants with their brilliant coloured spicy fruits. Plants are soon covered with little cream, purple and orange that slowly mature to red. (Capsicum annuum).

Hot Portugal Chilli SeedsHot Portugal

Chilli Heat Level 5+
Sturdy upright plants, From Portugal very heavy yields. Large smooth, glossy, bright-scarlet, fiery hot fruits taper to pointed tips, grow 6" £1.45 10 seeds


Golden Nugget Chilli

Chilli Heat Level 5+
This is a fantastic looking pepper plant, not too big or too small it is great for borders, specimen plants, or pots. Variegated foliage, hundreds of golden yellow fruits, good for pickling or drying. Seeds are easy to germinate (Capsicum annuum)


hinkelhatz chilli pepper seedsHinkelhatz

Chilli Heat Level 6+
This pepper has been cultivated by the Pennsylvania Dutch for over 150 years. Is great used fresh in salads or in sandwiches. Ripens from green to red, hot fruits measure ¾" wide by 1½" - 2" long. (Capsicum annuum)


Brazilian Starfish

Chilli Heat level 6
A hot chilli, which like already the name says, the seeds originate from Brazil. Small plants produce a quantity of these very aesthetic fruits.



Chinese Pot Chilli

Chilli Heat Level 6+
Hundreds of chilli peppers per plant. Tiny ½" long fruits all point up and ripen from green to red and and stay on the plant for a long time. Great for drying and grinding or using whole. This is the plant to have in a pot around the patio or in the house, just trim it to the shape you want. (Capsicum annuum)



Chilli Heat Level is 8
This excellent pepper seeds produce very hot, thin-skin red chilli peppers, that can be used fresh for cooking or dried for storage and future use. The medium size peppers are popular for cooking in many hot spicy Chinese dishes. This variety is also an ideal ornamental plant in pots on the patio. (Capsicum annuum)


Pusa Jwala

Chilli Heat Level is 8
This is the most popular hot pepper grown and used in various spicy foods in India. This variety is also often called Finger Hot Indian Pepper. The umbrella type plant produces lots of fruits in green colour in early stage and later turning into red ripe. The matured hot pepper has high pungency, excellent to use fresh or dried. The fruit with wrinkled skin is about 4" in length. This variety has wide adaptability and is easy to grow in containers. (Capsicum annuum)


Goat Horn

Chilli Heat Level is 8
Seed is originally from Taiwan, this variety is very popular in China and Southeastern Asia for cooking and pickling uses. This is a chilli that is ideal as an all round pepper. Plants are very productive, setting lots of peppers for a long time. Easy to grow. Also a good variety for container. (Capsicum annuum)


Super Hot Thai

Chilli Heat Level is 8
This chilli pepper is a major improvement of Thai hot peppers, which have been well known for their strong spicy hot. Fruits with thin wall are green and will turn into deep red when matured. Small peppers of 0.9 cm x 7 cm in size are very hot, excellent for cooking or dehydration. The chillies are concentrated on the top of plants. This excellent variety starts producing matured peppers 70 days after transplanting and continues to bear lots of chillies for a long time. This variety has become one of the most popular peppers in the markets and is widely grown by farmers in Thailand and Southeastern Asia, due to its superior and prolific quality than the traditional varieties. Also a nice variety for the home garden. (Capsicum annuum)



Chilli Heat Level 10++++
Last seasons No. 1 best selling seeds Fatalii, the deadly hot pepper from the central African Republic.
Fatalii is a Habañero relative, but the fruit matures to bright yellow and is long, wrinkled and tapers to a point - about 2 to 3 inches long. The plants produce lots of peppers - they start producing early and finish late. Fatalii's have a fruity, almost citrus-like flavour and they make a very attractive-coloured hot sauce. (Capsicum Chinense)


Hot Purrira

Chilli Heat Level is 9
This seed is Certified Organic. This plant is one of the prettiest we have grown. 5 cm chilli that turn yellow to purple to orange to dark red. 2 ft tall plants with 2 inch long fruits that mature 70 days after transplanting. One of our best selling seed. (Capsicum frutescens)


Purple Tiger

Chilli Heat Level is 6
Amazingly beautiful small purple chilli pepper plant with variegated leaves, small tear drop shaped fruit turning green, purple and red when ripe, ideal for pots or in the house. (Capsicum annuum)

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Trinidad Congo

Chilli Heat Level 10+
In Trinidad, Habanero chillies are called "Congo chilli," and this one is an extra-large hot red Habanero type. At 2 inches long and wide, its peppers are significantly bigger and more ribbed than the typical red Habanero. They are also intensely hot and extremely productive. (Capsicum Chinense)


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NuMex Pinata (Multicoloured Jalapeno)

Chilli Heat Level 6+
NuMex Pinata seeds produce a multicoloured Jalapeno. The fruit changes from bright green to bright yellow then to orange and finally to red, it could become a favourite for salads and stir-fries with a bit of colour or for a colourful salsa.


Large Red Thick Cayenne

Chilli Heat Level 5+
Very useful plant packed with chillies, chillies are very hot. Fruit is 6" long and 1 1/4" wide. Great chilli for sauces, drying and adding heat to recipes. (Capsicum annuum) out of stock


Hot Cherry

Chilli Heat Level 7+++
A great tasting hot chilli and perfect for barbeques and parties. 1.5 to 2" wide mature to bright red. Great for stuffing with cheese and grilling. Upright plants to 20". Good yields. (Capsicum annuum)



Chilli Heat 6
Seed comes from Mexico, also written Puya, It is deep red, thin fleshed and attractively translucent with a fruity aromatic taste matures from green to red. Easy to dry and use all year round where heat and flavour are required in cooking. (Capsicum annuum)



Chilli Heat Level 8

Nice size interesting peppers, bred for maximum impact from green to bright yellow; for pots and borders. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)



Chilli Heat Level 8

Particular nail shaped, pink-salmon, hot fruits. Abundant chilli pepperson a great looking plant. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)



Criolla Sella

Coming from Bolivian Andes this is a rare and beautiful chilli, a great find and one to add to any peppers collection; from green to golden.




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