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Achard

Heat level is 7-8

Tall good looking plant, great heat for cooking with. The pendent fruit is pungent, elongated, averaging 9 cm in length and 3 cm wide, turning from a light green to a vivid red.

1.45 10 seeds

     
 
     

Chilli De Banco

Chilli Heat 7

A type of Coban, hanging fruits, from green to red, a great looking plant. (Capsicum annuum) Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
 
     

Black Hungarian

Chilli Heat 4

Highly ornamental and useful in the kitchen. Green foliage is highlighted by purple veins and beautiful purple flowers. Sturdy plants grow 30-36" tall. Produces abundant yields of 3-4" fruits similar in shape to jalapenos, but shiny black ripening to red. Good flavour. (Capsicum annuum)

     
 
     

Border

Chilli Heat 5

Chilli fruit goes from green to red; for borders and medium pots. This is lovely as a house plant, pluck a fruit as you need one. (Capsicum annuum) Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
 
     

Hinklehatz Yellow

Chilli Heat Level 6+

Cultivated by the Pennsylvania Dutch for over 150 years. Traditionally used extensively for pickling and making chilli vinegar. Is great used fresh in salads or in sandwiches. Ripens from green to red, fruits measure ¾" wide by 1½" - 2" long. (Capsicum annuum)

     
 
     

Sahara

Chilli Heat 7

Using a rare variety coming from Egypt this new chilli has been developed. Fruit turns from green to red. (Capsicum annuum) Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
 
     

Zaino

Chilli Heat 9

Chilli plant grows between 40 to 50cm and fruit turns from blackish to red add a splash of colour to the house or patio ideal for borders. (Capsicum annuum) Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

 

     
 
     

Crest

Chilli Heat 5

This is a really nice chilli to have, as well as being good to look at it is great in the kitchen, from green to red. (Capsicum annuum) Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

 

     
 
     

Wenks Yellow Hots

Chilli Heat 5

This is a great all rounder for all the cooks out there. Medium hot fruit with thick, waxy yellow walls, ripening to bright orange and then to red, 2-4" long, blunt tipped fruits.

(Capsicum annuum)

 
 
 

Hot Lemon, Lemon Drop

Heat Level 8++
Lovely crisp yellow chilli, perfect to add heat and taste to any dish. These 1-1/2 to 2" long by 1/2 to 3/4" wide wrinkled fruits mature to a bright yellow. Ideal to freeze for use all year. They have a nice lemon flavour. This chilli is very prolific and is ideal for over wintering and growing successfully the following year with a very good harvest. (C.baccatum)

     
 
     

Rocoto Yellow

Heat Level 8+
A chilli much used in Mexico. Its size and shape are like small eggs. Its heat level is around 8 and it has an apple flavour. Originally from South America, the Rocoto also known as Manzano chilli it is one of the few chillies that are cultivated in Mexico that are not included in the Capsicum annuum species. It is part of the Capsicum pubescens species from the Andes region. Its name of "Manzano", meaning apple, it has others such as chilli Peron, chilli Caballo and chilli Ciruelo. It is very resistant to low temperatures. ( Capsicum Pubescens)
Photo credit to Joe Carrasco
http://www.rocoto.com/oldsite/2001_garden.html

     
 
     

Fat Rocoto Competition / Manzano Orange

Heat Level 8+
This is a great chilli with the perfect combination of heat and flavour for a wide variety of dishes fresh and cooked. It is called Locoto in Bolivia (Capsicum Pubescens)
Photo credit to Joe Carrasco
http://www.rocoto.com/oldsite/2001_garden.html

     
 
     

Rocoto / Manzano Red

Heat Level 8+
This is a great chilli with the perfect combination of heat and flavour for a wide variety of dishes fresh and cooked. It is called Locoto in Bolivia (Capsicum Pubescens)
Photo credit to Joe Carrasco
http://www.rocoto.com/oldsite/2001_garden.html

     
 
     

Thailand

Heat Level 8
Fantastic for Thai and all Asian dishes and for hanging up to dry for use all year, Elongated fruits with pointed end, more or less wrinkled, 3 to 5 cm long, 0,8 cm diameter. Fruits are generally pendant. Fruit colour is dark green to vivid red at full maturity. Upright plant habit.

     
 
     

Yellow Scotch Bonnet, (Big Sun)

Heat Level is 9-10
Very closely related to the Habanero chilli, the Scotch Bonnet (or Bahamian, Bahama Mama, Jamaican Hot or Martinique Pepper) is just about as hot. It has a similar apple-cherry tomato flavour. Like the Habanero, it is spherical, although rather more squashed in shape and it is smaller, 3.25-4 cm in diameter. Native to the Caribbean. It is great for salsas and sauces. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
 
     

Demon Red

Heat Level 10
Great for cooking with. Fruits are elongated, with slightly rounded end, 5 to 6 cm long, 0,8 cm diameter. Fruit colour is bright green to vivid red at maturity. Very hot. Upright compact plant habit, perfect for containers. Upright fruits, concentrated in clusters.

     
 
     

Ring of Fire

Heat Level is 6
Ring of Fire, Cayenne type chilli this is ideal for cooking with or drying and grinding into powder. 4 inch long thin chillies, red when ripe after 80 days. Very abundant 2 foot plants form a perfect shape. (Capsicum annuum)

     
 
     

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)

Read More or buy below

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 80F and 89F. 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

     
 
     

Red Habanero

300,000 + SHU. Heat Level 10+++
The fruit shape and size are much like the regular Orange Habanero, wrinkled 1 inch to 1-1/2 inch long peppers with a tapered end. These peppers turn a brilliant red upon maturity and grow in abundance on 3-1/2 foot tall plants. Hot enough to suit even the most dedicated heat seeker. The Habanero is one of the world's hottest and most renowned chillis. For the uninitiated even a tiny piece of Habanero would cause intense and prolonged oral suffering. Underneath the heat is a delicate plum-tomato apricot, apple-like flavour. This bright red version of Habanero is one hot pepper. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
 
     

Red Scotch Bonnet Caribbean Antillais

Heat Level is 9-10
The Scotch Bonnet is not the same chilli as the Habanero they are of the same species but the Scotch Bonnet is not a Cultivar. The Scotch Bonnet has a different shape - one which closely resembles a Scot's bonnet - so it is very easy to differentiate the two. It grows mainly in the Caribbean islands while the Habanero grows mainly in Latin and North American. The flavour of the two, however, is very similar as is their heat Level. The Scotch Bonnet Red is 1 to 1-1/2 inches in diameter, is irregularly shaped. Some say the flavour is even more tropical and fruity than the Habanero. It is great for salsas and sauces. (Capsicum Chinense).

     
 
     

Red Scotch Bonnet

Heat Level 10+
The Safi chilli is an African strain of Scotch Bonnet which is very hot and full of flavour. Fruits are globular square shape and wrinkled, 5 cm long and 4 cm diameter. One of the brightest red chillies we have seen, its colour changes from light green to bright red at full maturity. Plant is 60 to 80 cm high, with dense medium green foliage. (Capsicum Chinense Jacq)

     
 
     

Serrano

[seh-RRAH-noh]
Heat Level is 7
The Serrano, meaning 'from the mountains', is native to Mexico and south-west America. It is widely believed to be the hottest chilli by many Americans who adore it in its red or green form. It can be best described as bullet-shaped. It can be threaded on string and dried for a colourful ornament. (Capsicum annuum)

     
 
     

SUNNY

Heat Level 8++
Fruits are long and thin, with pointed end, 13 cm long, 1,4 cm diameter. Dark green colour to vivid red. Pendant fruits on a slim plant can be grown in a 125mm pot. This is a great plant to add to your collection and is ideal for all types of cooking especially for stir fries and for drying to be used all year round.

     
 
     

Thai Dragon

Heat Level 7
Red Thai Dragon chillis are 3 inches long and 1/2 inch wide and about 6 times hotter than Jalapenos. Two foot Thai Dragon pepper plants are high yielding, with a strong well-branched habit to support the heavy fruit set. Each plant can produce 150 to 200 chillies! Very good flavour. Use Thai Dragon fresh or hang up its heavy branches of ripe chilli fruits to easily air dry for a colourful and abundant supply all year long. (Capsicum frutescens)

     
 
     

Redskin

Dwarf Bell Pepper, Perfect For Barbeques
Height 12" to 18" Great for display or cooking, Medium sized 4 to 5" fruit turn red on ripening very early fruiting with excellent yield. Holds fruit well for a long shelf life has a compact upright habit. Ideal for growing in pots or containers. (Capsicum Annum)

2.00 10 seeds

     
 
     

Apache

Heat Level 5
Height 18" An attractive dwarf Chilli Pepper, Great for display and cooking, Excellent yield of 7cm long pointed fruit, Makes a superb pot or patio plant, fruits all summer long. (Capsicum frutescens)

2.00 10 seeds

     
 
     

Mohawk, Bell Pepper

perfect for adding to spicy dishes for a bit of crunch
Height 12" to 16" Great for display or cooking, very early and high yielding 4 to 5" attractive golden – orange fruits, compact spreading plant, Excellent for pots or containers. (Capsicum Annum)

2.00 10 seeds

     
 
     

Santa Fe Grande Chilli Pepper

Heat Level is 6
well adapted for the UK short-season growing, Once seen growing everyone wants one, this is the fastest selling plant at shows we attend. Starting off yellow, they turn orange or red when mature. Santa Fe Grande's have a slightly sweet taste and are medium-hot to hot in pungency. They may be used in both cooked and raw dishes. The peppers 5 cm long and 2.5 cm wide, shaped like an egg with a point on one end. (Capsicum annuum).

     
 
     

Chiltepin

Heat Level 10+++
The Chiltepin/Tepin can be over wintered and re grown the following season. Referred to the "mother of all hot peppers" the chiltepin is even hotter than the Habanero. These tiny chillis can be dried and crumbled on top of food or added to soups, stews, salsas, chorizo or any dish where some heat and flavour is appropriate. Chiltepin are hard to find and hand harvested. Chiltepins are one of the few crops in the world which are harvested in the wild rather than cultivated. The Tarahumara Indians of the Sonoran Desert in Mexico believe that chiltepins were the greatest protection against the evils of sorcery. (Capsicum annuum) out of stock see Mexican Pequins for a similar variety

     
 
     

Santaka

Heat Level 5
This is a very tasty Japanese chilli. A very dark red fruit grows upright, . It is ideally suited for growing in containers. It is a great chilli for hanging in the kitchen and drying for use all year. (Capsicum annuum)

     
 
     

Burkina Yellow Habanero

Heat Level 10++
Habanero from the Caribbean, Fruits are globular elongated shape, wrinkled, with pointed end. Very pungent and full of flavour. Average length: 4 to 5 cm long, 3 to 4 cm diameter. Average weight: 7g. Fruit colour changes from light green to a striking yellow at full maturity. Pendant fruits. Plant is 55 to 65 cm high, light green foliage.

     
 
     

Jamaican Red Mushroom

Heat Level 9+
Lots of interesting fruit on a compact plant. Does well in pots. Maturing to a bright red colour wrinkled peppers, this is an extremely hot Habanero chilli. A great chilli for sauces and to use fresh on salsa and summer salads. A good harvest of these thin-skinned crunchy, 2 inch peppers, which are especially good dried or fresh in summer salsas. (Capsicum Chinense)

10 seeds 99p
 
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