chilli plants - A Selection
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Tasty Chilli Peppers - perfect for cooking Chilli Pepper Apache F1: a medium hot, red Chilli. Great for the patio as it is perfect for growing in pots or growbags. Chilli Pepper Basket of Fire: A prolific fruiting variety which is dripping with small hot fruits on a compact leafy semi-trailing plant. The fruits mature from deep purple to cream and orange to bright red. Chilli Pepper Cayenetta: a compact branching cayenne type chilli. It has a very neat, attractive habit and produces a large
An early and extremely hot cayenne pepper. Produces a good crop of 10cm (4) long, narrow, pointed fruits, which change colour throughout the season. Ideal for sunny patio or conservatory. Rating 70,000-85,000 SHU (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.)
Small, upright yellow-green fruits about 1in. long turning scarlet when ripe. Chili Pepper 'Tabascois extremely hot
The leaves have a beautiful shine and their structure secures low water use, making them ideal for hanging baskets. The plants are quick in showing fruit and the fruit colours fast. Plus they will continue to produce new fruit in quick succession once you begin to harvest them! Plants grow to around 25cm tall before beginning to cascade. Medium Heat 30,000+ SHU. Height 20-30cm (8-12). Supplied in a 10cm pot.
Chili 'Aji Delight' is most unusual in the chili world as it actually has no heat - it's packed full of flavour though and is perfect for salads and cooking alike. A vigorous, strong growing plant that will produce a large crop of bullet shaped fruits.
The Fresno is a big crowd pleaser. Easy to grow and easy to eat... these tasty pods are such a treat. A great variety for pickling or cooking. A very versatile pepper making it a must have for your garden. Rating 7,000-10,000. (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.)
There?s no shortage of F1 vigour in this productive variety. Chilli Pepper 'Apache' produces heavy crops of bullet shaped, green fruits that gradually ripen to scarlet red. Each Chilli Pepper reaches up to 7cm long making an attractive display as the fruits ripen.
One of the best known chilli peppers for adding a hot, pungent flavour to your favourite dishes and sauces. Chilli Pepper ?Cayenne? is an upright variety producing good yields. The slender, red peppers reach up to 15cm (6) long with a slightly wrinkled appearance when fully ripe.
These peppers might look small, but they certainly make up for size when it comes to flavour! One bushy plant will give you a non-stop summer crop of literally hundreds of mini, extremely hot peppers. (Capsicum annuum)
Pepper (Chilli) Plant Fiery FlamesOur Windowsill Range - Rainy Days will allow anyone to grow a chilli pepper plant from their very own windowsill. Producing handfuls of fiery red chilli peppers this vegetable plant makes the picture-perfect addition to any windowsill, conservatory or greenhouse.The fruit ripens from green to red, producing chilli peppers that are 3cm long and 1 cm wide. This vegetable plant is compact making it the perfect size to sit happily on any windowsill.Strong upward
Position: full sun; Soil: humus-rich, moisture retentive soil; Rate of growth: average; Hardiness: tender (will need winter protection); Dimensions: 21cm x 8cm x 8cm If you love to add chillies to your cooking, then this kit is a fun way to grow them on your windowsill. It contains a packet of 'Pikito' seeds, which produces compact plants that can yield as many as 75 chillies each! Each kit contains one chilli shaped ceramic planter, potting compost, one packet of Chilli 'Pikito' seeds, and
A stunning 'ornamental edible' for the windowsill, patio container or hanging basket. Compact habit with masses of eye-catching, small, oval purple fruits sitting above the foliage and turning red on maturity. From British breeding and suitable for indoor, outdoor or greenhouse growing. Just spicy enough to add a kick to your cooking.
Originally from Thailand, this hot pepper makes a lovely impression in a patio container. These ornamental plants are decked out with up to 200 small fruits that ripen to fiery red. Can be used fresh or dried to make an excellent chilli powder. Rating 50,000-70,000 SHU (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli).
Unusual shaped fruit with 'wings' with a fruity and mild flavour. Crunchy and crisp with a floral fragrance as they mature. Can be grown in pots on a patio or greenhouse. Ripens from green to red. 90-120cm tall plants. 5-9cm fruit. AAS WINNER. Can be used fresh in salads or cooked in any recipe that calls for peppers and a slight heat. 1000SHU. Supplied in a 10cm pot.