chilli plants - A Selection
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Certainly the biggest pepper we've ever grown, with giant fruits up to 10x20cm (4x8) in size, starting green and turning to an attractive dark red. Excellent flavour; ideal for stuffing, for slicing, for salads or the barbecue.
Tasty, tapering red peppers up to 20cm (8) long, which can be harvested either green or red. They have a sweet, crisp, full-bodied flavour that makes them popular among chefs - fresh in salads, fried, stuffed or just grilled on the BBQ. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
A large, long pepper which can reach up to 25cm in length. Crispy, juicy and sweeter than block peppers, they can be eaten raw in a salad but is also delicious fried. Please note: There is a possibility that your plant will include a grafting clip, if it does, this is an integral part of the grafting process and that it should be left in place. As the plant grows it will naturally shrug off the clip. Harvest July-October. Height 40-50cm (16-20); spread 30-40cm (12-16). Supplied in 10cm pots.
A great chilli, producing good crops of slender chilli peppers that will certainly spice up your culinary life! Rating 30,000-50,000 SHU (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.)
An early maturing, heavy cropping pepper, producing large, uniform, blocky-shaped peppers that turn from dark green to bright red as they mature. Resistant to cucumber mosaic virus. Supplied in a 10cm pot.
Pepper Sweet Grafted Plants - CollectionThe collection that contains three excellent sweet pepper varieties.Three first-class peppers, all of which show excellent virus resistance and will produce a good crop of tasty peppers! Collection contains three plants (1 of each variety):F1 Milena - A strong vigorous orange pepper. This pepper plant will produce heavy crops of these mouth-watering medium-sized peppers. The F1 Milena is strong growing and early maturing, producing beautifully uniformly
A strong-growing, early-maturing, heavy-cropping pepper, producing large, uniformly-shaped fruit with thick walls that colour to a deep orange at full maturity. Well adapted to growing in an unheated greenhouse or outdoors from late spring. Please note: There is a possibility that your plant will include a grafting clip, if it does, this is an integral part of the grafting process and that it should be left in place. As the plant grows it will naturally shrug off the clip. Harvest July-October.
A Cayenne type of hot pepper, Peperone Fuego has 15cm long, tapering fruits, which turn from green to fiery red. The compact, upright plant habit of Peperone Fuego produces fruits in abundance on short internodes. Pick regularly throughout the summer.
Habanero Orange chilli Seed.
Very long fruits (15-25cm) with a distinctive ‘curl’ at the end – hence the name Longhorn!High yielding with copious spicy fruits, the plants can withstand intense heat/sun without damage to the fruitSeriously productive 100cm plants may need a little support with the weight of all the fruit15-20,000 SHU
Said to be the world¿s hottest, this Pack of Bhut Jolokai Pepper Seeds produces chillies rated at over 1 million scovilles so take great care. One of the very best for flavour, simply plant between February and April for harvest in July through October.
An attractive and prolific variety, this Pack of California Wonder Sweet Pepper Seeds produces thick walled, red and green 'bell-shaped' peppers with a mild and sweet flavour. Ideal for salads, frying or stuffing, simply plant between February and April for harvest in July through October.
A strong-growing chilli pepper that will provide you with a plentiful supply of top quality chillies approximately 16cm (6) in length, which ripen from green to vibrant red.Why do we call them Turbo? Because we've taken the best varieties available and grafted them onto extremely vigorous-growing root stock. Commercial crops have been grown in this way for a while and have been shown to:Be more vigorous, producing larger plants. Have greater resistance to pests and diseases. Have less
Hot Pepper Chilli Shake (Capsicum annuus) is a superb mix with a wide range of colours shapes and sizes. Best grown in a greenhouse.
Sweet and incredibly tasty, long 'Romano' peppers