chilli plants - A Selection
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This chocolatey brown pepper looks harmless enough ?Don?t be fooled, it packs an extraordinary punch of up to 425,000 Scoville units per pepper, make it one of the hottest! If you can take the heat, then these large Habaneros also have a rich and smokey flavour that is unlike any other chilli pepper you?ve tasted.
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.)
For lovers of hot chillies Chilli Bhut Jolokia is unsurpassable! Measuring in at 1,000,000 units on the 'Scoville scale!, it's a very very very hot pepper! (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.) Ideal for pot or greenhouse growing, it produces an abundance of 5-8cm long, orange/red pods, which can be frozen but are better dried.
Pick small and green for the lower levels of heat. As they mature to red, the heat increases. Excellent added to stir fries, stuffed or grilled. 2,000-3,000 SHU (SHU measured in Scoville heat units). Supplied in a 10cm pot.
Prepare for blast-off with this hot chilli pepper. Wonderful for producing fiery dishes and widely used in Mexican dishes.
Chilli Pepper 'Naga Red' will add plenty of heat to your favourite dishes. The tapered fruits are produced freely, ripening from pale green to scarlet. Chilli Peppers make an attractive plant for a sunny, sheltered spot on the patio, but have the best chances of fully ripening if grown in the greenhouse.
Neat compact plants bearing a prolific crop of medium hot green (turning to red) chillies. Grows to 45cm (18) tall. Patio type. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Rating 70,000-80,000 SHU. (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.)
Tasty Chili 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 grow bags. 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
Verve Scotch Bonnet Chilli Seed.
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)
A really attractive Italian Heirloom variety with spicy hot long thin red pepper pods. Use red for hot chilli sauce use fresh for pizza chilli dishes or dry for winter use and chilli flakes. Plants are easy to grow and produce generous crops of peppers with a rich hot flavour.
We love growing Chilli Peppers - they are the most attractive plants to grow in a conservatory or on a sunny window ledge. Pretty white flowers, followed by months and months of brightly coloured fruits that add a fiery kick to your cooking.
The unusual foliage and colourful chillies which ripen from dark purple to bright red give Zimbabwe Black a striking appearance. This is a Capsicum annuum cultivar with a densely branched growth habit producing masses of colourful flowers and fruit. Rating 20,000-30,000 SHU (Rating measured in Scoville heat units - SHU. The higher the rating the hotter the chilli.)
Savour the incredible, tropical taste of this almost fire-free habanero, this chilli flaunts all the distinctive habanero flavour but minus the heat!
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.)