Chili Pepper

Chili Pepper 

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  • In spite of its slightly confusing name, Aji Habanero is a pure Capsicum baccatum variety with a mild heat. The plants are easy to grow, with an open growth habit, and produce an abundant crop of rich orange chillies which ripen early in the season.Excellent for eating fresh when the complex flavour can be really appreciated. They also dry extremely...
  • Originally from Mexico but brought to Anaheim, California in the early 1900’s. Produces lots of full flavoured peppers, usually picked when still green. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 50 seeds.
  • Neat compact plants bearing a prolific crop of medium hot green (turning to red) chillies.Patio type - grows to 45 cm. tall.RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.Rating 70,000-80,000 scoville heat units. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 8 seeds.
  • An attractive plant whose bullet-shaped fruits go through various colour changes throughout the season. Ideal for patio containers or a sunny conservatory. Scoville rating approximately 50,000. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 12 seeds.
  • This variety is for lovers of very hot dishes. It is one of the world's hottest chili peppers, measuring in at 1.000.000 units on the 'Scoville scale. So it's a very, very, very hot pepper.Produces an abundance of 5-8 cm long, orange/red pods, which can be frozen or dried.Ideal for pot or greenhouse growing. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 9 seeds.
  • An extremely hot variety that grows 5 cm. long, wrinkled fruits. They ripen from green to yellow.100.000–350.000 Scovilles. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 100 seeds.
  • Productive heirloom variety producing fiery fruits with crunchy 'bite'. Clusters of hot, spicy peppers on dense plants. The biggest crops will be in the greenhouse but will also grow outdoors. If harvested early, the green chillies have a milder taste. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 15 seeds.
  • Well-known and high-yielding variety that grows long, slim, wrinkled fruits, which ripen from green to red.30.000 - 50.000 Scovilles. Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 100 seeds.
  • The dark brown, almost black flesh of this Mexican type is sometimes used fresh to spike enchiladas, chilli sauce and stews.When it is dried and smoked it really comes into its own. It then becomes known as a pasilla, meaning 'little raisin', because of its sweet, berry-like flavour with distinct hints of chocolate.Essential for an authentic Mexican mole...
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