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7 Pod / 7 Pot Chilli Seeds

Currently one of the most sought after and difficult to obtain varieties.

The 7 Pod (sometimes called 7 Pot, as in 1 pod will spice seven pots of stew.) is a Chinense variety from Trinidad. This variety is matched for heat by just a small number of other Chinense varieties, namely the Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, the Naga Morich, and the Trinidad Scorpion below. The texture of the pods is very different to your average capsicum. Rather than the smooth, shiny surface of most peppers, the 7 pod has an almost paper-y texture and pods start lime green rather than the usual dark green. Seeds have been grown in Trinidad and not isolated so some cross pollination is possible and pure strain 7 pod cannot be guaranteed. Having said that, a 7 pod cross would be an even rarer pepper so don't let that put you off trying this great variety.
£4.00 10 Seeds

     
     
     
 

Trinidad Scorpion

Extremely rare chilli from the Caribbean. The irregular shape, thin pods have an excellent flavour and are similar in heat, as the Guinness World Record Holder. (Capsicum chinense)
£5.00 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
 

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Orange Bhut Jolokia

Orange Bhut Jolokia, very high yielder.  Very good flavour and extreme heat! The smallest amount can flavour a sauce so intensely it’s barely edible. Taking a small bite will cause watering eyes and a runny nose. (Capsicum chinense)
£5.00 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
 

CPI Bhut Jolokia

The world’s hottest chilli is the Bhut Jolokia originating in Assam in North East India. This Guinness World Book Record Holder variety is bred by The Chile Pepper Institute with an official Scoville heat rating (SHU) of 1,001,304 SHU twice that of the previous record holder,  the Red Savina.

A SHU stands for Scoville Heat Unit and is the amount of water needed before the chilli heat is undetectable. One drop of the Bhut Jolokia extract needs a million drops of water. (Capsicum chinense)
£4 for 10 seeds

     
     
Bih Jolokia Chilli  

Assam Bhut Jolokia

The smallest amount can flavour a sauce so intensely it’s barely edible. Taking a small bite will cause watering eyes and a runny nose.

Frontal Agritech in Assam, India had their locally grown Bhut Jolokia chillies HPLC-tested and reported a value of 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units, giving two independent results for Bhut Jolokia with no significant variation between them. (Capsicum chinense Jacq)
£4.00 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
Naga Morich Chilli Seeds  

Naga Morich

The Naga Morich 'snake or serpent chilli' is one of the world's most respected chillies. A recent sample of fresh fruit of the rare Bangladeshi Naga Morich chilli was tested by Warwick University using HPLC and registered a tongue numbing 1,598,227 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). To compare the Naga with the Bhut a HPLC test would need to be carried out on a dry sample as for the Bhut. The figures for this are showing that the comparable heat is around the 800,000 to 900,000 SHU. These original Naga Morich seeds have not been grown by gardeners at home, these are the genuine Naga Morich. Naga Morich is a close relative of Dorset Naga.

Currently Naga Morich seeds are scarce, and Naga seeds with proven provenance are even scarcer still. Our Naga Morich seeds come from certificated germination and heat tested stock. (Capsicum Chinense)
£4 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
 

Congo Black

Congo Black is a very sharp Habanero / Scotch Bonnet variety from the Caribbean. Very prolific medium-sized plants. (Capsicum Chinense)
15 seeds £2

     
     
     
 

Pico de Pajaro

Chilli Heat 5

The bird beak is a chilii Capsicum annuum variety from Mexico. The thin-walled peppers can be good for making into ristras hung in the kitchen and dried. (Capsicum annuum)
 

     
     
     
 

Chocolate Bhut Jolokia

Assam chilli growers Frontal Agritech have collected a chocolate version of the World’s hottest chilli Bhut Jolokia, Capsicum chinense Jacq.

This type is thought to be a natural variant of Bhut Jolokia. The initiative has been taken to select the genuine type in successive generations to give a pure variety. The chilli has a pungency level similar to the red/orange Bhut Jolokia. Pungency rating: Extremely hot.

The world’s hottest chilli is the Bhut Jolokia Originating in Assam in North East India. It is the Guinness World Record holder with an official Scoville heat rating (SHU) of 1,001,304 SHU twice that of the previous record holder, the Red Savina. Your chance to grow some of the hottest chillies in the world and that's official! We are proud to stock Bhut Jolokia Bred in New Mexico by The Chile Pepper Institute and Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Bred by Frontal Agritech in Assam, India, Naga Jolokia and Naga Morich.

Germination is AROUND 50%
10 seeds £2.50

     
     
     
 

Bishops Crown

Heat Level 6

From Barbados, this large plant produces three-sided peppers which resemble a Bishop's Crown. Sometimes called Fryers Hat or Monks Hat.  2.5 inches long. (Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum)

     
     
     
 

Gambia Red

Heat level is 9-10

Very large Habanero pods set up on large plants - super hot and excellent flavour. Comes from Africa. (Capsicum Chinense)
10 Seeds £2.00

     
     
     
 

Filius

Heat level is 8-9

Very nice ornamental chilli with violet flowers. First, black and purple, round fruits ripen after orange-brown, very Hot!
All chilli varieties, including ornamental chilli are edible. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Bonda Ma Jacque

Rare, aromatic Habanero chilli variety, comes from the Lesser Antilles, West Indies. Very hot! (Capsicum chinense)
10 seeds £2.00

     
     
 

Maya Pimento

Heat level is 8-10

This is a great early hot chilli, between 200,000 - 350,000 SHU
Beautiful chilli, earlier than the Habanero, 3-4" long, days to maturity (red ripe) – 90 days, nice size plant very colourful fruits (in the time to maturity stage), very hot – (Scoville rating- 200,000-350,000) (Capsicum chinense)

     
     
     
 

Maui Purple

Heat level is 7-8
Completely black plants look very attractive, very well suited as an ornamental. The first black fiery red peppers ripen and are suitable for drying. Very sharp, (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Guarda Cielo

A hot Italian chilli variety. Excellent for cooking, very attractive small plants well suited for the culture on the window sill. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
 

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.

     
     
     
 

Peter Pepper RED

Judged "MOST PORNOGRAPHIC PEPPER" By Organic Gardening Magazine
Heat level is 7-8
These interesting chilli peppers are a talking point for the gardener who has everything! Seeds are becoming scarcer and scarcer every year.
Peter Pepper/ Penis Pepper, this is bred for its phallic appearance. Red, orange or yellow, length between 7.5-10 cm. Extremely rare variety. (Capsicum annuum)
10 Seeds £2.00

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Peter Pepper YELLOW

Judged "MOST PORNOGRAPHIC PEPPER" By Organic Gardening Magazine
Heat level is 7-8
Peter Pepper/ Penis Pepper, this is bred for its phallic appearance. Red, orange or yellow, length between 7.5-10 cm. Extremely rare variety. (Capsicum annuum)
10 Seeds £2.00

     
     
     
 

Demon Red

Heat Level 10
Demon Red has been bred especially for the windowsill and pots. Demon Red is great for cooking and used fresh. 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.
10 Seeds £2.00

     
     
     
 

Pinocchio's Nose

Extra long, thin fruits with a good hot flavour perfect for use around the kitchen, excellent for hot sauces or for drying to make powders. Fruits ripen dark green to red. High yielding of fruits up to 25cm (10 inches) long. Bushy plants with a fantastic yield of 10 inch fruits. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Black Pearl

A unique black leaved chilli pepper, greenish when young, changing to glossy black on maturity under sunny conditions. Bushy, well branched plants 45cm (18in) high with a 30cm (12in) spread, produce hot shiny black fruits, turning dark red. (Capsicum annuum)
Picture thanks to http://www.chillisgalore.co.uk
10 Seeds £2.00

     
     
     
 

Super Chilli

Chilli Heat level 8
It is easy to grow: it germinates quickly and yields exceptionally well. As it matures, its colour changes from green to red. It's very hot to the taste when ripe. Use it as an ornamental plant, a hybrid plant or a compact plant. The pod size is 1 inch by 1/2 inch.

     
     
     
     
     
     
 

Khorika Jolokia

Capsicum annuum
Chilli Heat 5
This chilli is known as ‘khorika’ (meaning very thin stick) due to its slender shape. It belongs to the Capsicum annuum group. Very popular among the people of Assam and is frequently used for everyday consumption.

     
     
     
 

Sweet Chocolate Pepper
A delicious pepper, ripening from green to chocolate coloured on the outside and brick-red inside. Thick flesh, great for northern gardeners. Certified Organic.

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

Naga Morich
Chilli Heat Unbelievable
The Naga Morich 'snake or serpent chilli' is one of the world's most respected chillies. A recent sample of fresh fruit of the rare Bangladeshi Naga Morich chilli was tested by Warwick University using HPLC and registered a tongue numbing 1,598,227 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). These original Naga Morich seeds have not been grown by gardeners at home, these are the genuine Naga Morich. Naga Morich is a close relative of Dorset Naga. Currently Naga Morich seeds are scarce, and Naga seeds with proven provenance are even scarcer still. Our Naga Morich seeds come from certificated germination and heat tested stock.
£4 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

Spagna
Chilli Heat 7
This is a fantastic plant to have, grows to about 18" as it matures fruit turn from yellow to red, like Spanish flag colours. Great to eat as well as look at ideal pots and borders. (Capsicum annuum)
£2.00 For 15 Seeds

     
     
     
 

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)

     
     
     
 

NuMex Suave Orange
Now this is a really special chilli pepper, back in stock by popular demand. Breed by the Chile Pepper Institute for people that enjoy the fantastic flavour of Habañero but not that much heat.

This chilli is the same family as a Habanero, Capsicum Chinense. The word "suave" is Spanish for mellow, smooth or mild. The Red Savina measures 577,000 SHUs, the hottest in the world and the Orange Suave measures 835 SHUs. The Chile Pepper Institute have developed these two chillies with all the flavours of the Habanero but less heat. These are must have chillies for cooks who like the taste of the Habanero. Capsicum Chinense have unique flavours but most people can not taste them because of the heat. The Suaves have a citrus like flavour with an orange lemony overtone with an apricot aroma.

The heat is in the back of the mouth and throat and not on the lips and tongue. Each plant can yield up to 100 fruits. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     

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Makes a great salsa or salad addition.

     
     
     
 

NuMex Suave Red
This chilli is the same family as a Habanero, Capsicum Chinense. The word "suave" is Spanish for mellow, smooth or mild. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

Cheyenne Chilli Pepper
Heat 9
A compact chilli pepper, great for display and cooking. Masses of medium-sized orange fruit that are just the right heat level. The plant holds fruit well for a long shelf life. The perfect addition to a Summer garden or Patio good companion to Apache, good performance in pot.

     
     
     
 

Chenzo Hot Chilli Pepper
Chilli Heat 5
A compact dark leaved Chilli Pepper with an elegant, arching habit and masses of Black Chillies which hand vertically under the branches. Chenzo is ideal for a Patio vegetable garden, mixed container or even a windowsill. The small fruit (5-6 cm) begin green when very small, then turn jet black before ripening fully to a bright red. At any point through the fruiting season there is fruit of 3 colours on the plant! (Capsicum frutescens)

     
     
     
 

Aji Golden
Chilli Heat 5
This chilli is very productive and has very aromatic fruits (Capsicum baccatum)

     
     
     
 

Aji Habanero
Chilli Heat 7
From South America, the fruits mature from green to yellow to orange. (Capsicum baccatum)

     
     
     
 

Aji Norteno
Chilli Heat 7
Chillies from Peru the fruit mature to yellow, red and orange colours and measure about 3 to 4 inches long and 3/4 inch across.

     
     
     
   

Cielo Rojo Pequin (Red Sky Pequin)
Heat 9
A Wild Mexican Chilli Pepper
This is a great chilli to dry and have in a bowl on the table for quests to crush on their food as required, great talking point.
This fiery hot Pequin was picked from some wild bushes growing near the Mexican border by a Mexican friend of ours. They were taken to the village and dried in the sun and sent to us for our chilli pals to try. These seeds have not been produced by a dedicated chilli farmer as we say the are from the wild. This is our first year of selling them so lets see what we get.

     
     
     
 

Aji Colorado
Chilli Heat 5
Fleshy very tasty chilli coming from Bolivian Andes. Matures from green to red.

     
     
     
 

Alba
Chilli Heat 5
Perfect for small spaces turning from pale yellow to orange to red; for small pots and borders.
Variety bred by Mario Dadomo
(Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
     
     
 

Albufeira
Chilli Heat 7
This is a special selection of "Piri Piri"; a fantastic producer, great for using fresh or for drying, matures from green to red. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
     
     
 

Chile de Onza
Chilli Heat 4
Chilli used in cooking and cultivated in Mexico; matures from green to brown.

     
     
     
 

Chupetinho
Chilli Heat 9
From Brazil, very unusual typical nipple shape; from pale yellow, to orange to red this is a very good looking plant.

     
     
     
 

Chile de Arbol
Chilli Heat 6
Meaning a 'tree like' plant with thick woody stems. Peppers are a delicate, slender, cayenne dark-red variety growing up to 3 inches long but thin. Bright brick red colour. From the Oaxaca, Jalisco and Nayarit regions of Mexico. Also known as Cola de rata, Rat's Tail or Cow Horn. Known in Mexico as the Birds Beak chilli. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Pulla
Chilli Heat 7
Related to the Mexican Guajillo. Matures to a deep red, thin fleshed with a very fruity aroma. Easy available dried, it can be used for all purposes. Has a taste of liquorice. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Ali Hot Chilli Peppers
From pale yellow to light orange; fantastic in medium pots and borders. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat 6

     
     
     
 

Bassotto
From purplish spotted yellow, to orange to red; for small-medium pots and borders. Perfect for adding colour and heat to salads. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat 5

     
     
     
 

Belpicèn
From purplish spotted yellow, to orange to red; for small-medium pots great for a splash of colour around the house. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat 5

     
     
     
 

Brasileiro
Selection of variety coming from Brazil; from green to red, medium sized plant fleshy chilli great tasting. Perfect with salad raw or on the barbeque. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat 5

     
     
     
 

Cayenna
selection of variety with long, thing and hot fruits; from green to red. Great for drying or eating fresh, improved variety of Cayenne. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat Level 8

     
     
     
 

Thai Cooker
Chilli Heat Level 8
This is an excellent chilli for cooking Asian food. These seeds were brought back for us by a Thai friend. If you only had room for one chilli at home this would need to be it.

     
     
     
 

Tongues of Fire
Chilli Heat Level 8
Great new low growing chilli, perfect for borders or pots around a sheltered patio. Very compact, densely foliaged plants bear an abundance of light green chillies turning bright red, thin-skinned medium hot chillies. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)

     
     
     
 

Jamaican Hot Red
Chilli Heat Level 8
Very compact, densely foliaged plants bear an abundance of bright red, thin-skinned hot peppers. This is a type of squash pepper. Interesting shape and spicy taste make this pepper good to eat fresh, pickle, or use as a garnish.

     
     
     
 

Yellow Mushroom
Chilli Heat Level 9
So named because of its shape resembling a mushroom, it is also sometimes known as a squash pepper for its resemblance to a patty-pan squash. Maturing to light yellow, then finally to golden, this is an extremely hot fruit. Abundant harvests of these thin-skinned, 2 inch peppers, which are especially good pickled.

     
     
     
 

Caribbean Red Hot
Chilli Heat Level 10++++
Our seeds tested by Gardeners World Trial at 530, 283 Scoville Heat Units Heat Level 10++++, from the Caribbean, this is a really hot chilli. Regular Habanero tested at about 260,000 - 300,000 SHU. Bright red, wrinkled fruits are about 1-1/2 inches deep and 1 inch wide. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

Orange Habanero
Chilli Heat Level 10
Our seeds tested by Gardeners World Trial at 487,672 Scoville Heat Units, Heat Level 10+++ This seed is Certified Organic. The Habanero is one of the world's hottest and most renowned chillies. For the uninitiated even a tiny piece of Habanero would cause intense and very prolonged oral suffering. Underneath the heat is a delicate plum-tomato apple-like flavour. Grown in Mexico and the Caribbean. It has an irregular spheroid shape, with a small point, and is around 1 inch to 1-1/2 inch long. It is available in orange, green, yellow, scarlet, brown and deep red. It has a number of close relatives such as Scotch Bonnet and Rocoto. It is used mainly raw because it loses subtlety, but not heat, when cooked. The Habanero when ripe or dried and powdered has a unique apricot scent. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

Balloon Chilli Pepper
Chilli Heat Level 8+
Unique shaped fruits about 3" across with 3 or 4 flat square-tipped wings on sturdy 3-4' plants. Thin crunchy flesh, wings are sweet but the seeds and placenta are extremely hot. Does well in a pot, pinched out at the top to promote side shoots.

     
     
     
 

Cedrino
nice size interesting fruits, bred for maximum impact from green to bright yellow; for pots and borders. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Chilli Heat Level 8

     
     
     
 

Maule's Red Hot Chilli Pepper
Chilli Heat Level 7+
This chilli is ideally suited to using to make chilli sauce and to be also used fresh or in a chilli con carne where lots of chilli flavour is needed. Produces lots of 6" to 8" fruits. (Capsicum frutescens)

     
     
     
 

Naga Jolokia (Indian PC-1)
Chilli Heat Level 8+
This striking and very useful chilli from Assam an area in India close to the famous city of Tezpur, renowned for bringing us some of the hottest varieties around. 21/2" chillies, The chilli has a cited heat level of 855,000 SHU but it is very doubtful it holds this much heat!!!!
£4 for 10 seeds

     
     
     
 

Chocolate Habanero
450,000 ++++ Scoville Heat Units (SHU)
Heat Level 10++++
Studies by New Mexico State University says this chilli is one of the hottest chillies in the world. It derives its name from its brownish colour. 1.5 to 2.5 inches long by 1.5 to 2 inches wide. Matures from green to chocolate brown. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

Clavo
particular nail shaped, pink-salmon, hot fruits. Abundant chilli on a great looking plant. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 8

     
     
     
 

Criolla Sella
Coming from Bolivian Andes this is a rare and beautiful chilli, a great find and one to add to any chilli collection; from green to golden.

     
     
     
     
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