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All seeds are £1.75 per packet, unless stated otherwise, each packet contains an average of 15 seeds, unless stated otherwise.
 
 

Esplendor
Small bushy plant with large pods grows from bright purple, to orange to red; for pots, borders. Pods grow in bunches. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 7

     
     
     
 

Fantasia
A mound of flowers and fruit from purplish spotted yellow, to orange to red; for pots, borders and greenhouse. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 5

     
     
     
 

Funky
One of the nicest plants we have seen. A fantastic talking point and great for anywhere you need heat and colour. Fruit turns from purplish to yellow to orange to red. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 5

     
     
     
 

Jamy Chilli
Bred from a variety originally from Jamaica, very tasty fruit go from greenish-yellow to orange. Variety bred by Mario Dadomo (Azienda Agraria Sperimentale Stuard, Parma, Italy)
Heat Level 6

     
     
     
 

Karl 1
big pendant fruits, the plant is small and manageable for the size of fruit, for a easy picking. Fruit turning from green to red this is a good chilli for eating fresh as well as adding zing to a number of recipes.
Heat Level 5

     
     
     
 

Peruviano Arancio
Originally from Peru, tall slender plant with tons of hot chilli fruits turning from greenish-yellow to orange.
Heat Level 8

     
     
     
 

Birds Eye Chilli
Birds Eye, 150,000-200,000 SHU, Heat Level 8+
This Chilli is a Birds Eye (Capsicum frutescens) and is a very hot pepper. These are found all over Africa, where they are also called, Congo, Mombassa, Pequin, Uganda and Zanzibar chillies. They are very small conical chillies' ranging from has small, slightly tapered fruit with a length of 1 to 2 cm and a diameter of 0.75 cm. They grow wild or semi-wild and are bright scarlet red. Used a lot in Asian and Thai cooking. Ideal chilli for drying and using as chilli powder. Also ideal for drying and infusing with olive oil for a salad dressing with some kick. Easy to grow and very nice shape. The fruit, when threaded into Ristras, dries well and makes a beautiful decoration around the kitchen. A must have chilli, can be trimmed to suit growing conditions.

     
     
     
 

Pyramid Chilli
Chilli Heat Level 8
Early, hot variety. Beautiful, compact plant producing small, conical, yellow fruits with lilac shading, turning red when ripe, this is a great one for the greenhouse or for the patio or house for a lovely splash of colour.

     
     
     
 

Red Cherry Small
Chilli Heat Level 6
Compact plant with good foliage. Small round fruits 4/5cms turning deep red when ripe. Meaty chilli with good flavour. Ideal used for stuffing with cheese, fish or meat and grilled.

     
     
     
 

Romanian Giallo
Chilli Heat Level 6
Great chilli for the patio or windowsill, produces early. Vigorous, compact plant producing small, long, conical light green fruits turning yellow when ripe.

     
     
     
 

Stromboli
Chilli Heat Level 6
Italian variety, early producer of hot chilli peppers. Compact plant producing bunches of conical dark green fruits which grow upwards, turning orange when ripe. Ideal to be grown in containers.

     
     
     
 

Fresno [FREHS-noh]
This is one of the most versatile chilli peppers there are, use in stews, salads and fresh in salsas. This chili is about the same size as a Jalapeno, only with broader shoulders. A bit hotter than the Jalapeno. 75 days to ripen. Plants grow to 30 inches.

     
     
     
 

Etna
Chilli Heat 9
An early, hot Italian chilli pepper. Compact plant which produces bunches of conical dark green fruits which grow upwards, turning bright red when ripe. Can also be grown in a container. Voted 9th hottest chilli by BBC Gardeners World TV in their 2006 Hottest Chilli Trials.

     
     
     
 

pimientos de padron, Padron Chilli Pepper Seeds
Chilli Heat 4
One of the best all rounders on the market.
This is a great all round chilli to have in the kitchen, it is a medium-sized, bushy plant. Medium to long flat, conical light green fruits, turning red when ripe. Meaty and very tasty. Classic Tapas variety from Galicia in Spain, pan fried in olive oil, sea salt and served with beer, what could be better!

     
     
     
 

Prairie Fire
Chilli Heat Level 8
Small bushy plant fantastic as a pot plant for the house or patio. Pods mature through yellow and orange to red. Plant grows to 8 inches tall. Prolific with 100's of peppers on each plant. Pods stand upright above the foliage.

     
     
     
   

Firecracker Pequin
Chilli Heat Level 10
These striking multi-branching multi coloured plants with their brilliant coloured spicy fruits. Plants are soon covered with little cream, purple and orange that slowly mature to red. (Capsicum annuum).

     
     
     
 

Hot Portugal
Chilli Heat Level 5+
Sturdy upright plants, From Portugal very heavy yields. Large smooth, glossy, bright-scarlet, fiery hot fruits taper to pointed tips, grow 6".

     
     
     
 

Golden Nugget Chilli
Chilli Heat Level 5+
This is a fantastic looking plant, not too big or too small it is great for borders, specimen plants, or pots. Variegated foliage, hundreds of golden yellow fruits, good for pickling or drying. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Hinkelhatz
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)

     
     
     
 

Brazilian Starfish
Chilli Heat level 6
A hot chilli, which like already the name says, is from Brazil originates. Small plants produce a quantity of these very aesthetic fruits.

     
     
     
 

Chinese Pot Chilli
Chilli Heat Level 6+
Hundreds of chillies per plant. Tiny ½" long fruits all point up and ripen from green to red and and stay on the plant for a long time. Great for drying and grinding or using whole. This is the plant to have in a pot around the patio or in the house, just trim it to the shape you want. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Chi-Chien
Chilli Heat Level is 8
This excellent chilli produces very hot, thin-skin red chilli peppers, that can be used fresh for cooking or dried for storage and future use. The medium size peppers are popular for cooking in many hot spicy Chinese foods. This variety is also an ideal ornamental plant in pots on the patio. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Pusa Jwala
Chilli Heat Level is 8
This is the most popular hot pepper grown and used in various spicy foods in India. This variety is also often called Finger Hot Indian Pepper. The umbrella type plant produces lots of fruits in green colour in early stage and later turning into red ripe. The matured hot pepper has high pungency, excellent to use fresh or dried. The fruit with wrinkled skin is about 4" in length. This variety has wide adaptability and is easy to grow in containers. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Goat Horn
Chilli Heat Level is 8
Originally from Taiwan, this variety is very popular in China and Southeastern Asia for cooking and pickling uses. This is a chilli that is ideal as an all round chilli. Plants are very productive, setting lots of peppers for a long time. Easy to grow. Also a good variety for container. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Super Hot Thai
Chilli Heat Level is 8
This chilli pepper is a major improvement of Thai hot peppers, which have been well known for their strong spicy hot. Fruits with thin wall are green and will turn into deep red when matured. Small peppers of 0.9 cm x 7 cm in size are very hot, excellent for cooking or dehydration. The chillies are concentrated on the top of plants. This excellent variety starts producing matured peppers 70 days after transplanting and continues to bear lots of chillies for a long time. This variety has become one of the most popular peppers in the markets and is widely grown by farmers in Thailand and Southeastern Asia, due to its superior and prolific quality than the traditional varieties. Also a nice variety for the home garden. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
   

Fatalii
Chilli Heat Level 10++++
Last seasons No. 1 best seller Fatalii, the deadly hot pepper from the central African Republic.
Fatalii is a Habañero relative, but the fruit matures to bright yellow and is long, wrinkled and tapers to a point - about 2 to 3 inches long. The plants produce lots of peppers - they start producing early and finish late. Fatalii's have a fruity, almost citrus-like flavour and they make a very attractive-coloured hot sauce. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

Purrira
Chilli Heat Level is 9
This seed is Certified Organic. This plant is one of the prettiest we have grown. 5 cm chilli that turn yellow to purple to orange to dark red. 2 ft tall plants with 2 inch long fruits that mature 70 days after transplanting. One of our best sellers. (Capsicum frutescens)

     
     
     
 

Purple Tiger
Chilli Heat Level is 6
Amazingly beautiful small purple chilli plant with variegated leaves, small tear drop shaped fruit turning green, purple and red when ripe, ideal for pots or in the house. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Trinidad Congo
Chilli Heat Level 10+
In Trinidad, Habanero chillis are called "Congo chilli," and this one is an extra-large red Habanero type. At 2 inches long and wide, its peppers are significantly bigger and more ribbed than the typical red Habanero. They are also intensely hot and extremely productive. (Capsicum Chinense)

     
     
     
 

NuMex Pinata (Multicoloured Jalapeno)
Chilli Heat Level 6+
NuMex Pinata is a multicoloured Jalapeno. The fruit changes from bright green to bright yellow then to orange and finally to red, it could become a favourite for salads and stir-fries with a bit of colour or for a colourful salsa.

     
     
     
 

Large Red Thick Cayenne
Chilli Heat Level 5+
Very useful plant packed with chillis, chillis are very hot. Fruit is 6" long and 1 1/4" wide. Great chilli for sauces, drying and adding heat to recipes. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Hot Cherry
Chilli Heat Level 7+++
A great tasting chilli and perfect for barbeques and parties. 1.5 to 2" wide mature to bright red. Great for stuffing with cheese and grilling. Upright plants to 20". Good yields. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
 

Pulla
Chilli Heat 6
Coming from Mexico, also written Puya, It is deep red, thin fleshed and attractively translucent with a fruity aromatic taste matures from green to red. Easy to dry and use all year round where heat and flavour are required in cooking. (Capsicum annuum)

     
     
     
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