Demon Red Chillies – Seeds

This chilli has been bred for growing on a windowsill or in patio containers. This is an exclusive to Thomson and Morgan and the Demon Red produces very attractive, tiny plants that can be used for edible or purely ornamental purposes.

The flowers point upwards on this plant as do the fruits. The begin green and eventually turn bright red. Once this plant starts producing they carry on fruiting throughout the growing season – there can be prolific yields throughout with this plant.

Link to our chilli growing guide:

 

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demon red chillies

 

 

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Chocolate Habanero Chilli Seeds

Chocolate Habanero Chilli Seeds

This is a wonderful scotch bonnet / habanero variety that originates from Jamaica.

This is very similar in appearance to other Habanero chillies but comes in a beautiful chocolate brown colour. These fruits are extremely hot and can be up to 600,000 scoville units.

The bushes grow large with strong woody stems, with green leaves and yellow coloured flowers.

These can be sometimes difficult to germinate, but well worth the effort. Very often they will not fruit in year 1 in the UK and if wintered well will fruit in year 2.

Plant produces heavy yields of 40mm long by 35mm wide wrinkled hot peppers. Peppers are extremely hot and turn from green to chocolate brown when mature.

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Bhut Jolokia Chilli Seeds

Bhut Jolokia aka Naga Jolokia / Ghost Chilli / Ghost Pepper / Naga Morich / King Cobra

 

This pepper occurs naturally in North Eastern India. In 2007, it was confirmed by Guinness World Records to be the Hottest Chilli in the World, replacing the Red Savina, which was the Guinness World Record holder at that time.

In 2000, scientists at India’s Defence Research Laboratory reported a rating of 855,000 units on the Scoville Heat Rating Scale, and in 2004 an Indian company obtained a rating of 1,041,427 units.

This amazing pepper is a favourite of The English Chilli Company and here are seeds – so you can grow your own Bhut Jolokia chillies and see how hot chillies really can be…

 

 

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Cayenne Chilli Pepper Seeds

This is an awesome variety of chilli that produces high yeilds of long, slender chilli peppers that will certainly spice up your culinary life! One average each packet contains around 65 seeds.

It is best if you sow these between February and April, ideally with the use of a propagators or a sheltered position outdoors.

The chillies can be used fresh for cooking or dry for seasoning. Look into making chilli ristras if you can as they look awesome with the cayenne chilli peppers

 

cayenne chilli seeds

 

chilli de cayenne seeds

 

 

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Chilli Willy Seeds

Chilli Willy is one of the most outrageous, and hilarious looking chilli plants ever.

The chilli has a few aliases, including Peter Pepper (scientific name: Capsicum annum) or Penis Pepper because when the chillies are fully matured they look like exactly like mens appendages!

The pepper itself is a very rare species, which was originally native to the American states of Texas and Louisiana

 

Chilli Willy Grow Kit

 

Chilli Willi Peter Pecker

 

 

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F1 Chilli Seeds

F1 Chilli Varieties

F1 hybrid chilli seeds are varieties that have been commercially produced seeds so that they combine certain traits of two parent plants – such as being resistance to disease or pests or a natural inclination to produce heavy yields.

We have selected for you a range of F1 seeds to choose from:

 

 

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