Heatwave Chilli Seeds

We have much to thank Columbus for who is in some quarters credited with discovering the cayenne pepper. It allows the green fingered among us as well as the culinary to enjoy the pleasure of this wonderful variety that grows red, yellow and orange.

We recommend sowing the seeds early in early spring with a good quality chilli compost barely covering the seeds. Germination usually takes place after 8-14 days at between 24 – 27C

This is our chilli growing guide

 

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Jalapeno Chilli Seeds

Jalapeno Seeds

Jalapenos are the chilli that are used for pizza toppings the world over.

It is famous for its unique scarred skin which is a good sign of quality Mexican Jalapenos.

Jalapeno seeds germinate in between 12 to 21 days depending on the soil and temperature. The growing period for a jalapeno plant is about 70 – 80 days or so. When the plant matures, it stands two and a half to three feet tall. Usually a single plant will produce around twenty five to thirty five pods.

During the growing period, a plant can be picked multiple times, with more being produced. Traditionally the fruits are picked green, but they can be left to ripen red.

The jalapeno has a scoville heat rating of between 2,500 and 10,000 units.

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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

 

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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

 

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Thai Dragon Chilli Seeds

Next up in our list of seeds to grow are the Thai Dragon chilli seeds. These bad boys are not for the faint hearted. These seeds grow into plants that have a mass of chillies around 3 – 4 inches long and can often give you around 200 chillies!

You can harvest them one by one or pull the entire plant when full of red peppers, and hang upside down in the kitchen for use all year long.

We’d suggest stating to germinatae these indoors around 6 weeks prior to the last frost date. Sow seeds ¼in deep in a pre-moistened potting soil and keep moist and warm throughout germination, which takes 7-14 days at 20-30C (75-80F).

For more information on growing chilli our chilli growing guide is here

 

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Purple Tiger Chilli Seeds

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The Purple Tiger chilli is one of our favourite types – we grow it every year. The seeds produce a very attractive looking plant which produce chillies that are almost tear drop shaped start green and then they turn purple and red.

This is a capsicum annum variety and is ideal as an ornamental plant, pot plant and thrives in sheltered areas. The foliage is tri coloured – green, purple and white.

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