HOT TYPES (CHILLI)VEGETABLE SEEDS
Ideal for hot and spicy dishes. Fruit is best left on the plant until all are red, when the whole plant can be pulled and hung to dry if required.
Small bell shaped orange fruit in profusion. Fiery hot and not for the faint hearted! Requires warm climates for best results. Heat 6.
Our hot chillies are mixed together as an economical way of growing a range of hot varieties. Various heat ranges.
The true Mexican variety. Fruit is typically 7cm long. 2cm wide with moderate heat. Unlike other chillies, these actually have flavour, not just fire. Heat 4.
Slim 12cm. fruit that are very useful for sauces and chutneys. Heat 4.
Medium hot variety producing dark green fruit which ripen to a rich red. Flesh thin and crisp, ideal for stuffing. Plants tall. Known as Poblano fresh and Ancho when dried. Heat 3
Very hot chilli with slim 6 cm. fruit typically 1cm across. Fruit fiery hot, red or green. Heat 5.
Sorry, this product is sold out for 2021.
Small (2-4cm) Birdseye type with fiery fruit borne in profusion. Packets only.