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Carolina Reaper seeds
Capsicum chinense
We have The World’s Hottest Chilli the Carolina Reaper seeds for sale, they also known as HP22b, they have an average of 1,569,300 shu. Buy Authentic Carolina Reaper chili seeds, grown in isolation these superhot chillies have bright red gnarled fruits with a long stinger tail, and a nice fruity flavour, they are now over 7 generations old and producing a new stable variety. Use with Caution, gloves are recommended when handling the fruits. We have No limit on the number of packets you may purchase and no restrictions on use.
The UK supplier of Carolina Reaper seeds to both retail and trade customers.

£3.45 Av 10 seeds

 


 

Carolina Reaper and Bhut Jolokia
Capsicum chinense
1 packet of each, The World’s Hottest Chilli the Carolina Reaper also known as HP22b average of 1,569,300 shu and Bhut Jolokia Ghost Chilli bred and tested by the Chile Pepper Institute in Mexico. Save £2.00

£4.25 Carolina Reaper 10 seeds and Bhut Jolokia 10 seeds

 

 


 

Aji Amarillo Chilli seeds

Aji Amarillo
Capsicum bacatum
Produces 10cm long by 2.5 cm thick hot peppers on plants up to 60cm tall. This strain produces peppers that ripen from green to yellow and finally to orangey red. The peppers are used dried, ground into powder, used as spice and used a lot in Peruvian dishes.

£2.75 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 

 


Aji Delight

Aji Delight
C.baccatum
A rare variety this baccatum cultivar is full of flavour but there is no heat. Vigorous plants are heavy cropping with bullet shaped red chillies. Thick walled fruits are ideal to add flavour in salads, or as a garnish or used to replace bell peppers in dishes.

£1.55 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 

 


Aji Omnicolor chilli pepper c.baccatum ornamental

Aji Omnicolor
C.baccatum
Very prolific hot chilli with teardrop shaped peppers maturing from yellow to orange through to red. Height approx 30-45cm and spread approx 60cm. Very ornamental fruits 5cm to 6.5cm long, originating from Peru.

£0.95 Av 15 seeds

 

 


Aji Panca chili seeds

Aji Panca
Capsicum chinense
This variety is also known as Aji Brown, used in Peruvian cooking, large fruits up to 150mm long and over 25mm wide. Plants grow up to 2m tall, fruits riped to a blackish brown, they have a rich smoky flavour making them excellent for BBQ sauces, stews, grilled or stuffed. It is also ideal for Mole sauce. Heat level mild to medium.

£2.75 Av 10 seeds

 

 


Aji Pinquita De Mono pepper seeds

Aji Pinquita De Mono
C.annuum
One of the hottest Aji pepper and originates from Peru. Aji Pinquita De Mono is a small low growing bush variety with hot conical shaped hot pepper fruits that ripen from green to dark red.

£2.75 Av 10 seeds

 

 


Aji Rojo or Puca-uchu

Aji Rojo or Puca-uchu
C.baccatum
Height approx 90cm and spread approx 90cm. An excellent pickling pepper when fruits are green (mild), as fruits turn chocolate and ripen through to red the pepper becomes very hot. Peppers up to 15cm long x 2.5cm. Quite a rare pepper.

£1.75 Av 20 seeds

 

 


Aji Umba c.chinense very hot chilli pepper

Aji Umba
C.chinense
Chillies ripen from lime green through yellow to red. A habanero type chilli pepper box shaped, wrinkled up to 4cm in length. Ideal to use in salsas, drying and habanero sauces. Very Hot chile.

£1.65 Av 10 seed

 

 


Anaheim tmr c.annuum

Anaheim
C.annuum
Chilli Pepper Anaheim produces a tall high yielding plant. The mildly pungent fruits ripen dark green to red when fully mature. Fruits are 2 celled, smooth with thick flesh and wide shoulders. Ideal as a stuffing chilli, roasting, frying, also suitable for freezing. 900-3,000 Scovilles.

£0.95 Av 15 seeds

 

 


Ancho pepper seeds

Ancho (Poblano)
C.annuum
Peppers are heart shaped chili peppers with thick walls which makes them ideal for stuffing. Fruits are green in colour and ripen to red and then brown. Ancho are a dried Poblano chilli pepper. Ideal for stuffing, drying and used in many types of Mole sauces, found in authentic Mexican cooking. The chilli pepper has a sweet flavour with a medium heat level.

£1.69 Av 20 seeds

 

 


chilli pepper Ancho San Luis

Ancho San Luis
C.annuum
Heart shaped uniform mild peppers that dark green and maturing to deep red/mahogany. 1500 - 4500 scoville units, peppers are approx 6" by 3" They can be eaten fresh or excellent for stuffing or drying. The Ancho San Luis chilli pepper has a sweet flavour with a medium heat level.
80 days
 

£1.55 Av 10 seeds

 

 


Andy pepper

Andy
C. annuum
Produces high yielding pepper plants of gorgeous, uniform, 3/4" x 7 to 8" fruits. Hybrid pepper Andy produces strong erect plants, holds fruits up well so they grow long and straight. Slender, smooth cayenne pepper turns bright red and dries beautifully.

£3.25 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 


 Apache chilli

Apache
C.annuum
An attractive dwarf  variety of chilli pepper which has an excellent yield of 4cm long fruits. Pepper Apache can be grown on the window sill, in the conservatory or on the patio. Pepper Apache is an ideal baby veg. Sow chillies March to April, early sowings for growing under cover, outdoor harden off and plant out late May. Recommended variety by River Cottage Handbook Veg Patch. Pepper Plant height 45cm. RHS Award of Garden Merit

£1.95 Av 10 seeds

 

 

 



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Carolina Reaper
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
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Bhut Jolokia

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Grow some of the hottest chile peppers in the world, we show you how to germinate your chilli pepper seeds:-
 All hot pepper seeds are very sensitive to the cold, ensure plants are well established before planting out in a cold house or outdoors. Grow in a conservatory, greenhouse or indoors on the windowsill. Chilli pepper seeds require high temperatures to produce the hottest chillies, too much water, nitrogen and low temperatures will reduce the pungency of the fruits. Chilli pepper fruit does not set below 15°C and above 33°C, flowers can also drop if night temp exceeds 25°C. The red chile peppers are the hottest.
Scoville ratings are approx,   150,000+ is really hot!!!
Chilli Pepper Seeds germination; Sow seeds early as some hot peppers can take 120+ days from transplanting to fruiting. Temp should be maintained at the indicated temp 25-30°C chillies will germinate at 25C but will take longer 30C+ is the preferred temp, Jolokia, Trinidad's, Scotch Bonnet, Tepin, Pequin and Habanero chilli pepper seeds can be slow and erratic to emerge (allow up 35+ days for germination) compost should not be too moist to prevent the seed from rotting, keep chilli seed & seedlings out of draughts.

The chile cultural information should be used as a guide only, I have found a number of different sowing techniques for the same seed from different sources there does not seem to be a standard. With this in mind you should use this website as a guide only, you probably already have a tried and tested way of sowing different pepper seed. As a rule of thumb the larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed like Lobelia Begonia etc requires no cover.
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