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Grow your own chilli peppers, from our huge range of chilli pepper seeds, from the mild chillies, to the worlds hottest commercially available ghost chilli. The worlds hottest peppers, Carolina Reaper seeds, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, Trinidad 7 Pot Brain Strain seeds, Bhut Jolokia or ghost chilli, Naga King Chilli, Trinidad Scorpion, Trinidad 7 pot seeds. Trinidad Congo Yellow, Trinidad Congo Black, Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah, Habanero, Scotch Bonnet. Habanero Black, Facing Heaven, Devils Tongue and Indian chillies. Over 200 hot chilli pepper varieties to grow from seed, plus over 900 varieties of vegetables.

Chilli seeds germination is easy as long as you follow a few simple rules and germinate in a heated propagator thermostat controlled. Sow January to late April. Sow chilli pepper seeds early, as some hot varieties can take 120 plus days from transplanting to fruiting. Temp should be maintained at the indicated temp 25-30 Centigrade seeds will germinate at 25 Centigrade but will take longer 30 Centigrade plus is the preferred temp for the very hot chilli peppers Bhut Jolokia, Brain Strain, Moruga Scorpion, Carolina Reaper seeds Trinidad and Habanero types which can be slow and erratic to emerge, allow up 45 plus days for germination, compost should not be too moist to prevent the seeds from rotting, keep seed & seedlings out of draughts.
 

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Peppers Chilli Carolina Reaper 10 seeds

 

 

Carolina Reaper seeds
Capsicum chinense
One of the World’s Hottest Chillies the Carolina Reaper is also known as HP22b the heat level averages at over 1,500,000 shu. These superhot chillies have bright red gnarled fruits with a stinger tail, and a fruity flavour

Carolina Reaper Chilli Seeds

 

Trinidad 7 Pot Brain Strain chilli seeds

 

 

Trinidad 7 Pot Brain Strain
Capsicum chinense
One of the superhot chillies is the 7 Pot Brain Strain, a hybrid 7 Pot variety from Trinidad, it is similar to the Moruga scorpion in fruit shape, yield and plant habit, pods have a fruitier flavour but not quite as hot. Plants can produce pods of different shapes. Use with Caution 7 Pot Brain Strain is a very hot pepper.

 

 

Peach Jolokia chilli pepper

 

 

Peach Bhut Jolokia
Capsicum chinense
Peach Bhut Jolokia is a natural variant of the Ghost chilli. Fruits ripen from green to a light pink and can grow up to approx 15cm in length, a very hot chilli with a light fruity flavour. The chili has a pungency level similar to the red Bhut jolokia. However they have a much smoother slightly fruity taste.

 

Bhut Jolokia pepper seeds

 

Ghost chilli
Capsicum chinense. These are the genuine Bhut Jolokia
seeds, the 'Blistering Hot' Indian  Pepper that originates in the area of Assam, India. Tested by the Chile Institute in Mexico the origin of the seed they used was from Assam in India, our source for one of the hottest peppers in the world.
Up to 1,001,304 Scoville Units - Handle with caution.

 

Yellow Bhut Jolokia chilli seeds

 

Yellow Bhut Jolokia
Capsicum chinense a natural variant of the Worlds Hottest Commercially available Chile Pepper seed Bhut Jolokia. The yellow variant has a slightly lower heat level than the Bhut Jolokia (which is the same for most yellow variants) but still a very hot chilli . Pods ripen from green to yellow and if left on the plant will ripen to a light yellow/orange colour. Still a very hot chilli with a citrus flavour.

Pepper Trinidad Seven Pot JONAH

 

Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah.
Capsicum chinense.
The 7 pot Jonah is a larger version of the Trinidad 7 Pot. It has a fruity type flavor when you can get past the heat. It averages between 800,000 to 1,000,000 Scoville units.

 

Peppers Chili NAGA MORICH Indian Strain seeds

 

Naga Morich.
Capsicum chinense.
Reported as registering hotter than Bhut Jolokia. It is the sister chilli of the worlds hottest Ghost Chile - Handle with caution.

 

chilli pepper basket of fire chili seeds bred for hanging baskets and containers

Basket of Fire
Capsicum frutescens
A compact leafy semi-trailing hybrid plant, that produces an abundance of fruit over a very long period. Good tolerance to cooler weather, lasting well into the autumn. Fruits mature from deep purple through cream and orange and mature red, giving this plant a unique 'Basket of Fire' look, ideal for hanging baskets or containers. Fruit can be used dried or fresh. heat rating 80000shu days to maturity 90-95days spread 60cm height 30cm.

 

 

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Scotch Bonnet Chilli peppers


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