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Chilli seeds

October 4, 2016

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 chilli seeds will germinate at 25C but will take longer 30C+ is the preferred temp for hot chillies Jolokia, Morich, Tepin and Habanero chillies they can also be slow and erratic to emerge

Chilli Trinidad Genghis Khan Brain

Capsicum chinense
Extremely hot rare chilli ripening from green to red, pimply skin, fruity tones and rivals the heat of many superhots, believed to be a Trinidad Scorpion cross.

Peppers Chilli Trinidad 7 Pot Katie 10 seeds

Chilli Trinidad 7 Pot Katie

Capsicum chinense
A Trinidad 7 pot / Naga cross, bred in the UK and coming in at over 1,500,000 SHU. Large pods ripen from green to dark red with a fruity flavour.

Peppers Chilli Trinidad Genghis Khan Brain 10 seeds

Chilli Trinidad Apocalypse Scorpion

C chinense
Fruity tones and rivals the heat of many superhots this chilli was developed by the Italian growing Organisation AIASP. Wrinkled skins and various shaped fruits ripen to bright red in colour.

Peppers Chilli Trinidad Apocalypse Scorpion 10 seeds

Chilli Trinidad Sepia Serpent

Capsicum chinense
A Butch T x Douglah, chocolate brown in colour and occasionally a little red in the brown. A sweet earthy flavour and heat level is extremely hot, very large pods with rough pimply skin, plants produce different shaped pods similar to other chocolate varieties.

Peppers Chilli Trinidad Sepia Serpent 10 seeds

Chilli Trinidad 7 Pot Chocolate Brain Strain

Capsicum chinense
Very hot Brainstrain chilli, Pods ripen from light green to Brown and have a fruity earthy flavour.

Peppers Chilli Trinidad 7 Pot Chocolate Brain Strain 10 seeds

 

Chillies Cornish Naga and Jays Peach Ghost Chilli seeds available

November 20, 2013

New chilli seeds for 2014

In stock now Cornish Naga

Cornish Naga chilli seedsCornish Naga 10 chilli seeds

C. chinense The Cornish Naga has been developed by Chilli enthusiast Paul Tonkin. It’s thought to be a hybrid cross with a Trinidad scorpion originally and has been grown out to produce a pod that has been tested at just under 1.2 million SHU’s at Warwick University. The fruit have an apricot/bitter orange flavour followed by extreme heat. A real throat burner. Plants produce a good crop of 2 inch pods.

Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion

Jays Peach Ghost ScorpionJays Peach Ghost Scorpion 10 chilli seeds

Capsicum chinense A extremely hot pepper that’s a cross between peach Bhut jolokia and Trinidad scorpion. The pods ripen from a lime green to an attractive peach colour. The large delicate flavoured pods are contorted and bumpy and some have tails. The pods have been measured around 700-800,000 SHU’s Plants have a branching habit and are capable of good yields but require a long growing season so early sowing is recommended. Caution when handling this is a very hot pepper.

Nicky’s Chilli Seeds

Chilli Atomic Starfish

June 4, 2010

Atomic Starfish capsicum baccatum
Back in stock. A rare and unique shaped chilli from Brazil, the unusual shape resmebles a starfish. A very hot chilli with a sweet and spicy flavour.
Chilli seeds Atomic Starfish

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