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  • Chilli Peppers - Very Hot Collection 15 Seeds
    Chilli Peppers - Very Hot Collection 15 Seeds

    Tasty Chilli Peppers - perfect for cooking Chilli Pepper Scotch Bonnet Red: An extremely hot variety of Chilli Pepper producing large red globular shaped fruits. Ideal for sauces and cooking. Chilli Pepper Scotch Bonnet Big Sun: A very heavy cropping, very hot Chilli Pepper, Masses of green fruits ripening to yellow are produced. Chilli Pepper Paper Lantern: Very Hot, Habenero type red fruits are produced in abundance. An early maturing variety.This collection of chilli peppers have 3 different varieties...

  • Suttons Seeds 159917 F1 Cheyenne Pepper Chilli Seed
    Suttons Seeds 159917 F1 Cheyenne Pepper Chilli Seed

    Tasty medium-hot chillies Dwarf, compact chilli pepper perfect for containers Use fresh for cooking or dry for seasoning Chilli type - hot pepper Easy to grow

  • Suttons Seeds 159886 F1 Gusto Purple Pepper Chilli Seed
    Suttons Seeds 159886 F1 Gusto Purple Pepper Chilli Seed

    Ideal for patio containers Attractive and delicious Use fresh for cooking or dry for seasoning Easy to grow Ripens from purple to red

  • Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds)
    Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds)

    Simply stunning as an 'ornamental edible'; fruits ripen from purple to yellow to orange to red, providing colour as well as hundreds of small, upright 20mm (0.75in) peppers. Superb in a container on the patio, the attractive dark leaves will show off the vivid colours of the fruits

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hot Stuff
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hot Stuff

    For those who like it hot! This mix combines three superb different coloured hot chilli pepper varieties to add to salads, salsas and cooked dishes. They can also be dried or pickled. All start green and colour up as they mature. Height 80-100cm (32-40"). Culture: Sow February-April under glass 18-20°C (65-70°F) for culture in a greenhouse or sheltered position outdoors. Average Growing Height: 81-90CM

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Loco F1
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Loco F1

    Heavy cropping Compact, branching plants carrying a heavy crop of oval, upright fruits, held above the foliage, which ripen from purple to bright red, creating a colourful display. Schoville heat rating approximately 24000shu. Culture: Full growing instructions given on packet.

  • Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds by Suttons
    Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds by Suttons

    Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds by Suttons. Containing 8 seeds, Suttons pepper chilli f1 apache seeds will grow to a height of around 41-50cm, and are perfect for sowing February to April. From the Suttons range of Pepper seeds.Pepper Chilli F1 Apache SeedsContents : 8 SeedsGrowing height : 41-50cmBest time to sow : February to AprilProduced by Suttons

  • Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds)
    Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds)

    Collect and spend Clubcard points Free next day Click & Collect * Returns are easy Home Garden Planting & Growing Seeds & Bulbs Vegetable Seeds Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds) Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds) Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds) Chilli Pepper 'Numex Twilight' - 1 packet (10 chilli pepper seeds) Catalogue Number: 620-5965 /direct/chilli-pepper-numex-tw ilight-1-packet-10-chilli...

  • Suttons Seeds 159883 F1 Apache Pepper Chilli Seed
    Suttons Seeds 159883 F1 Apache Pepper Chilli Seed

    Ideal for window boxes or containers Medium hot fruits for curries and pickles Use fresh for cooking or dry for seasoning Ideal for windowsill/patio Average growing height: 41-50 cm

  • Fothergills PEPPER (Hot) Chilli Shake Seeds
    Fothergills PEPPER (Hot) Chilli Shake Seeds

    Fothergills PEPPER (Hot) Chilli Shake Seeds Description:Caution: Skin and eye irritant.S: February - April under glass H: July - October. A wide range of colours, shapes and sizes. Different levels of heat, from mild to super hot. The biggest crops are produced in the greenhouse but also grows well outdoors. 30 seeds

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Chenzo
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Chenzo

    Long cropping period Compact, branching, heavy-cropping plants whose black fruits hang below the foliage, turning bright red as they mature. Shows good resistance to cool temperatures. Schoville heat rating approximately 45000shu. Culture: Full growing instructions given on packet.

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hungarian Hot Wax
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hungarian Hot Wax

    Using a good quality, moist seed compost, sow your seeds in a propagator and cover with 6mm (¼") compost. Place on a windowsill or in a greenhouse at approximately 21-24ºC (70-75ºF) to germinate (usually 5-7 days). Transfer seedlings into 7.5cm (3") pots and grow on. Plant out in a sunny, sheltered position 50cm (20") apart after risk of frost has passed. Support your plants with a cane as the fruit develops. Feed regularly with a proprietary fertiliser. Pick fruits green or red. Hottest at the ...

  • Suttons Seeds 159918 F1 Vampire Pepper Chilli Seed
    Suttons Seeds 159918 F1 Vampire Pepper Chilli Seed

    Ideal for greenhouse, patio or garden Unique gothic-looking plants Attractive and delicious Black leaves, purple flowers and fang-shaped chillies Easy to grow

  • Chilli Pepper F1 15 Seeds
    Chilli Pepper F1 15 Seeds

    A great variety of chilli peppersChilli Pepper Apache F1: a medium hot, red Chilli. Great for the patio, can be grown in pots of growbags. Chilli Pepper Cheyenne F1: Suitable for growing inside or out, can be grown in growbags or containers. Green to orange Chillies. Chilli Pepper Chenzo: a mild, purple Chilli. Ideal for the patio, can be grown in pots or growbags.This collection of chilli peppers have 3 different varieties. Each chilli pepper will have there own flavour for you to enjoy.

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Barak
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Barak

    An attractive plant whose bullet-shaped fruits go through various colour changes throughout the season. Ideal for patio containers or a sunny conservatory. Scoville rating approximately 50,000.

  • Mr. Fothergill's 12281 30 Count Hot Pepper Chilli Shake Seed
    Mr. Fothergill's 12281 30 Count Hot Pepper Chilli Shake Seed

    Wide range of colours, shapes and sizes Different levels of heat, from mild to super hot Biggest crops in the greenhouse but also grows outdoors Excellent source of vitamin C, iron and dietary fibre Gently spray flowers with tepid water to encourage fruit to set

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hungarian Hot Wax
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Hungarian Hot Wax

    Produces a good crop of 6cm (2½”) long fruits that change colour throughout the season. Ideal for patio or a well lit conservatory. Hottest at the “yellow” stage. Approximately 2,500-8,000SHU.

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - F1 Vampire
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - F1 Vampire

    An attractive easy-to-grow chilli that bites! Unique gothic-looking plants with black leaves and purple flowers producing huge crops of 10cm (4") long, fang-shaped black fruits which ripen to blood red. A great talking point whether you grow it in the greenhouse, garden or in tubs on the summer patio. Culture: Full growing instructions included. Sow: February-April. Harvest: July-October.

  • Chilli Pepper 'Heatwave' (Hot) - 1 packet (25 chilli pepper seeds)
    Chilli Pepper 'Heatwave' (Hot) - 1 packet (25 chilli pepper seeds)

    Thanks to Columbus who is credited with discovering the cayenne pepper, gardeners and cooks can enjoy the pleasure of this mixture containing red, yellow and orange. Beautifully ornamental and offering a 'mind blowinghot flavour experience. Most suitable for greenhouse culture. (Capsicum annuum)

  • Pepper Chilli Fatalii Seeds
    Pepper Chilli Fatalii Seeds

    Take care when preparing chillies as the substance which causes the 'hot' flavour can also cause irritation if it comes in contact with the eyes. HEALTH BENEFITS - Red and green both high in vitamin C (Anti-ageing, wound healing, decreasing blood cholesterol and prevention of infections. Assists the body in absorbing iron). Red very high in vitamin A (For growth, healthy hair, skin, bones, teeth and eyes as well as resistance to respiratory infections). COOKING HINTS: Try sweet pepper strips...

  • Pepper Chilli - Chilli De Cayenne Seeds
    Pepper Chilli - Chilli De Cayenne Seeds

    Slender and spicy! A great chilli, producing good crops of slender chilli peppers that will certainly spice up your culinary life! Culture: Sow February-April under glass 18-21°C (65-70°F) for culture in a greenhouse or sheltered position outdoors.

  • Pepper Chilli - Chilli Gorria Seeds
    Pepper Chilli - Chilli Gorria Seeds

    Heavy cropping! Things are hotting up! A productive medium hot pepper of the Jalapeno type. Medium sized fruit which turn from green to red. A heavy cropper so you will not need many plants! Culture: Full growing instructions given on packet.

  • Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds
    Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds

    Ideal for window boxes or containers Neat compact plants bearing a prolific crop of medium hot green (turning to red) chillies. Grows to 45cm (18") tall. Patio type. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Culture: Sow February-April under glass 18-21°C (65-70°F) for culture in a greenhouse or sheltered position outdoors. Average Growing Height: 41-50CM

  • Chilli Peppers - Medium Hot Collection 15 Seeds
    Chilli Peppers - Medium Hot Collection 15 Seeds

    Tasty Chilli Peppers - perfect for cooking Chilli Pepper Apache F1: a medium hot, red Chilli. Great for the patio as it is perfect for growing in pots or growbags. Chilli Pepper Basket of Fire: A prolific fruiting variety which is dripping with small hot fruits on a compact leafy semi-trailing plant. The fruits mature from deep purple to cream and orange to bright red. Chilli Pepper Cayenetta: a compact branching cayenne type chilli. It has a very neat, attractive habit and produces a large crop...

  • Pepper Chilli Seeds - Romital F1
    Pepper Chilli Seeds - Romital F1

    HEALTH BENEFITS: Red and green peppers are high in vitamin C and the red very high in vitamin A. COOKING TIPS: Try sweet pepper strips raw with dips or roasted whole and stuffed! make a simple chilli oil by adding whole chillies to a bottle of olive oil (puncture them to make them sink). Take care when preparing chillies as the substance which causes the ‘hot’ flavour can also cause irritation if it comes in contact with the eyes

  • Vegetable Seeds - Chilli Padron - The Tapas Pepper
    Vegetable Seeds - Chilli Padron - The Tapas Pepper

    Chili Seeds Padron also known as the tapas pepper lets you enjoy this Spanish eating experience from your own garden and is excellent when added to stir-fries. Alternatively shallow fry in oil or slice in half stuff with cheese and bake in the oven

  • Pepperoncini Chilli Seeds (Heatless)
    Pepperoncini Chilli Seeds (Heatless)

    Very long, thin sweet green peppers native to the Lombardia region of Italy. Usually cooked whole; great for pickling.

    £1.50
    southdevonchillifarm.co.uk
  • Chilli - Pepper Jalapeno Seeds
    Chilli - Pepper Jalapeno Seeds

    The original fiery chilli pepper. The 2in/5cm, plump and glossy green fruits (later red) are freely produced on short, branching plants. Try them thinly sliced in salads and sandwiches, stuffed with cottage cheese or cooked to create hot and spicy dishes.

    £1.95
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • Chilli Pepper Praire Fire - Seeds
    Chilli Pepper Praire Fire - Seeds

  • Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds Suttons
    Pepper Chilli F1 Apache Seeds Suttons

    Neat compact plants bearing a prolific crop of medium hot green (turning to red) chillies. Grows to 45cm (18) tall. Patio type. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.