Chilli Pepper Seeds
Hot chilli peppers to grow from seed including the worlds hottest chilli peppers from India and Trinidad, large range of over 150 varieties including Jalapeno, Birds eye, Padron and ornamental peppers
Some of the worlds hottest chilli peppers
Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia and Trinidad peppers
Cayenne Long Slim chilli pepper seeds
Chilli Pepper Cayenne Long Slim, produces a semi compact plant approx 60cm high. Fruits are pendant setting, long and wrinkled. The fruit has a thin wall and is ideal for drying. 3-5,000 Scoville approx
13cm length 1.5cm in diameter
Capsicum chinense from the Chile Pepper Institute. These are the genuine Bhut Jolokia chilli pepper seeds the 'Blistering Hot' Indian ghost chilli pepper that originates in the area of Assam, India. Tested by the Chilli 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 - Bhut Jolokia or ghost chilli Handle with caution.
Germination maintain a constant 28-32C
Chilli Pepper seeds
Grow some of the worlds hottest chilli peppers from seed full listing Chilli Seeds
Over 180 chilli peppers to grow from seed, plus over 900 varieties of vegetable seeds. Companion planting to prevent garden pests attacking crops of vegetables is recommended, wide range of herb seeds for culinary, medicinal and companion planting.
Seed germination; Chilli pepper seeds sow January to late April. Sow hot peppers
early as some
can take 120+ days from transplanting to fruiting. Temp
should be maintained at the indicated temp 25-30°C seeds will germinate at 25C
but will take longer 30C+ is the preferred temp for the very hot peppers, Jolokia, Morich, Tepin, Pequin and Habanero types can be slow and erratic to emerge (allow up 35+ 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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