Category Archives: Chilli Seeds

Gro-sure Chilli Growing Kit

Easy Care And No Mess – A Great Gift Ideaeverything You Need For A Bumper Crop Of Homegrown Chillies Is Included In This Brilliant Kit.easy To Grow Unwins Gro-sure Seeds And Compost Plus Full Growing Instructions To Get A Good Crop Of Long, Medium-hot ‘basket Of Fire’ Chillies.gro-sure Seeds Are Pelleted So They Are Easy

Chilli Pepper Jalapeno – Organic Seeds

Prepare For Blast-off With This Hot Chilli Pepper. Wonderful For Producing Fiery Dishes And Widely Used In Mexican Dishes. This Variety’s A Heavy Cropper, So They’ll Be Plenty Of Chillies To Enjoy. Luckily, You Don’t Have To Eat Them All At Once Because They preserve Perfectly When Pickled In Vinigar!

Chilli Pepper Seeds – Naga Yellow Blaze F1 Hybrid

exclusive To Unwinsgreat Uniformity And Vigourwonderful Hot, Tart Smoky Flavour,eat Fresh Picked Or Dry And Enjoy Later the First F1 Hybrid Yellow Naga Pepper. F1 Uniformity And Vigour Means It Performs Time After Time. Exclusive To Unwins In 2019 And Named By James Oakey.vigorous And Sturdy Stems Produce A Heavy Crop Of Medium Sized Chilli Fruits

Chilli Pepper Seeds – Cayennetta F1

This Vigorous Heavy-cropper Produces Lots Of Flavoursome Fruit Without Being Too Pungent! It Makes A Lovely Decorative Plant Too With Its Contrasting Deep Green Leaves And Red Fruit.sowing Indoorssow Seeds In Individual 7.5cm (3 In) Pots Filled With Seed Compost. Push These Seeds Into The Compost To A Depth Of 1cm (1/2 In). Place In

Chilli Pepper Seeds – Biquinho

A Variety Of Chilli Pepper From Brazil, Their Name Translates As Little Beaks. These Small, Round Sunshine Yellow Peppers Have The Aromatic Flavour Of A Chilli Pepper But Without The Intense Heat. Great To Add Flavour To A Variety Of Dishes Including Sauces And Salads, They Also Make Great Chilli Jam. 

Chilli Pepper Seeds – Solero

A Cayenne Type Chilli Pepper, Solero Is Not For The Faint Hearted! Masses Of Long, Thin Fruits Are Borne On Strong, Bushy Plants And Start Green Maturing Through To Red. Chillis Are Very Hot And Are Ideal For Making Salsa Or Used As An Ingredient For A Fiery Salad. Crops Can Be Dried To Produce

Chilli Pepper Seeds – Padron

Known As The Spanish Tapas Chilli, Padron Varies Intensely In Heat So Be Warned! As A Rule These Chillis Get Hotter The Older They Get – Pick When Young And Green For A Milder Flavour Or Allow To Mature For More Heat. A Versatile Ingredient They Can Be Added To Stir-fries, They Can Be Stuffed

Chilli Pepper Basket Of Fire – Seeds

Extremely Prolific Chilli Producing Loads Of Fruit That Changes From Purple To Orange To Signal Red.the Fruit Are Upward Facing Making Them Easy To See And Pick.extremely Hot So Be Careful How You Eat Them!brilliant For Very Spicy Dishes.

Chilli Chenzo – Seeds

Chenzo Is A Really Attractive Medium Hot Chilli, Producing High Numbers Of Chillis On A Dome Shaped Plant (like A Mini Acer). The Purple Fruit Matures Through To A Red And It Has Excellent Cold Tolerance Allwoing It To Fruit Longer Than Other Varieites. Use This Chilli To Spice Up Your Dish. Truly Something Special.

Chilli Pepper Gusto Mixed – Seeds

A Great Combination Of Green, Red And Purple Chillis.if You Like Your Chillis Medium Spicy Then These Are The Ones For You.perfect For Adding Fresh To Dishes To Add A Little Spice. They Can Be Dried Too.

Chilli Demon Red – Seeds

Red Demon Are Attractive Very Dwarf Plants Ideal For Edible And Ornamental Use.the Attractive Flowers And Upward Pointing Fruits are Produced Abundantly Throughout The Season. Bred For Growing On A Windowsill Or In patio Containers. This Chilli May Be Small But It Has A Powerful Taste!