Chillies

Chillies

Chillies
For those who like things hot, look no further. Sow these indoors in a warm soil from mid April to May in trays or modules. They can either be kept indoors or moved outside if you have a sheltered spot. Chillies will put up with more temperature fluctuations than peppers. Harvest when ripe late August to October. Love chillies but don’t have lots of space then the answer is our chilli mix choices.

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Dark green turning red, they get significantly hotter as they are left to mature but can be picked at any stage. The fruits vary between 2½cm and 5cm long. Often used in Mexican sauces and relishes, they are a good choice for salsa as they are thin walled and do not need peeling. Price for 10 seeds 0.50
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Bridging the gap between medium to hot Fresno is a versatile choice. Whilst green add them to sauces, dips, casseroles, soups and so on when they add less heat and lots of flavour. Maturing from dark green to red, about 90 days or so from transplanting, they will give you more heat as time goes on. The plants are shorter than many others and upright, the fruits are conical and pungent. AGM winner. Price for 10 seeds.

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Show-stopping, stunning, unusual are all adjectives that spring to mind: the foliage is tinged purple, the flowers are deep purple, the chillies ripen from dark purple to rich red.  These chillies are on the hot side at 20000-30000 SHU and the well branched plants produce masses of them to enjoy.

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