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Jill's Chilli Collection

Now available in March and April to help you plant at a suitable time for your glasshouse.

The varieties we have selected represent those we believe offer the best flavour within a wide range of shapes, sizes, colours and, of course, heat level. We have included the Poblano a large, Mexican mild chilli that is perfect for stuffing and sauces known as 'moles' (as in guacamole).

Delivery for this collection ~ March and April.

TOTAL 5 ORGANIC PLANTS

1 plant of the following varieties:

  • Chilli Pepper ~ Cherry Bomb F1
  • Chilli Pepper ~ Purple Gusto F1
  • Chilli Pepper ~ Jalapeno Early
  • Chilli Pepper ~ Fireflame F1
  • Chilli Pepper ~ Poblano (known as Ancho or Mulato when dried)
  • + Free postage

More information on these varieties see below.

March Chilli Collection


Price: 6.25

Quantity:

April Chilli Collection


Price: 6.25

Quantity:

Collection consist of the following varieties:

Chilli Pepper ~ Cherry Bomb F1 (April)

Early, productive hot cherry variety produced on small, strong plants; fruits are about 7cm in diameter and ripen from green to bright red; thick walled.

Chilli Pepper ~ Purple Gusto F1 (April)

This new variety has been developed in the UK for both amateur and professional growers; medium-hot type, adaptable to a range of growing techniques; makes a very ornamental plant.

Chilli Pepper ~ Jalapeno Early (April)

Mexican type - pick green or red; firm, crisp & HOT!!! Earlier and better adapted to cooler growing conditions than standard "Jalapeno".

Chilli Pepper ~ Fireflame F1 (April)

Hot cayenne pepper; slim, 10-13cm long fruits mature from dark green to red; high yield of healthy fruits, even outdoors; suitable for container growing.

Chilli Pepper ~ Poblano (known as Ancho or Mulato when dried) (April)

One of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico; large, thick-fleshed variety with a mild flavour; ideal for stuffing and salads. An immature poblano is dark purplish green in color, but eventually turns a red so dark as to be nearly black.
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