Chilli Growing Equipment
Attempted to germinate 5 recently using the paper towel method. 4 successfully germinated within a week (the other did not even after a further 10 days), and three have gone on to make solid starts to life. The fourth germination took a while to shed its casing and finally did so only to reveal a stunted brown tip in place of leaves (only the second time I've seen this after one masquerade seed in the same batch).
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Powdered Dried Chillies
A Turkish cayenne that ripens to a red, medium hot chilli that can be dried or used fresh.
Approximate number of seeds per pack: 20
The upright plants are ideal as edible ornamentals kept in a conservatory or on a sunny windowsill in the house. They can be grown without support in pots 1 to 5 litres in volume.
Heat level: hot
(approx. 47,000 SHU)
A stunning example of chillies at their most colourful; the purple fruit turn yellow, then orange and finally red.
Heat level: medium
(approx 24,000 SHU)
An outstandingly beautiful chilli that puts on a spectacular show of colours.
A stunningly attractive chilli that puts on a spectacular show of colours. The cone-shaped fruit ripen from purple to yellow, followed by orange, and finally red. They are a mere 2.5cm long and fortuitously sit above the foliage, where the colourful display can be enjoyed. Not only are the fruit great to look at, but they are also hot, adding culinary value to an already exceptional variety.