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How do you like your peppers, super sweet or fiery hot? You'll find peppers galore here from the sweetest to the hottest in the world! Perfect for salads, stir-fries, roasting, snacking and giving a kick to curry and chili, peppers are extremely versatile and a good source of vitamins.
Chilli Pepper 'Pot Black'
Capsicum annum, Chili Pepper
A stunning British-bred chilli pepper bearing purple-tinged, dark green leaves and attractive purple flowers on neat, bushy plants. Flowers are followed by small glossy black fruits up to 4cm (1.5") long which gradually ripen to red. Chilli Pepper 'Pot Black' makes a superb ornamental plant for the patio or windowsill, producing medium-hot chillies with a wonderful intense flavour, which will pack a punch in a variety of dishes. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 40cm (16").
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Chilli Pepper 'Loco' F1 Hyrbid
Capsicum annum, Chili PepperA stunning 'ornamental edible' for the windowsill, patio container or hanging basket. Compact habit with masses of eye-catching, small, oval purple fruits sitting above the foliage and turning red on maturity. From British breeding and suitable for indoor, outdoor or greenhouse growing. Just spicy enough to add a kick to your cooking. More info
Chilli Pepper 'Paper Lantern'
Capsicum annum, Chili PepperMore productive and earlier ripening than a standard habenero - you can expect fruits ready to pick up to a fortnight quicker. The fiery fruits (scoville rating of 250,000!) are 5-7cm long, mid green in colour turning an orangey red and finally a rosy red on full maturity. Paper Lantern is best grown in large pots or with two plants per growbag in the greenhouse for the earliest fruits, or in a sunny sheltered spot outdoors if you don't mind waiting a little longer. Renowned for being blisteringly hot, Paper Lantern makes a tasty addition to hot sauces, salsas and soups - but it's not for the faint hearted! More info
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