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Habanero Chillies (9)
Spice Chillies (9)
Superhots (including Dorset Naga) (5)
Vegetable Chillies (4)
Apricot plug plant
An almost heatless habanero with an exceptional flavour and aroma. The fruit are delicious as a fragrant addition to salads and sandwiches.
Heat level: approx 700 SHU
Bengle Naga plug plant
A prolific superhot chilli producing pale green, almost white, fruit that ripen to a red. Strong, bubblegum-type flavour.
Heat level: ranging from 732,000–923,000 SHU
Biquinho Red plug plant
A small Brazilian chilli pepper that is very popular, very sweet and so mild it can be eaten whole off the bush. Good in salads, sandwiches and as “flavour bombs” in stews.
Heat level: 400 SHU
Dorset Naga plug plant
Dorset Naga has a scorching heat, combined with a distinctive fruity aroma, making this a truly exceptional chilli. Plants can be extremely productive.
Heat level: up to 1,221,000 SHU or more
Dorset Zinger plug plant
Another superhot chilli exclusive to Sea Spring Seeds. The skin texture of these chillies is unique; distinguished by tiny pimples scattered over an otherwise smooth surface.
Heat level: approx 1,058,000 SHU
Early Jalpeño plug plant
Medium-statured plants producing high quality, hot, thick fleshed fruit. Traditionally eaten green, these sausage-shaped chillies will ripen to a sweet, red.
Heat level: approx 33,000 SHU
Fairy Lights plug plant
A stunning example of chillies at their most colourful, Fairy Lights has purple flowers, dark leaves and brightly coloured, upright chillies.
Heat level: approx. 45,000 SHU
Fatali plug plant
A very hot and extremely aromatic chilli that should satisfy even the most die-hard chilli head! Fruit ripen from green to a bright yellow.
Heat level: approx 260,000 SHU
Fire plug plant
Fire by name, and fire by nature… need we say more? Originating in Suriname, this superhot chilli has wrinkled, elongated fruit that are wide at the shoulder, then quickly taper down to a point.
Heat level: approx 572,000 SHU
Hungarian Hot Wax plug plant
An easy-to-grow, early maturing chilli that might be worth trying outdoors. In the kitchen it is a jack-of-all-trades that can be stuffed, fried or added to salads.
Heat level: approx 6,000 SHU
Jamaican Jerk plug plant
A Jamaican scotch bonnet variety distinguished by its large orange-yellow fruit that are hot and have a delicious, distinctive orange aroma.
Heat level: approx 105,000 SHU
Joe’s Long Cayenne plug plant
Fantastically long cayenne chillies growing on bold, upright plants. The fruit are medium hot and start green, ripening to a red.
Heat level: approx 22,000 SHU
Lemon Drop plug plant
Attractive, bright yellow fruit with a crisp, lemon-like flavour that are excellent in any chilli sauce or chutney. Easy to grow plants.
Heat level: approx 56,000 SHU
Moruga Scorpion plug plant
A legendary superhot that lives up to its reputation – with fruit measuring a life-threatening 1.12 million SHUs. And if you can get past the heat, the smell is great, too.
Heat level: approx. 1,121,000 SHU
Mulato Isleno Poblano plug plant
Poblano chillies (also called ‘ancho’) are indispensable in Mexican cuisine. The fruit of this variety are large, heart-shaped and flavourful.
Heat level: very mild
NuMex Twilight plug plant
Colourful and hot, the fruit start purple, then turn yellow, orange and finally red. They grow upright and are produced on bushy plants that grow well in pots.
Heat level: approx 30,000 SHU
Orange Habanero plug plant
Orange Habanero is a combination of beauty and the beast: brutishly hot while being seductively fruity. Plants are productive and medium-sized.
Heat level: approx 250,000 SHU
Paper Lantern plug plant
A very popular habanero, and for good reason – plants are extremely productive, and the very hot, smooth skinned chillies have a lovely flavour.
Heat level: approx 300,000 SHU
Pimiento de Padron plug plant
A popular chilli used in traditional Spanish tapas.
Heat level: Immature fruit (the stage they are used in the Spanish tapas) are almost heatless; mature fruit are 12,000 SHU.
Rooster Spur plug plant
Short, bushy plants that do very well in small pots on a windowsill or in large pots, when they can produce thousands of very small, very hot fruit.
Heat level: approx 180,000 SHU
Sparkler plug plant
Attractive, bushy and compact; and perfect as a windowsill plant. The chillies are thin, upright and very hot, changing from pastel yellow to red as they mature.
Heat level: approx 160,000 SHU
Spike plug plant
A rambunctious, bushy plant that produces a multitude of very hot and very thin chillies, which are sharply-pointed and upright, hence the name “Spike”!
Heat level: approx 100,000 SHU
Stumpy plug plant
Compact, diminutive plants full of upright, medium heat fruit, which ripen from yellow to a red. Their small size makes these plants ideal for growing in small spaces.
Heat level: approx 27,000 SHU
Submarine plug plant
A fantastically-flavoured and aromatic chilli with stunning good looks. This yellow chilli is so good you’ll wish it was a submarine that you could live inside!
Heat level: approx 135,000 SHU
Super Tramp plug plant
One of the easiest chillies to grow, Super Tramp is early, high yielding and hot. Does well in pots. Recommended for beginners, but a great chilli for everyone.
Heat level: approx 36,000 SHU
Trinity plug plant
A high yielding chilli with bold, deeply-grooved, red fruit with a particularly likable, fruity aroma, and a heat level that makes it manageable for most people.
Heat level: approx 40,000 SHU
Turtle Claw plug plant
An unusual variety yielding masses of worm-shaped, superb lemon-flavoured fruit on tidy, bushy plants. This variety quickly becomes most cooks’ favourite.
Heat level: approx 96,000 SHU