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Apache chilli plant
A bushy, dependable chilli that is both very hot and productive..
Heat level: approx 60,000 SHU
Biquinho Yellow chilli 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
Calico chilli plant
A vibrant chilli plant with variegated leaves of green, purple, pink and white; beautiful, bright purple flowers and hot chillies ripening from almost black to red.
Heat level: approx 70,000 SHU
Coffee Bean chilli plant
An unusual chilli with tiny, round fruit on short, bushy plants that do well in small pots and look great on a sunny windowsill. The fruit are hot and fruity-flavoured.
Heat level: approx 77,000 SHU
Dorset Naga 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
Fairy Lights chilli 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
Lemonella chilli plant
Chilli plants var. Lemonella have bright yellow chillies with a citrusy flavour.
Heat level: 55,000 SHU
Loco chilli plant
Beautiful chilli plants with a cascading growth habit, purple-tinged flowers and upright, purple fruit that ripen to a red. Medium heat and very attractive
Heat level: approx. 24,000 SHU
NuMex Twilight 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
Sparkler chilli 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 chilli 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
Super Tramp chilli 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
Turtle Claw chilli 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