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Final week for Late May plants, we will dispatch the final orders after Bank Holiday, it will included beans, courgettes, melon, pumpkin, squashes, sweetcorn, herbs, leek, strawberries (dispatch runs to 31st May), there is still time to order ~ Late May plants, click here.

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Jill's Chilli Collection

Sizzling Hot Pot-luck Chilli Peppers Collection (Late May)

Sizzling Hot Pot-luck Chilli Peppers Collection (Late May)


Price: 7.00

Quantity:

This collection will have 5 organic chilli plants, it will be a random selection from the varieties below, but each will be labelled.

TOTAL 5 ORGANIC PLANTS

Pot-luck 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)
Chilli Pepper ~ Superchilli


+ Free postage

May Chilli Collection (Early May)


Price: 7.00

Quantity:

Collection consist of the following varieties:

Chilli Pepper ~ Purple Gusto F1

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 ~ Cherry Bomb F1

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 ~ Jalapeno Early

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

Chilli Pepper ~ Fireflame F1

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)

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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