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Pepper seeds


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Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Heatwave (Hot)

Thompson & Morgan Herbs

Thanks to Columbus who is credited with discovering the cayenne pepper, gardeners and cooks can enjoy the pleasure of this mixture containing red, yellow and orange. Beautifully ornamental and offering a 'mind blowing' hot flavor experience. Most

Pepper seeds : Chili : Meek and Mild (Poblana type)

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

The mildest chili, ideal for more delicate tastebuds! The large, shiny, bottle-green fruits are mildly pungent with a tinge of sweetness and ideal for stuffing and roasting. Fully ripe red fruits are ideal for powders and sauces. Generous yields

Pepper seeds : Chili : Pyramid

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

An attractive range of small, brightly-colored fruits produced non-stop throughout the summer on compact, bushy, 37cm (15in) tall plants. Ideal for growing in containers on a sunny patio. Flavor guide: Hot

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Black Pearl

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

A unique black-leaved chili pepper, greenish when young, changing to glossy black on maturity under sunny conditions. Bushy, well-branched plants 45cm (18in) high with a 30cm (12in) spread, produce hot shiny black fruits, turning dark red. This

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Cheyenne F1 Hybrid (Hot)

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

A compact, bushy, early ripening variety, growing to a height of 45cm (18in). Ideal grown in growbags or containers, making an attractive feature on the patio. Masses of medium sized green, turning orange fruits are produced throughout the summer.

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Pinocchio's Nose

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Unbelievably long, slender, cayenne-style fruits with strong pungency, excellent for hot sauces or for drying to make powders. Fruits ripen dark bottle-green to red. High yielding of fruits up to 25cm (10 inches) long. Bushy plants for indoor or

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Prairie Fire (Atomic)

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

These peppers might look small, but they certainly make up for size when it comes to flavor! One bushy plant will give you a non-stop summer crop of literally hundreds of mini, extremely hot peppers. (Capsicum annuum)

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Thai Dragon F1

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Not for the faint of heart, this variety gives Habenero a run tor its money. The 3. 5in fruits are prolific bearers, often yielding up to 200 fruits! Great addition in pickling jars to put some zip in your step. Harvest singly, or pull the entire

Pepper seeds : Chili/Hot : Tropical Heat (Atomic)

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

A tantalizing mix of Caribbean Habenero red and orange plus the yellow and red Scotch Bonnets. All fruits are green prior to ripening and have a very hot, fiery pungency at maturity.

Pepper seeds : Chili/Medium : Jalapeno Summer Heat

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

The pizza pepper! An earlier ripening Jalapeno with longer, slightly tapered fruits up to 1/2in. Traditionally the fruits are picked green, but can be left to ripen red. The unusual 'scarred' skin is a desired trait of the Mexican Jalapeno.

Pepper seeds : Chili/Moderate : Padron

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Padron is also known as the Tapas Pepper. Enjoy this Spanish culinary experience fresh from your own garden. Ideal picked when small and green for low levels of heat, as the heat increases as the fruits get larger and continue to mature to red.

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