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  1. New


    A compact and mild chilli pepper, ideal for pots and containers outdoors in the garden or in the greenhouse. These small, yellow drop-shaped chillies can be eaten whole in salads and add a gentle heat to a wide variety of dishes. They can also be pickled whole for a mild chilli hit in the colder winter months. Scoville units / heat level: 500 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    With large fruits, that mature from green to red, this sweet bell pepper lives up to the name "wonder" due to it being a wonderful addition to the vegetable plot, kitchen garden or even in pots and containers on the patio. With a wide range of culinary uses, from raw in salads, or stuffed, it prefers a position in full sun, especially when fruits are ripening. ... Learn More


    (30 seeds)

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    This vigorous and high yielding plant has good foliage and produces peppers which, with a score of 1000-5000 on the scoville scale, are a slightly milder variant of the popular Hot Banana. The conical shaped pods are sweet, juicy and succulent with thick walls which ripen from green to bright yellow. It is delicious when used fresh in salsas and salads. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  4. New


    As the name suggests, this pepper has small, glossy, cherry-sized fruits, which ripen from green to a bright cherry red. The plant can produce an abundance of peppers throughout its growing season. A great variety for the garden or patio, an abundance of fruits can also give it an ornamental appearance, in addition to it having a wide range of culinary uses. Fantastic in salads, raw or cooked, and brilliant for preserving. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  5. New


    The compact nature of this hot pepper makes it very suitable for growing in patio pots and containers, so is ideal for those with limited space . With over 50 ripe red fruits per plant up to 3cm in length, ‘Fiery Flames’ as the name suggests, is a hot one, so ideal for asian and chinese cookery. Scoville units / heat level: 86,000 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    A high yielding plant which produces attractive long, shiny, wrinkled fruits which have a very hot fruity flavour (measuring 135,000 on the Scoville Scale). Delicious when used fresh in salsas and salads, they can also be dried then ground for hot sauces. This attractive, showy plant can be grown in the greenhouse and outdoors in pots. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  7. New


    One of the most popular chilli varieties, producing long, green pods up to 10cm long, with a medium heat and slightly spicy flavour. Most commonly picked when green, they can also be left to fully ripen to a bright orange or red. A very versatile pepper which is delicious when stuffed with cheese, and grilled, sliced in salads and also are great for pickling. Prefers full sun and a sheltered position if grown outside in pots or containers, or grow them in your greenhouse or conservatory. Scoville units/heat level: 2,500 - 10,000 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  8. New


    This compact plant bears heavy sets of multiple straight pods which mature early in the season and continue to produce fruit for a long extended harvest. The fragrant and fiery fruit (rating 23,000 on the Scoville scale) quickly ripen from green to rich deep red. This is the most commonly grown chilli in Tibet where they are made into spicy sauces and pastes. Ideal for pot production and garden containers. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  9. New


    This medium heat pepper is ideal for the Mexican chilli and salsa lovers. A single plant may yield up to 25,long, glossy orange fruits (up to 11cm long) and can also be used to bring a chilli hum to spicy soups and pickles well for a winter supply in the cupboard! Scoville units / heat level: 10,000 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  10. New


    ‘Red Glow’ as the name suggests, is a hotter pepper than its relative 'Orange Glow' with the heat packed into slightly smaller red fruits of 7cm long, with a yield of up to 25 fruits per plant. This pepper can be grown in either the greenhouse or outside in pots, but will require support. The flavour and heat lends itself well to Mexicans dishes, spicy soups and is great for pickling for the winter months. Scoville units / heat level: 27,000 ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  11. New


    This small, pointed, cherry-type hot pepper has an unusual triangular shape resembling a small spinning top. The fruit have a hot (measuring 30,000 on the Scoville Scale) yet fruity flavour and are ideal for pickling or can be crushed up as a sauce. Plants bears fruit all season long and may be grown in the greenhouse and outdoors in pots. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)

  12. New


    This beautiful alpine perennial has purple bell-shaped flowers which are covered small delicate hairs, and a bright yellow centre for contrast. The foliage is feathery and coated in silver hairs and is slightly more compact in nature than other pulsatillas. Blooming in the spring to early summer it makes a lovely addition to any rock or alpine garden. Prefers full sun or partial shade in well-drained soil. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

  13. New


    An unusual miniature pumpkin, producing many white fruits per plant, each one the average size of a tennis ball. A favourite 'mini variety' amongst children for Halloween, it is also widely used as a wedding table and Christmas decoration. It does have culinary uses though, with sweet white flesh, and is ideal stuffed and baked as individual fruits. Requires a sunny, sheltered position and its more compact nature, makes it idea for growing up walls and trellis with some support or left to sprawl on a vegetable patch. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

  14. New


    An absolute monster for the garden if you have the room! This giant pumpkin variety holds both the American and Canadian records for size, over 1000lb in weight, so why not create your very own monster in time for Halloween. Despite the size it is also very good to eat, but with a pumpkin this size their will be enough soup and pie for the whole neighbour hood! The ultimate variety for giant pumpkin contests holding the world record at 1689lb. How big can you grow? Prefers a sheltered, sunny position, with plenty of space! ... Learn More


    (5 seeds)

  15. New


    Producing large, round orange fruits of up to 25kg, this is a real showstopper and a great one for the children ( and the big kids too) to grow in competitions, though a 'hundredweight' is more likely to be achieved if just a single fruit is left to grow on each plant. Perhaps not one for the smaller gardens, but great for larger spaces or the vegetable patch. A great variety for roasting, soups and pies, as well as some monster Halloween lanterns! Best grown in a sheltered position in full sun, with well-drained soil. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)

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