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Pimenta Diomar

Pimenta Diomar

C. chinense

As Brazil is in the very heart of the chili  peppers and their birth place, it is not too surprising that it has lots of  very unique varieties to offer. Here is a very nice example: Pimenta Diomar’s  bright red pods have a very different shape from Caribbean Habanero and other  familiar commercial chinense peppers. The heat is there, though, and some say  this tastes at least as good as the more common chinense peppers… Very compact plant which produces extremely high yields.  One of the most prolific plants ever seen. Great for bonsai chili growing. Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

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3.90€

Cascabel

Cascabel

A wonderful mild variety from mexico which has a great aroma with a nice sweetness. The name comes from the fact that you can use the dried pods as a shaker as the seeds will rattle inside the pod. Recommended especially for outdoor and greenhouse growing. Gives a good yields.     Challenge: 2 (might be difficult to overwinter).

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2.20€

C. flexuosum

C. flexuosum

Extremely rare wild chili pepper species.  Super limited supply available only for the fastest chiliheads. Very cold tolerant! Medium hot, very sweet pods. The powder made from this variety is both very valuable and very candy-like! Flowers are beautiful with yellow or green spots. Challenge: 3 (can be very tricky to germinate, bloom and to set fruit.Two plants from different seeds will maximize the success rate.)    VERY limited, seasonal supply!

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29.90€

Bolivian Rainbow

Bolivian Rainbow

C. annuum

One of the most beautiful and easiest ornamental pepper plants you can find! This small, compact plant is pretty even in the wintertime – but wait until it receives enough sunshine or suitable artificial light! The dark green leaves will turn shiny deep purple, almost black. The cone-shaped, erect pods go through colors of green, purple, pink, yellow and orange before ripening bright red! There are usually pods of all these colors in the plant at the same time, making it a perennial favorite of many people. The pods are moderately hot and perfectly usable in cooking.Challenge: 1 (easy)

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2.80€

Habanero, Snow White

Habanero, Snow White

C. chinense

Very very prolific, hot and good tasting Habanero variety. The color of these mature pods is very white! The plants look beautiful when filled with these pretty pods. Dry and powder this one for a very tasty chili powder. Or use fresh with all kinds of dishes. Challenge: 1 (easy to grow!)

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3.60€

Pink Habanero

Pink Habanero

C. chinense

This must be one of the most delightful and delicious peppers one can find! It looks like a pink-orange Habanero, it tastes exactly like a Habanero - but it's very mild it hardly has any heat at all! The strong, distinctive flavor makes this a perfect pepper for salads - or even for snacks! Very, very prolific plant! Best of all, it's great for even beginners to be grown in a pots.   Challenge: 1 (easy)

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3.20€

Habanero, Orange

Habanero, Orange

C. chinense

This is the very original Habanero pepper from Cuba! A true beauty with a bite to match and flavor to almost die for. Perfect for all kinds of cooking and a joy to your eyes, too.  An all-time classic among chili peppers. Ideal for bonchi growing too. Limited supply. Challenge: 1

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2.90€

Carolina Reaper, Yellow

Carolina Reaper, Yellow

C. chinense

A yellow version of the Guinness record holder Carolina Reaper. Besides insanely hot heat level, it has a very strong aroma, even tastier than the original version. At least feels hotter than the original too but at these heat levels it’s impossible to compare properly... These seeds will turn into third generation plants, so it’s not stable variety yet. But still, these plants turned out to be more stable than the original, red ones.   Limited supply. New supply will be added at late 2017.   Challenge: 1

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4.30€