Legendary chile pepper variety from Trinidad. One of the hottest chile peppers known to man. One pod is said to give enough heat to spice up 7 pots of stew.
Grows very nicely on pots. Loves heat and lots of light. Very prolific and gorgeous plant.
Insanely super hot variety! You have been warned! This actually resembles Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw a lot, not just with it’s looks but the heat type and taste too.
Very very prolific plant which grows very well in pots. Ideal for hydroponics too. One of the best tasting super hots.
Very odd version of 7pod chili pepper. These very hot, quite large and tasty pods will stay mostly green, with variable yellow tint. The final color is quite out of the ordinary. The plant is very compact and it bears a lot of pods. Very good when dried and powdered.
A great tabasco-relative chile pepper. It has a very hot pods and it produces very impressive amount of pods every time. Loves to grow in pots. This plant likes the hottest spot in your growing environment, especially when producing pods.
Absolutely great variety from Curico, Chile. The taste is so good. It tastes completely different depending on the growing stage. The besting tasting pods can be enjoyed by picking them from the plant before they turn their color into red. Great as fresh practically with any food. The ordinary and smoked powder made from this variety is also insanely tasty! This variety was available all around the Finland as fresh in vegetable shelves and was made quite known in Finland by Fatalii Gourmet. The plant is easy to grow and it's extremely prolific. Ideal when picked by using staggered harvesting. Just keep picking off the largest pods and you can enjoy yield for all season long.
A brand new breed of the old Aji Fantasy bred by Fatalii.
This new version is made to be more thick fleshed. The taste of these incredibly delicious pods are little less sweet, they're much more fresh tasting and it has a 'sparkly' overtones compared to traditional Aji Fantasy. Quite compact plant for a C. baccatum. Gives amazing yields even in little lower light conditions. This variety is third generation so it’s not stable yet.
Very, limited supply. Get yours now if you want to grow these on the coming season.
More seeds will be available at autumn 2017.
One of the great, great baccatum varieties which are large in size but very very fast to grow and ripen it’s pod. The taste is very aromatic. Non-sweet but very very great for all kinds of cooking. Produces a huge amount of pods in one season!
This tough, rare wild chili pepper is very easy to grow. It gives great yields of small pods which have very Tepin-like heat and unique aroma. Actually works quite nicely as a dried powder. The plant is very tolerable against both heat and cold. It does not tolerate against frost though. If you are looking for a all around, easy-to-grow tough chili plant and are little bit interested in wild chilis, this one is surely for you!
Huge, very mild, great tasting and super sweet classic variety from Mexico.
Ideal for stuffing. Matures to dark brown, almost black.
This is the "mexican bell pepper".
A great substitute for normal nonpungent bell peppers. Sturdy plant which produces large amount of huge pods.
Quite rare baccatum chili pepper with lot of fruity overtones with it’s taste. Great at all stages of maturity. Extremely prolific plant!
Slice some tony pieces on your bread and you will fall in love with this variety.
Quite fast plant to produce yield.
Grows very well in pots. Matures from white to red.
White, or actually pale yellow version of the famous Ghost Pepper.
Heat level is just insane! One of the hottest even from the super hot category!
A lots of great aroma similar to Naga Morich/Ghost Pepper.
One of the most prolific plants I’ve ever seen.
Ideal for extreme cooking. Use as fresh, turn into powder or froze some minced chili to use later.
This unusual variety produces very big and extremely hot pods with a scary but very fantastic fruitful aroma. The plants are very tall and can bear a lot of pods every season.
Not sure how many generations this plant has been bred but expect some variation with several plants as it’s not stable yet.
A great one to grow!
A fantastic wild variety which is the mother of all baccatum peppers. It has a great flavor and it produces a large amount of pods which come loose very easily. Ideal for home growing as it's very easy and produces good yields even it doesn't have perfect conditions.
A small,very pretty ornamental chili plant suitable for small pots and indoors growing.
Perfect for Bonsai-growing due to lots of tiny leaves. Surprisingly useful for
If you are looking for a compact plant, this one is the one for you.
This prolific, fast and compact plant produces very hot pods which often turn black before finally ripening bright red.
This one of the hottest annuum peppers and perfect for hot Asian and Mexican cooking!
So beatiful variety which ripens from dark purple or light-purple to red depending on the intensity of light. These pods are quite hot and have a nice hint of Capsicum chinense aroma. Great as a dried powder. This plant is a great candidate for turning it into a bonchi (bonsai chili). The plant itself can also get quite dark depending on the amount of light it’s growing under.
This variety is not fully stable yet.
Pretty looking purple & black ornamental variety with quite round pods which look nice at all stages of maturity. The plant is very compact and suitable for growing in small pots or balcony pots. These pods pack a quite pungency. When dried and powdered, it tastes like Italian tomatoes dried in the sun.
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.
Rare, very different kind of chili pepper. It’s quite mild all around but still might surprise if you eat it as it is.
Sweet, full taste. Very compact plant, which produces a lot of pods which look like brown eggs.
For a chili collector who wants more mild and unique plants and pods.
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.
3 (can be very tricky to germinate, bloom and to set fruit.Two plants from different seeds will maximize the success rate.)
Extremely rare wild chili pepper species from Peruvian Andes.
Only few seed packages sold whenever they happen to be available.
A little cold tolerant.Quite hot, aromatic pods. The powder made from this variety is very tasty.
Flowers are tubular with yellowish spots on the center.
Extremely pretty, rare chili pepper which produces pods which will ripen from purple to red. The taste of these pods is so tasty! The great looks and it’s usefulness make it a great all around plant. This plant is also very tough which makes it ideal for bonsai chili (bonchi projects!).
Super, super prolific long and thin, funny looking chili peppper! A little above medium pods which are great for oriental cooking.
Great for outdoor and greenhouse growing! A nice plant to have on your balcony too! Grows very well in pots.
Nice ornamental variety which has a great color palette when maturing. Looks great in a small pot as a tiny ornamental to decorate your house, patio, balcony or garden. Matures from light green to yellow to orange, and finally ripens to red. Might have some shades of purple.
A wonderful variety which gives great yields no matter where it's growing, indoors, outdoors, in greenhouse or in a garden. Ideal for oriental dishes. Easy to grow but not recommended for overwintering. Best to grow as annual plant.
Challenge 2: (Easy to grow but can be difficult to overwinter).
Very useful variety which produces upright pods which ripen from dark green to orange-red. Cayenne like taste with a little less heat, just a little above average heat level. Very prolific even in colder environment. Ideal for oriental cooking.
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow, overwintering not recommended indoors).
A fantastic first wild chili plant to grow! Very pretty plant with stunningly pretty flowers. The small pods are very hot and have unique flower which work great as a powder! Praetermissum taste is a favorite wild chili taste for many chiliheads.
The plants are very prolific, large plants can produce hundreds, even thousands of pods per season.
Very good baccatum variety especially for a beginner grower as it’s very easy and gives nice crops even when ideal growing conditions are not available.
This kind of chili peppers I recommend over typical Cayennes and Jalapenos if you want to have a great success with growing as a beginner.
Of course, a chili grower who has grown for a while can get bountiful crops out of this variety!
The taste is very aromatic and great for all kind of cooking where you want to add just a nice little heat.
Hot to eat as it is but when used with cooking I’d still call this one medium hot.
This pretty plant is very easy to grow and produces an amazing amount of round pods which mature from green to red. Ideal for all kinds of growing, like indoor growing, outdoor growing, balcony growing and bonsai growing. Tolerates cold weather quite well.
Wild form of C. baccatum. Very nice looking plant when filled with small pods. These pods come loose very easily which makes it easy to pick. Produces a lots of pods with strong peppery aroma and nice heat which dissolves quite quickly.
Very compact, and extremely prolific variety which produces a stunning amount of fingertip sized red pretty pods. Medium hot. The pods have great aroma which makes them very useful with all kinds of cooking. Very good as fresh and as a powder too. Ideal kitchen plant.
Wild type chili pepper with piercing pungency which comes down quite quickly. This actually works very well with oriental cooking. The type of the heat actually resembles sichuan pepper a little. Rare and prolific.
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.
This is a Mexican variety used to make tamales, marinades, stews and soups. It resembles
medium-hot Mexican peppers like Jalapeño and Serrano, and can be used like
these when still green. Mexican cuisine uses dozens of chili varieties for
creating subtle nuances in cooking. A traditional “mole” sauce can contain up
to 40 different chili varieties! This small, pretty pepper is not nearly as
well known in western cooking as Jalapeño – but since the Mexicans love it, why
shouldn’t you check it too? Catarina just might be the secret ingredient to
make your dishes that one special bit better than others’ ?
Plant is very compact sized and produces amazing amount of pods each cycle.
A bonus for this variety is that it's usable as a shaker for musicians when dried!
The seeds will rattle inside the pod. We are using these in recordings too. :)
Cayenne variation which has just average heat level instead of the piercing pungency of traditional Cayenne. This variety is medium compact and bears great yields especially under the full sun. Ideal for outdoor, balcony, patio and greenhouse growing.
Challenge: 1 (very easy to grow, just remember it can be susceptible for pests when growing indoors).
Oh my what a variety this one is! What amazing looks, just incredibly tasty aroma, beats typical habaneros so easily. Very prolific every time! The pods ripen from pale green to pinkish-purple. Just amazing! Ideal for a bonsai chile pepper. Definitely one of all time favorites. This is an great example what chile peppers can be instead of the ever so typical cayenne-types.
Recent research considers these wild and semi-wild peppers as the oldest known chili pepper species in the world. In a way: “the mother of chili”! As a plants they are very different from anything else when it comes to chili. The plants itself isn’t the beauty-queen of capsicums. It’s typically a mess of long, thin stems sprawling everywhere. Fortunately, it’s not very big, either – and one can always use scissors. It produces masses of tiny, very (!) lovely snow-white flowers and (later) oval, spicy (but not very hot) orange-red berries. These berries are actually very useful in all sorts of cooking, both fresh and dried. As strange as it may seem, these plants also make some very attractive bonsai plants! Also one of the easiest wild peppers to germinate. This should be a part of any capsicum enthusiast’s collection!
Rare, very beautiful tiny Habanero relative which easily produces hundreds and hundreds of yellow, candy looking, quite hot and very very aromatic, fruit-flavored pods. Said to be the most valuable chili pepper when sold as a powder as the pods are very tiny.
Great for ornamental use, and still great for cooking. Makes a LOVELY bonchi (bonsai chili) plant also. A must have for every chiliheads collection.
A very easy to grow chili pepper which produces an insanely huge crop on a compact plant! Quite small, super fruity-aromatic, fantastic looking pods make this one ideal for bonsai chili pepper growing too! Very good for all kind of cooking. These pods are great when used either fresh or dried as a powder or flakes. Fun variety to grow and it’s very suitable for even beginners.