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Bird's Eye Baby

Bird's Eye Baby

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
cooking, too!
If you are looking for a compact plant, this one is the one for you.

Highly recommended for beginners!

Challenge: 1 (easy)

 

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2.80€

Black Scorpion Tongue

Black Scorpion Tongue

A rare and true beauty! This ornamental variety is quite useful for cooking, too. The
moderately hot pods go through many beautiful colors, including purple, before
they finally turn bright red when ripe. Even the pretty flowers have purple
tones. A delight for any chili-loving home!

Limited supply available again!
Challenge: 1 (easy)

 

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3.90€

CAP 1166

CAP 1166

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.


Challenge: 1 (Very easy to grow).

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2.10€

CGN 21500

CGN 21500

C. chinense

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.

Limited supply, get it now!
 
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow).

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4.30€

Cheiro Recife

Cheiro Recife

C. chinense

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.

Limited supply! 

Challenge: 1

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3.50€

Cheiro Roxa

Cheiro Roxa

One of the greatest looking chile peppers I've ever seen!
After tasting it it immediately became one of my favorites of all time.
The taste is on the best side of C. chinenses, the taste could be compared to pink habanero with something other unique freshness.
Heat level is between mild to moderate.
Not too hot for a habanero-relative.
Easy to grow.
Great for bonsai / bonchi purposes. The pods turn from green-black-purple to pinkish purple. From Brazil.
Very limited supply!
Challenge: 2

Only few items left

6.90€

Chocolate Scorpion

Chocolate Scorpion

If you don't want your chile peppers that hot, then skip this one.
Extremely hot variety which should make every people horrified!
 
Compact plant which makes it ideal for indoor growing too.
Just make sure to provide enough light for it for a good yield and insanely hot pods.
 
Limited amount of seeds available.
 
Challenge: 2 (Needs a plenty of light)
 

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3.60€

Clavo, Red

Clavo, Red

A relative to famous Habanero pepper with very nice, aromatic flavor and great looks. The
fruit is hot without being as hot as many other chinese peppers, so it is very
usable for everyday cooking. The plant itself is compact and perfect for bonsai
growing.

Extremely prolific!

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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4.60€

Congo, Yellow

Congo, Yellow

C. chinense

A yellow version of the legendary Congo Pepper.

This one has a very powerful C. chinense aroma which makes even classic habaneros taste like bell peppers compared to this one. 
There are not enough adjectives to compare the aromatic qualities of this variety.
 
And then, we get to heat... this is extremely hot variety which gets a rating of ten from a scale of 0-10. 
The heat level is not up to where Moruga Scorpion and Naga Morich etc are.
But the heat type is one of it's kind. Very raw and barbaric but still gentle in a way that it's hard to explain, It has a pleasant rise and end.
Highly recommended fr habanero-lovers. If you haven't tasted habeneros, this one is the one to try at first!
Ideal as a bonsai / bonchi plant.
 
Challenge: 1 (Very easy to grow)

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3.20€

Cumari Alongado

Cumari Alongado

Quite special semi-wild C. praetermissum variety with long pods.

They have very nice, high heat level.
Turns into a great tasting powder that gives a nice tingling in your tongue.
The plant itself is very gorgeous and can be filled with nice pods.
Ideal for bonsai chile growing too.

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5.90€

Fidalgo Roxa

Fidalgo Roxa

This variety is one of the best looking chile peppers there is. When filled with mature pods, it looks like a plant holding candies. Besides being quite hot, they look just amazing with purple-green color when immature and purple-pink color when mature. Just look at the pictures and see for yourself, a real eye-catcher. The taste is also very good. One of greatest habanero-relatives out there. A true chilehead definitely will have this variety in his/her collection. Rare and exceptionally unusual!

Grows well even in small pots. Great as a bonsai chile pepper! :)
 
Challenge: 1 (quite easy to grow).

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5.90€

Habanero, Brown Large

Habanero, Brown Large

Beautiful variety with huge chocolate colored extremely hot and very fruitful tasting pods!
Grows a neat thick stem which makes it very considerable for bonsai / bonchi growing!
Very hot!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

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3.90€

Hawaiian

Hawaiian

C. frutescens

Nice Capsicum frutescens from Hawaii. The plant is very sturdy and quite bushy. Loves a hot environment and grows very well in a pot. Great indoor plant! Pods ripen from light green to yellow-orange to red. Quite hot. Very good for home-made sauces.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow but requires warmth).

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2.90€

Lantern

Lantern

A pretty, lantern shaped variety. Orange pods that have a classic habanero-like aroma with a little less heat than typical habaneros. Gives a great yields even in smaller containers which makes this variety a great choice for bonsai chile growing. 


Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

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3.20€

Madagascar

Madagascar

A wild-type C. frutescens pepper from Madagascar.

Produces great yields and looks very good in small pot or as a bonsai chile pepper! If you grow it in a large pot, you will definitely get a huge plant with hundreds and hundreds of pods. The taste is very spicy and the heat level is definitely up there. Who wouldn't want to have a piece of living Madagascar in their home?
Very limited supply!
 
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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5.40€

Numex Twilight

Numex Twilight

C. annuum

An ornamental chile pepper that is so insanely pretty you simply can't miss it. If you like to grow useful chile peppers that are a true eye-candy! This is an ideal variety to decorate your windowsill, balcony, patio or garden. Perfect to be candied as it looks very pretty and has quite thin flesh. Very good bonsai chile candidate too. You can melt anyones heart with this one. Makes this an ideal gift item.

 
Challenge: 1 (Very easy to grow).

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2.90€

Ojos de Pescado

Ojos de Pescado

Very rare variety which has a great, tasty aroma. The plant looks absolutely great when different colored small, round pods fill the plant. Grows very well in small pots. Ideal to grow as a bonsai chile pepper. Compact and pretty. Matures from light green to yellow, orange  and finally to red. A real eye-catcher!

Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow)

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3.90€

Pimenta Preta

Pimenta Preta

C. chinense

Very unusual and extremely rare chile pepper from Brazil.
The plant itself is very compact shaped with dark purple leaves and stems.
The pods have medium heat level without any sweetness. The taste works great with many foods and especially as a smoked powder. The plant is very pretty at all stages of growth. The pods start from greenish purple and turn orange when mature. Grows very well in pots. Ideal for bonsai/bonchi growing.

VERY Heavy producer.


Challenge: 2

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4.40€

Pretty Purple

Pretty Purple

Very, very pretty ornamental pepper which can be used for cooking as a medium hot powder. The plant is very compact and the stems can grow quite big which makes it especially ideal for bonsai chile pepper growing. The pods mature from dark purple/black to yellow/purple/brown. Very odd final color. absolutely great looking these pods are ripening on a pretty plant.


Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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2.20€

Purple Cream

Purple Cream

One of a kind, so beautiful chili pepper with cream+purple color. The pods will have different colorations on them and the plant filled with these pods will look stunningly pretty! Very hot and tasty variety too. For chileheads who want to grow something very pretty and different. 

Challenge: 1

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4.60€

Short Yellow Tabasco

Short Yellow Tabasco

C. annuum

First, this pretty ornamental plant has nothing to do with the Tabasco pepper. 
That said, it is, however, a very popular choice 
especially for those who grow bonsai peppers at home. The berries are hot and 
useful especially when dried and ground. They can then be used like Asian 
–style red hot peppers.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

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2.20€

Sunrise Scorpion

Sunrise Scorpion

C. chinense

Very rare addition to the scorpion family. This is one of the hottest chile peppers known to man, so you should be extremely cautious especially if you are going to bite into this beast as it is.
I wouldn't recommend it because of it’s insane heat level unless you REALLY know what you're doing!

Produces very nice yields. 
Grows well in pots, which makes it perfect for even growing it as a bonchi (bonsai chile pepper).

Keep out of reach of children!!
 
Challenge: 1

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3.90€

Wild Lombok

Wild Lombok

C. frutescens

Wild Capsicum frutescens chili pepper. 
This one is very pretty with different colored hot pods.
Ideal for indoor or greenhouse growing as it loves high temperatures.
Great for bonsai chili pepper growing too.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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4.20€

Zimbabwe Bird

Zimbabwe Bird


Some peppers taken by Europeans from South
America to Africa have escaped the farms and home gardens, turning again kind
of wild. This variety used to be something very close to the Tabasco pepper a
long time ago. Now, when African climate and soil have affected it for many
years in the wilderness, this pepper has developed a character of its own. For
example, it is definitely hotter than South American frutescens peppers tend to
be. A very good, interesting alternative to hot red chili in many dishes, and as
frutescens plants do, easy to grow as long as you can give it enough warmth and
light. Very good for bonsai growing!



Challenge: 2

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3.20€

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