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Aji Llaneron

Aji Llaneron

C. chinense

These mild, quite big pods are great for cooking if you want just the Capsicum chinenses exotic aroma without the heat. This treasure can really change your cooking into something so much better. 

Very prolific plant!

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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3.40€

Almapaprika

Almapaprika

C. annuum

Completely non-pungent, great looking Big, thick-fleshed pepper which is whitish green first, then creamy white and finally turns to red. Can be a size of a huge tomato. Great for salads and to be used as it is. Also great for stuffing! Sweet and fruity taste. Grows nicely even in smaller pots.

 
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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1.80€

Ancho, Poblano

Ancho, Poblano

C. annuum

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. 

Limited supply! 


Challenge: 1 (easy)

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2.80€

Bendigo

Bendigo

C. annuum

A SUPER SWEET and tasty, big bell pepper with very juicy and thick flesh!
No any heat whatsoever.
Super prolific plants give massive yields every time.
Early to mature.

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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1.90€

Bishop's Hat

Bishop's Hat

C. baccatum

This variety is also known by a name of "Bishop's Crown'.

Very sweet and mild variety. Quite easy to grow. Enjoys high temperatures but can also be grown outdoors even in colder climates. Very suitable for indoor growing too.
A great substitute for ordinary bell peppers.
 
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow!)

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2.90€

Brown Egg

Brown Egg

C. chinense

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.

Limited supply.

Challenge: 1

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3.70€

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€

Champion

Champion

C. baccatum

A mild, very tasty variety I have grown since 2003 almost every year. Has only a mild pungency. The taste is best when used before fully maturing. Just pick these pods just when start to turn into yellowish orange and you'll be amazed of the taste. One of the greatest mild varieties when picked at the right time! Let it ripen and it's still good, but more like ordinary mild pepper.

Very prolific and easy-to-grow variety.
 
Challenge: 1 (easy)

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2.90€

Ethiopian Peppertree

Ethiopian Peppertree

C. baccatum

Capsicum baccatum variety with exceptional sweetness. The pods can grow quite big which makes them good for stuffing. Heat level is quite mild. Very nice aroma which makes it a great choice for a mild pepper. Gives good yields and all kinds of conditions.


Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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3.10€

Fatalii's CHILIHEAD PACK (Chili Seed Kit)

Fatalii's CHILIHEAD PACK (Chili Seed Kit)

This seed kit is all about varieties which differ a lot from each other, they all belong to different species of chili peppers. After growing these you'll know so much more about chili peppers.

Bishop's Hat
This variety is also known by a name of "Bishop's Crown'.
Very sweet and mild variety. Quite easy to grow. Enjoys high temperatures but can also be grown outdoors even in colder climates. Very suitable for indoor growing too.
A great tasting substitute for ordinary bell peppers.

Bolivian Rainbow
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 for many people. The pods are moderately hot and perfectly usable with cooking. 

Cabai Burung Ungu
One of the most unique chile peppers I've ever seen! The looks of this plant is very beautiful! From Malaysia.
The name means "Purple Bird Pepper".
The pods mature from the tiny shiny deep purple to orange-purple to through  purplish crimson red to bright red. 
The taste is typical to C. frutescens species, very suitable to use as flakes or powder or whole pods in a hot soup for example.
In colder climates this one should be grown indoors or in a greenhouse. Or if you can extend the growth by taking the plant indoors later autumn, you can grow it outdoors too.

Habanero, West Indian Yellow This very beautiful Habanero varieties comes from West India. The taste is quite close to more typical habaneros but with even with a stronger aroma. One of the tastiest habaneros there is! This plant is medium large for C. chinense and produces an stunning amount of pods even in smaller container. Heat level just below the most common Habaneros. Ideal for cooking!

All seed kits include a pocket growing guide.

Out of stock

9.90€

Green Trinidad Scorpion

Green Trinidad Scorpion

C. chinense

Unusual, fascinating variety which practically stays green. Some pods will get yellowish tint when mature, but the overall color of the pods is really green! This is very unique trait. Extremely rare. Has a great flower and surprisingly, no heat, only little warmth. Great, pretty variety to grow. Very limited batch!

 
Challenge: 2 (might be a little fragile)

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4.90€

Hot Tomato

Hot Tomato

C. annuum

A very thick fleshed, sweet pods with mild-medium pungency.
Especially good with salsas and salads.
Easy to grow outdoors.
Very fast to mature.
Common pod type originates from Hungary. Great for stuffing with cheese, minced meat or rice.

 
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

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1.90€

Jamy

Jamy

C. baccatum

Very thick fleshed, heavy, quite large pods with amazing juicy baccatum berry-like flavor!
Medium hot pods are great for all culinary uses.
Heat level is moderate.
Easy to grow.

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3.40€

Lombardo

Lombardo

C. annuum

One of the famous European “Pepperoni” –type mild peppers. Yes, this is the sort you can often find in kebabs! Best when 
used fresh or pickled. 
Grows nicely outdoors.

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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1.40€

Marbles

Marbles

C. annuum

One of the prettiest ornamental plants there is!
Very compact shape and the GREAT looks makes this one a must have.
Very easy to grow, ideal for beginners too.
The pods are non-pungent and have a rather nice taste compared to many other ornamental varieties.
These plants are really an attention catchers.

Challenge: 1 (one of the easiest-to-grow chile peppers)

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3.20€

Pimientos de Gernika

Pimientos de Gernika

C. annuum

A mild, very early early variety which produces quite large pods.
Often harvested green which makes them even more early.
Great for stuffing!

Challenge: 2 (can be tricky to overwinter, otherwise very easy to grow.)

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2.30€

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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3.40€

Red Skin

Red Skin

C. annuum

 

A delicious, big bell pepper with the sweetness
you expect and no pungency at all. One of the best bell peppers you can find!


Challenge: 1 (easy)

Out of stock

1.80€

Tapas

Tapas

C. annuum

Very mild, practically non-pungent variety which suits Tapas snacks very well, as you might have guessed. Use for any kind of stuffing! A great substitute for bell peppers as these are much easier and faster to grow and also taste better. Use as immature or mature stage to gain different results with the taste. When using immature pods for stuffing it's possible to get peppers for stuffing very quickly! 

 
Challenge: 2 (Very easy to grow except might give pest problems when growing in dry indoor conditions).
 

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1.90€

Tepin, Guatemala

Tepin, Guatemala

C. annuum

Tepin is said to be the wild grandmother of all cultivated peppers we know and use today.
This rare, very different tepin variety can be a very big plant that can live easily over 40 years.
It is also extremely tough plant and can survive quite extreme conditions.
It tends to grow very thick stem very quickly which makes it ideal for bonsai chili (bonchi) growing.

Very limited supply!
 
Challenge: 2 (easy to grow but can be a little challenge to germinate).

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9.90€

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell

C. annuum

Ever fancied tiny bell peppers with that great, 
non-pungent, sweet taste? Haven’t we all. Meet that delicious little beauty 
here. Nice for stuffing, too! Produces nice crops very easily. Challenge: 1 (easy)

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1.90€

Trinidad Perfume

Trinidad Perfume

C. chinense

A mild seasoning pepper from the island of Trinidad. It tastes quite different from another mild Caribbean chinense variety, "Pink Habanero", with gentle, pleasant, slightly sweet flavor very usable for salads for example. The bright yellow pods are simply beautiful! If you like the habanero aroma without the intense heat. This is the one for you. 

Challenge: 2 (The plant might be a little fragile)

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2.90€

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