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Cumari

Cumari

So beautiful wild/semi—wild variety which easily produces hundreds and hundreds of small and very pungent, aromatic pods. The flowers of praetermissums are stunningly beautiful and there’s a lot of them! Turns into a great powder.

Challenge: 2 (Can be difficult to germinate).

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7.90€

Naga Morich

Naga Morich

C. chinense

Classic superhot variety.
Naga Morich is not just hot but also has a great aroma which many chiliheads love so much.
Great with all kinds of hot cooking. The plant is very prolific and easy to grow.
This variety really loves warmth and sun so provide it with a warm environment.
 
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

In Stock

3.90€

Hot Banana

Hot Banana

C. annuum

Medium hot, sweet pods which can be used at all stages of maturity.
Big pods make it great for stuffing and many cooking purposes. One plant can bear quite a few pods once. Very fast growing and producing plant. Big container recommended for growing as the pods are quite large. Great taste even when immature!

 
Challenge: 1 (easy, best to grow outdoors or in a greenhouse)

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2.40€

Chawa

Chawa

C. annuum

This special variety comes from Pakistan from the village of Chawa. It grows wild around the village and it's being used as powerful seasoning there. 
The plant itself is very large if you let it grow as big as it gets. The pods are very small but pack a lot of heat which works very well for seasoning stews or in any other food you can think of. Very convenient to use as a powder too.

Perfect to grow as a bonchi too after you show the plant the correct way to grow by using scissors. :)
 
Challenge: 1

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3.90€

Candlefire

Candlefire

C. annuum

Nice medium hot ornamental variety which has a great color palette when maturing. It’s quite suitable for Thai and Indian type cuisines. 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. Maturing pods really look like a fire on the candle.

Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow).

 

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2.30€

Vectura, Yellow

Vectura, Yellow

C. annuum

Yellow Cayenne type chili pepper. Medium hot. Very compact plant which is suitable for growing it on a small pots. Great for indian and asian type cuisines. Recommended for outdoor growing.

 
Challenge: 1 (easy, except can be weak against pests indoors).

Only few items left

1.70€

Montufar (PI 585273)

Montufar (PI 585273)

C. pubescens

Juicy, quite prolific and semi-compact rocoto plant. Heat level is just above average. Needs quite long season. Challenging plant. Not recommended for beginners unless you're up to a challenges. The taste when fully mature is absolutely fantastic.

Challenge: 2 (needs a long season).

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3.30€

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

In Stock

3.70€

Jalapeno, Goliath

Jalapeno, Goliath

C. annuum

Mild, tasty, large Jalapeno variety with a nice aroma and sweetness. quite early to mature for a Jalapeno. Compact plant which will be filled with pods in the late season. 

Limited supply.

Challenge: 2 (can be difficult to overwinter).

In Stock

2.90€

PI 439452

PI 439452

C. chinense

Very tasty red habanero type variety with quite thick flesh. A nice amount of sweetness combined with the strong habanero taste and a decent kick make this one a great plant to grow for fun and cooking! Compact shape and size. Grows very well in pots. Very prolific plant.

Limited supply.

Challenge: 1

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3.20€

Carolina Reaper x 7pot Douglah

Carolina Reaper x 7pot Douglah

C. chinense

An insanely hot, unstable hybrid of two extremely hot chile peppers. The plant on the photo is F1 generation from which the seeds are taken. In other words these seeds are for growing F2 plants. The looks and characteristics of the next plants may and should vary from the photo but expect the heat level be insane! Choose your favorite plants and pods and collect seeds from those. This way you can create your own breed from this hybrid. Keep labeling the generations also.

 
Very limited supply!
 
Challenge: 2 (Element of surprise)

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4.20€

CHILIKIRJA HYPERTARJOUS!

CHILIKIRJA HYPERTARJOUS!

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17.90€

Aji Minas Gerais

Aji Minas Gerais

C. baccatum

Very crunchy, fruity and aromatic baccatum variety from Minas Gerails, Northern Brazil. The plant is filled with very wrinkly, irregular shaped elongated pods. The medium pungency makes it ideal for all kinds of cooking when you want your food to be just medium spiced up.

The plant can be quite compact which makes it ideal for any growing environment. It’s also very easy to grow, even for a beginner. Just keep in mind that light is the key to success when growing chili peppers, especially when it comes to yielding.

Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow).

In Stock

3.60€

Jalapeno, Tormenta

Jalapeno, Tormenta

C. annuum

Despite it’s name, this Very sweet and tasty Jalapeno is actually very very mild, almost completely nonpungent. Great choice for jalapeno lovers who want the taste without too much heat. This plant produces quite large pods. Faster to mature than most Jalapenos.

Challenge: 2 (can be difficult to overwinter).

Out of stock

2.90€

Florida Wild Bird

Florida Wild Bird

C. annuum

An interesting, quite hot wild pepper with a piercing pungency type. Ideal for asian cuisine for example. This plant can grow quite large even in a small pot, but it’s very easy to keep compact with a pair of scissors. Ideal for bonchi growing too as it’s quite tough plant!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)
 

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5.90€

Habanero, Red

Habanero, Red

C. chinense

A red, slightly hotter version of the classic Habanero. Very strong aroma and lots of heat.
A favorite Habanero for many people. Compact plant which is ideal for growing in a pot, indoors, outroors or in a greenhouse.

Challenge: 1

In Stock

2.80€

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€

Sugar Rush, Orange

Sugar Rush, Orange

C. baccatum

A great baccatum bred from an accidental cross I grew years ago. My dear chilihead friend Chris Fowler grew many different phenotypes during a few years and this one is one of those. These large pods are very tasty as you would expect from a baccatum like this. The actual cross is most likely between Jamy and Kalaidoskop chili peppers. The plant is super prolific and quite large in size, still not too big plant for a C. baccatum. Great for stuffing!

Challenge: 1 (very easy to grow).

Only few items left

3.80€

Orange Tiger (Taj Mahal)

Orange Tiger (Taj Mahal)

C. chinense

How beautiful these pods can be! The shape of these pods is beautiful and the color variation makes it look even better. These beautiful green pods with dark marks on them will ripen to orange with purple color towards the sun. The heat level is very high and the taste is great for culinary use. A great for choice for chiliheads who want to grow something different.

Very limited supply!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow!)

Out of stock

4.20€

Naglah Beast

Naglah Beast

C. chinense

HORRIFYING HEAT!

Here’s another one for the lovers of insanely hot chili peppers! Even if you can stand the extreme heat, you should be careful with this one. Surely a great one to grow and it gives a nice yield of these super pain producing little beasts! The aroma is also great for those who are still able to concentrate on the taste after a flames of hell are raping their mouth!
You have been warned!

Challenge: 1

In Stock

4.80€

Challuaruro

Challuaruro

C. baccatum

A great variety to grow for beginners as it’s very easy to grow. A tough plant that grows almost anywhere. It tolerates hot, cold and all kinds of conditions. In good conditions the plant is super prolific and it produces quite hot pods with a nice aroma and sharp bite which gives an ideal kick for any dishes you cook. Great to be used as fresh or powder. These also dry very easily. The maturing pods have great colors as they mature from light yellow to orange to red with a purple tint under a strong sun.

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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3.20€

Capezzoli di Scimmia

Capezzoli di Scimmia

C. chinense

Very pretty, compact plant that is filled with these quite small, tasty, hot orange pods. The name translates to “Monkey Nipple”.
These pods work great with cooking as fresh or dried. This plant is very easy to grow and it’s ideal as a bonsai chili pepper plant or a nice kitchen plant.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow!)

In Stock

3.90€

Peruvian Long Brown

Peruvian Long Brown

C. chinense

A very strange Capsicum chinense (Habanero-relative) coming from Peru. It’s elongated, brown and tasty.
It also packs nice heat. Heat level is still below it’s relatives. This moderately compact plant produces astonishing amount of these beautiful brown pods. 
Tolerates both cold and heat quite well. A must have for a collector grower!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow!)

In Stock

3.90€

Coyote Zan White

Coyote Zan White

C. chinense

Extremely pretty, very compact plant which produces a lot of beautiful pale white-yellow pods.
Quite hot and very tasty which makes this one such a good usable ornamental. Highly recommended for indoor and bonsai chili growers.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow!)

In Stock

3.40€

7pot Primo Orange

7pot Primo Orange

C. chinense

An orange version of the scary, legendary 7pot primo pepper. EXTREMELY HOT. It’s even claimed that The hottest ever measured pepper is actually just more unstable version of the 7pot Primo Pepper.
Rather compact plant which produces a nice amount of tailed, yellow-orange pods. Very aromatic as 7pot peppers tend to be. Makes a great powder too!

 
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

Out of stock

3.90€

Golden Cristal

Golden Cristal

C. baccatum

A wonderful phenotype of the famous Aji Cristal chili pepper loved by so many chili hobbyists. 
These are quite hot, and have the wonderful aroma of the mid-ripen Aji Cristal. The stage of maturity which is mostly loved by people.
These pods are slightly smaller than the usual Aji Cristals but definitely as prolific if not even more prolific than the original one.
Very easy to grow. 
Limited supply!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)

In Stock

3.40€

Foodorama Scotch Bonnet

Foodorama Scotch Bonnet

C. chinense

A very different version of scotch bonnet pepper. The aroma is very different compared to most C. chinense chili peppers. Non sweet but tasty.
Prolific plant which bears pods very nicely even in a small pot. Ideal for bonchi growing too. A great indoor plant. Rare version. Medium hot.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

In Stock

3.70€

De Árbol

De Árbol

C. annuum

A famous mexican chili pepper. The name means tree chili pepper. Medium hot. Grows like a tree. Tough plant, especially good for outdoor growing. Produces a huge amount of pods. Great for mexican cuisine!

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

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1.90€

Brazilian Pumpkin

Brazilian Pumpkin

C. baccatum

Yet another wonderful chili pepper which belongs to to Capsicum baccatum species.
This resembles a Starfish (red version) a little, except these pods are fatter, more pumpkin-shaped. 
The taste is absolutely amazing, fruitful, sweet and moderately hot in the center. The edges are nonpungent.
If you are mostly into the aroma and taste, then check out this and other baccatum chilis as well!

Challenge: 1 (can grow large, keep small with scissors if needed.)

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3.60€

Tepin, Cappuccino

Tepin, Cappuccino

C. annuum

Very different Tepin variety which is quite far from all other Tepins as the mature color is beautiful coffee brown instead of the typical red color. The taste and heat level are very intense. Definitely will boost your cooking! This plant bears a huge amount of small round pods. The plants seems to enjoy growing almost anywhere. A great indoor plant too and surely ideal to grow as a bonchi too.

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

In Stock

8.90€

Jamaican Hot

Jamaican Hot

C. annuum

Quite hot, tasty chili pepper from Jamaica which produces fascinating looking pods.
Compact plant, gives quite good crops too!
Definitely has some Capsicum chinense genes.
Has unique aroma which works very well with cooking.

Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow).

In Stock

2.90€

Aji Fantasy

Aji Fantasy

C. baccatum

Aji Fantasy is a truly sweet, delicious and tenderly mild from the edges and somewhat hot in the center. Variety created in Finland By Mr. Fatalii. Produces great numbers of nice looking delicious 
pods  - truly candies of the pepper world!
The wonderful shaped pods ripen from green to yellow and are ideal for stuffing or using them as fresh with any cooking.
Ideal variety for beginners too! A great example of what baccatum chili pepper can be!
Usually compact plant with stays under 1m tall but in ideal conditions these plants can grow up to 5-6 meters tall! (Check additional pics).

Challenge: 1 (easy) 

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5.90€

BONCHI BOOKLET (English)

BONCHI BOOKLET (English)

It’s finally here!
This easy to understand, the most comprehensive guide ever made about Bonchi’s (bonsai chilis) in English!
Everything you need to know about growing bonchis.

This edition offers Includes two chili varieties ideal for bonchi growing.

Check an introduction video about this booklet: http://fatalii.net/bonchivid

When ordering seeds worth over 30€ – Add a comment “BONCHI BOOKLET” to order comments and you will receive this amazing booklet for free!

Publisher: Fatalii Media
Year of publish: 2017
Format: Paper booklet
Pages: 46

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9.90€

CAP 872

CAP 872

C. annuum

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 sechuan pepper a little. Rare and prolific.

Challenge: 1 (easy)

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4.90€

Arledge

Arledge

C. annuum

Quite sweet variety with medium pungency. Great for outdoor growing.
Gives big crops. A little cold tolerant. A great substitute for too vinegary peperonchino peppers.

Challenge: 1 (can be tricky to overwinter, otherwise very easy to grow.)

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1.90€

Fatalii's UNIQUE COLLECTION (Chili Seed Kit)

Fatalii's UNIQUE COLLECTION (Chili Seed Kit)

This seed kit is all about unusual and quite hot varieties which are fun and easy to grow.

7pot Burgundy
Very nice, rare variation of the classic 7pot variety. This one has huge, quite juicy flesh that has a very pleasing 7pot-like aroma with very, very intense heat. Produces amazing amount of large pods every time. Very good as a fresh, powder or smoked and powdered. Some extreme chileheads might even stuff these monsters!

Cajamarca
Stunningly beautiful looking compact plant with multi-colored pods with green, creamy white and yellow, purple, orange and red tones. Not a typical chinense taste. The taste resembles some Ajis a little, like Aji Norteno. Very mild, heat level 3 and below on a scale 0-10. The compact shape makes it great also for indoor / bonsai / bonchi growing. Very easy to grow. Ideal for both beginners and chileheads.  
Extremely rare. 

Dogo Nyoni
Some frutescens peppers were taken from Americas to Africa long ago, finding there a new character due to different climate and farming. Many of these peppers are  
called “Piri Piri” there. Dogo Nyoni is an excellent example of this kind of  
hot pepper. It tastes quite a lot like famous Tabasco pepper without being  
exactly similar to it – and believe us, this one is hot! Grows nicely in pots  
and makes a great bonsai, too!

Murupi Amarela
Very rare, unique variety that has one of the greatest Capsicum chinense tastes one can find. This one looks very different compared to most common chinenses. The plant is very compact and gives great set of pods. Heat level is very intense, be careful when cooking with this one. One of the greatest chile powders can be done with this variety. The pods look very strange and pretty in their own way.

All seed kits include a pocket growing guide.

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9.90€

Fatalii's ESSENTIALS (Chili Seed Kit)

Fatalii's ESSENTIALS (Chili Seed Kit)

This seed kit is all about the basic chile pepper varieties. They are fast to grow but can be a little challenging to overwinter and might not produce continuous yield as easily as many other species do.

Black Cobra
This prolific, fast and compact plant produces very hot pods which often turn black before finally ripening bright red. This one of the hottest C. annuum peppers and perfect for hot Asian and Mexican cooking! From USA/Mexico 

Devil's Brew
A devilish variety which heat type makes it feel hotter than it actually is. Very good for asian/chinese/indian style cooking. The plant is very bushy which produces so many pods even in smaller container. Ideal for outdoor/patio/balcony growing. 

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

Purira
A surprisingly poorly known favorite from Mexican cuisine! 
This beautiful pepper is among the hottest annuum peppers

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6.90€

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!)

In Stock

2.90€

C. tovarii

C. tovarii

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.

Challenge:
3 (can be very tricky to germinate.)

VERY limited, seasonal supply!

Only few items left

34.90€

Murupi Amarela

Murupi Amarela

Very rare, unique variety that has one of the greatest Capsicum chinense tastes one can find. This one looks very different compared to most common chinenses. The plant is very compact and gives great set of pods. Heat level is very intense, be careful when cooking with this one. One of the greatest chile powders can be done with this variety. The pods look very strange and pretty in their own way.

 
 
Challenge: 2

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3.80€

Fatalii's SALSA EXPLOSION (Tomato Seed Kit)

Fatalii's SALSA EXPLOSION (Tomato Seed Kit)

This seed kit is all about unusual and quite hot varieties which are fun and easy to grow.

Kudesnik (Magician)
Maturity: mid-season, height: 1.2m, fruit are of 120g each, globe shaped, pink-colored, juicy and flavorful, contain a
lot of vitamin A, heavy yield. 

Lemon Cherry
Maturity: mid-season, height: up to 2m, the fruit are lemon-colored, globe shaped, weight: 30-40g each, the plant is covered with fruit until frosts, unusual taste.

Pink Bumle Bee
Maturity: early, height: up to 2m, weight: 10-15g each fruit, pink-colored with yellow and green stripes, very sweet taste, survives the first autumn frosts. 

Roman Candle
Height: 1.4m, maturity: mid-season, yellow-colored fruit, elongated, with a pointed end, weight: 100g each. Resembles a candle if you turn it upside down. 

All seed kits include a pocket growing guide.

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7.90€

Fatalii's CHILIFEST COLLECTION (Chili Seed Kit)

Fatalii's CHILIFEST COLLECTION (Chili Seed Kit)

This seed kit is all about different types of chilis

Jalapa
A modified Jalapeno variety. Produces plenty of thick fleshed tasty pods. Medium hot. Suitable for growing in pots. Matures to red. Ideal for stuffing. Compact plant. Better version of a classic variety. Ideal for outdoor/greenhouse/patio/balcony growing.

Mini Rocoto
Small pods for a rocoto. They have a great, juicy taste. This rocoto belongs to the group of the easiest rocotos. The heat level is quite high, but the type of heat is very pleasant! Lovely variety for spicing up any of the foods you make. Grows in much smaller containers than big rocotos.

Peach Bhut Jolokia
Very rare, pretty, peach colored Bhut Jolokia. Has a very painful heat level which makes this variety ideal for extreme cooking. Peach Bhut Jolokia has also a great aroma which is more unique than ordinary Bhut Jolokia. Grows very nicely in a pot.

Pink Habanero
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.



All seed kits include a pocket growing guide.

Out of stock

9.90€

Dogo Nyoni

Dogo Nyoni

C. frutescens

Some frutescens peppers were taken from Americas to Africa long ago, finding there a 
new character due to different climate and farming. Many of these peppers are 
called “Piri Piri” there. Dogo Nyoni is an excellent example of this kind of 
hot pepper. It tastes quite a lot like famous Tabasco pepper without being 
exactly similar to it – and believe us, this one is hot! Grows nicely in pots 
and makes a great bonsai, too!


Challenge: 2 

In Stock

3.90€

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).

Only few items left

9.90€

Starfish, Yellow

Starfish, Yellow

C. baccatum

A yellow version of the extraordinary chili pepper plant from Brazil.
Rare. The taste is very sweet, apple-like around the edges, but it can pack a punch in the middle!

Great looking shape. Very prolific chili pepper which grows well in almost every condition. 

A must have for a chili pepper collector.

Challenge: 1 (Sometimes grows very tall!)

In Stock

3.60€

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

In Stock

3.70€

Prairie Fire

Prairie Fire

C. annuum

Decorative, compact, small plant. Ideal for kitchen windowsill growing. Makes a great looking flower beds also!
These plants look beautiful when filled with upright, multi-colored pods.
Quite hot.
Very easy to grow.
They grow very well in small container.

Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).

In Stock

2.20€

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)

In Stock

3.20€

Cabaca Roxa

Cabaca Roxa

C. chinense

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!).

Limited amount back in stock!

Challenge: 1

Out of stock

4.60€

Moruga Scorpion

Moruga Scorpion

C. chinense

WARNING! WARNING!! WARNING!!! EXTREMELY HOT!

This is one of the varieties I'm the most scared of at the moment.
Moruga Scorpion is the hottest pepper measured in the world. Recent HPLC tests gave it a highest result of 2,009,231 Scoville heat units!!
The Measured pods were grown from seeds originated from fataliiseeds.net!
Just horrible heat level even when compared to any other hottest chiles at the moment.
Besides it containing the most amount of capcaisin, it also feels the worst out there.
So intense.
The taste is very good too but the heat will hit so quickly that you will practically lose your mind and concentration in that second!
This is the one you shouldn't buy as it`s way too hot for any of us!
Rare.
Limited supply!
Grows well indoors, balconies, outdoors, greenhouse
Challenge: 2

In Stock

4.90€

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