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Chilli Ancho Grande

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Capsicum annuum A mild chilli from the state of Peublo in Mexico. Typically served as a dried and ground chilli called “Ancho”, however if served fresh they are called “Poblano”. Roasted and seared with the skin removed they are turned into paste and then called "mole". Approx. 25 seeds  

Chilli Biala Shipka

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Capsicum chinense It’s a hot, very productive Bulgarian chilli. Grows on a low bush about 60 cm high. Dries nicely and is used in Eastern European cooking for that extra bite. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Bulgarian Carrot

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Capsicum annuum This is simply a real stunner. Bushes average about 60 cm high. They are sturdy prolific plants that produce stunning, uniform, carrot shaped peppers from quite early in the season. This will probably be the earliest producing chilli in your garden. The pods are thick walled and very fleshy with a great fruity flavour. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Cherry Bomb

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Capsicum annuum There are many varieties of the “Cherry Bomb”. This one gives you a swift burn right in the front of your mouth. Small low bushes that produce heavily. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Chocolate Fatali

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Capsicum chinense !!! WARNING !!! This is an extremely hot chilli.  A very rare version of the famous Fatali Chilli’s. This pepper likes a long growing season so will do very well in places that get very little or no frost. Likes a hot climate, extra water and can tolerate partial shade. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Chocolate Habanero

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Capsicum chinense A superb chilli for the habanero fan. The flavour is sublime and VERY intense. A long season pepper that a) needs heat to germinate and b) a long season to produce. The plants can withstand lightly shaded conditions. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Dakar Senegal #1

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Capsicum frutescens Dakar Senegal #1 is the first pepper that Allan collected in Dakar. It is a medium small chilli with a distinct bullet shape to the fruit. Heat wise is nice and warm but the flavour is outstanding. It has a lovely fruity undertones and a nice burn all the way down the back of your throat. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Dedo de Mocha

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Capsicum baccatum There is some confusion around this chilli as some say it’s hot and others say it’s not. While I would not put it in a high heat category, this is definitely a hot chilli, with a very good flavour and drying capabilities. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Dorset Naga

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Capsicum chinense !!! WARNING !!! This is an extremely hot chilli.  A strain of the Naga Morich, developed by growers in Dorset (UK) by isolating fruits based on size. The Dorset Naga is one of the world hottest chillies and as such should not be toyed with. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Ethiopian Brown

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Capsicum baccatum A considerably rare chilli from the Ethiopian Highlands. Long fruits 10-15 cm long that turn from dark green to a rich dark brown. Hot, but not exceeding so, with a great flavour. The plants get up to 1 meter high and produces a good crop. Approx. 25 seeds