Spice-type chilli seeds
Spice chillies are generally small-fruited and thin-fleshed, and are usually hotter than the vegetable chillies. They are used to add heat and flavour to a dish, but contribute very little bulk. In addition, they are ideal for drying and milling into a powder. Some varieties are also very attractive and do well as houseplants as 'edible ornamentals', and do well as houseplants.
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A productive version of the mushroom chillies that ripens to a golden yellow.
Approximate heat level: 45,000 SHU
An outstandingly beautiful chilli with fruit that start purple, then turn yellow, orange and finally red.
Approximate heat level: 30,000 SHU
The perfect cayenne chilli giving good yields of elongated fruit that hang down from medium tall plants.
Approximate heat level: 26,000 SHU
Short, spreading plants with small fruit that pack a lot of heat.
Approximate heat level: 108,000 SHU
An extremely attractive, very hot cayenne chilli producing eye-catchingly dark lilac fruit.
Approximate heat level: 75,000 SHU
Short, bushy plants yield thousands of very small, very hot fruit.
Approximate heat level: 179,000 SHU
A one-off variety that produces copious yields of impressively long and unnaturally thin fruit.
Approximate heat level: 8,500 SHU
Bushy, compact plants produce thin, upright and very hot chillies that change from pastel yellow to red as they mature.
Approximate heat level: 160,000 SHU
A bushy plant that produces a multitude of very hot and very thin, sharply-pointed, upright fruit.
Approximate heat level: 97,000 SHU
Compact, diminutive plants full of up right fruit that grow in bunches. Perfect for a small windowsill.
Approximate heat level: 27,000 SHU
An early, productive and easy to grow cayenne that produces a good quality versatile chilli. Very similar to the popular chilli, Super Chile.
Approximate heat level: 34,000 SHU
An American legend used in the world's most famous chilli sauce.
Perhaps the oddest shaped pepper we sell – three or four wings spread out from the bottom of the fruit, giving the fruit a vaguely bell-like appearance.
Approximate heat level: 13,000 SHU
An excessively short plant with extraordinarily wide, drooping branches, giving the distinct impression of an umbrella.
Approximate heat level: 73,000 SHU