Chilli Collectors Chilli Pepper Pack - 15 Varieties - 160 Fresh Seeds incl Rare Naga Viper & Cocolate Bhutlah Peppers

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Chilli Collectors Chilli Pepper Pack

Includes 15 Varieties with 165 Fresh Seeds

A magnificent collection of Mild to Extreme Chilli Peppers giving you a collection of incredible peppers with superb flavour profiles that will be sure to tantalize your taste buds and give you hours of pleasure growing and harvesting.  Each image and name has a link to the peppers so you can get more info about the variety.

Naga Viper - 5 seeds - 1.3m SHU - England

Chocolate Bhutlah Pepper (Stable Hybrid between Bhut Jolokia & Doughlah 7 Pod) - 5 seeds - 2m SHU - USA

Bengal Naga Peach Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 600 000 - 800 000 SHU - England

Serrano Chilli Pepper - Capsicum Annuum - 30 Seeds - 3000 SHU - Mexican

Caramel Bhut Jolokia Pepper - 5 seeds - 850 000 - 1 300 000 SHU - India

Condors Beak Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 50 000 - 80 000 SHU - Peru

Coyote Zan White Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 60 000 - 100 000 SHU - Brazil

El Oro D'Ecuador Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 30 000 - 50 000 SHU Ecuador

Pink Habanero Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 200 000 - 300 000 SHU Mexico

Giant Golden Habanero Chilli Pepper - 5 seeds - 200 000 - 300 000 SHU - Caribbean

Orange Habanero  Chilli Pepper - 20 seeds - 100 000 - 350 000 SHU - Carribean

Zimbabwe Birds Eye Chilli Pepper - 20 seeds - 75 000 - 150 000 SHU - Zimbabwe

Long Slim Cayenne Chilli Pepper - 30 seeds - 30 000 - 50 000 SHU - French Guiana

Uyababa Chilli Pepper - 10 Seeds - 50 000 - 80 000 SHU - South Africa

Jamaican Hot Yellow Chilli Pepper - 200 000 - 250 000 - Jamaica

Each variety is individually packed and labelled and growing guidance will be emailed to you.

Important to Note.

Chilli peppers can be tricky to germinate and especially so with the rarer super hot varieties patience is needed as they can take up to 40 days to germinate in ideal conditions. We also recommend that a heat pad is used when germinating chillies of the Capsicum chinense species. All of our chillis are grown in isolation to avoid cross pollination. As chillis are rampant cross pollinators it is not uncommon for variances to appear in the fruit as chillis can cross pollinate with fruit from plants a few houses or kilometres away. The only way to ensure with 100% certainty that cross pollination does not occur is to use pollination bags on each flower when the plant starts to bud and before the flowers open.

For the best germination results with your chilli seeds choose one of our Chilli Germination Kits which can be seen at this link and they all include everything you need to germinate your chillis and some great free seeds.