HOT CHILLI PEPPER - RING OF FIRE - 80 SEEDS - ORGANIC/BIO
- Sow seeds 1/4" deep in 3in pots with quality seed compost. Keep moist. Seedlings emerge in 10-21 days at a minimum temperature of 70-degrees F to maximise germination.
- Transplant to individual containers when seedlings have at least two pairs of leaves.
- When 4-5 inches plant 18" apart in a warm location with root ball 1/2" below the soil surface.
- Keep moist and feed when flowering with tomato type fertiliser. Harvest when fruits have reached full-size and full colour.
- "Soil Association" registered and certified Organic - AP22387. Professional DEFRA licenced Quality Seed Supply only - Minimal packaging - Ziplock labelled bags - Instructions not attached - See details provided above for cultivation advice.
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A variant to the ever popular hot cayenne Pepper, producing 10cm long pods which mature from green to Red far earlier than most other varieties. The upright plants reach 60cm and are extremely productive. (Capsicum Annuum) (70,000 to 80,000 Scoville units) RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM)
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the seeds germinated in circa 13 days in a multipurpose compost bed ,daily watered n kept indoor at 15 to 20 deg cel.
please dont plant these seeds outdoors if the min temp is below 15. seeds wont germinate.i have simultaneously checked this.
please see photo.the plants look healthy.will update this review once i harvest the chillies
Yesterday I enjoyed the first chilli from the tree. Not very hot but worth the experience of growing them alone.
Planted them in peat pots in normal compost. Placed in a basic heated propagator on my window sill. Have had a 100% germination rate; and they are growing healthily, getting ready for potting up & planting out
I'm looking forward to this years harvest.😊