World's Hottest Chilli Seeds, Seriously Hot Chillies Chilli Seeds for the Connoisseur

Chef’s Favourites Chilli Seeds

Fiery favourites of the world.
Included in this selection are some of the world’s favourite chillies with a range of distinct flavours. There are chillies to suit foods and flavours from around the world. Most of the chillies in this group are annum varieties that will fruit outdoors in a warm and sheltered spot, although all will do better in a greenhouse.
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All Chilli Seeds machine-packed (foil-sealed by DEFRA Reg Seed Packer) from 89p per packet!

Aji Lemon Drop Chilli Seeds



The beautiful Aji is a variety of chilli coming from the lowlands of Peru, where Aji literally means 'chilli'. It is a popular chilli for its distinctive lemony flavour and gorgeous colour that imparts itself into food it is cooked in. Easy to grow, prolific and becoming very popular in the UK. Avis are of the baccatum species which grow large and vine-like.

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Capsicum baccatum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Anaheim Chilli Seeds



Tall, high-yielding plants are named after their area of origin, near L.A. Smooth, thick-skinned pods have two separate cells. A good stuffing chilli that freezes well too. 1,000ScU.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Ancho Chilli Seeds



A type of Mexican Poblano; large, glossy, heart-shaped pods that mild and aromatic. They are used green for stuffing and dried to dark brown for use in Mexican moles. 1,500ScU.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Big Jim Chilli Seeds



Officially the world's largest chilli pods, frequently reaching 20 to 30cm in length, borne on dwarf size plants around 60cm in height. Chillies look dramatic as they turn from deep green to dark red in colour.

The chillies are fairly mild by the standards of chillies today but their size makes them perfect for stuffing. An unusual chilli for your collection. 1,500 - 2,500SHU

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Cayenne Chilli Seeds



Cayenne chillies are the classic chilli - the colour and shape you'd probably go for if you were asked to draw a chilli; long, red, tapered pods. Cayenne is the capital of French Guiana in Southern America and that's where these chillies originate.

Today, there are literally hundreds of Cayenne Hybrids around the world. They are easy to grow, quite cold tolerant and have good heat and flavour. Chillies get to 40,000 - 50,000ScU.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.

Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Cayenne, Golden Chilli Seeds



Cayenne are probably the commonest variety of chilli found across the globe, with hundreds of variants. They are the classic chilli shape, easy to grow and quite cold tolerant for peppers. Golden Cayenne chillies are considerably hotter than the standard variety at 70,000-80,000ScU.


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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Cherry, Large Chilli Seeds



Large Cherry Chillies are amongst the easiest of chillies to grow. They start to produce their large, irregular, round pods quite early on, although they do take some time to ripen. Plants are large and produce abundant fruit of a medium heat.

They are pretty hardy for chillies and will produce well in a sheltered spot. Attractive, rounded pods are produced in abundance.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Chilli de Arbol Chilli Seeds




AKA the Mexican Tree Chilli, so called because of its woody stem and impressive size. The Tree Chilli produces some very distinctive pods with an earthy flavour and some serious heat.

They are prized in their native Mexico for both these properties as well as the fact that of all chillies, they keep their rich red colour the best once dried. For this reason they are often used decoratively as well as in the kitchen.


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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price £1.25p - 12 seeds
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Fresno Supreme Chilli Seeds



A very poplar chilli in the USA, grown for its abundance of juicy, flavoursome conical pods. They are often used raw in salsas. They are not especially hot, similar in hat to there Jalapeño at around 5,000SHU. They originate in the American town of the same name. Pretty, shiny fat pods are produced in great numbers and the plants are easy to grow.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Hungarian Hot Wax Chilli Seeds



This is a popular`Yellow Wax' type, proved to be prolific and easy to grow. Fruits start out a pale yellow as they grow long and tapered with a gorgeous waxy appearance. They then turn orange and red at maturity. The Hot Wax originates in Hungary and is sometimes known as the Banana Chilli. Use fresh in salads or sauces or pickle to preserve. 10,000ScU

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price £1.50 - 12 seeds
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Jalapeño Early Chilli Seeds



Although the Jalapeno no longer figures in the hottest 10 chillies in the world, it still packs a punch if you eat enough of them. The Jalapeno is the chilli of choice for chilli eating contests in the USA and its unique flavour is ubiquitous with Mexican cooking.

The Jalapeno is a very high yielding plant, growing up to a metre under cover and producing a profusion of flowers and short, blunt, conical fruits. The chillies are often picked and used green, but will ripen through to red. This variant is extra fast to fruit and very productive. 5,000ScU

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Jalapeño, Purple Chilli Seeds



This is a purple form of the Jalapeno chilli from Mexico, very similar in shape, size, heat and growing habit to the classic form. As with the classic Jalapeno which s often thought of as a green chilli, pods do eventually mature to red. The purple podded plants are quite ornamental.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Joe E Parker Chilli Seeds



An improved variety of the New Mexico Chilli, these are very productive chilli plants. The Joe E Parker was named after a graduate of New Mexico University, where the chilli was developed.

The Joe E Parker plant produces large, flavoursome pods around 15-20cm long, perfect for roasting or stuffing. They are mild in pungency, maturing around 1000-1500 Scoville Heat Units. In New Mexico, they are commonly dried to make chilli wreaths and ristras.

A popular choice amongst milder chillies as they good producers and easy to cultivate.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price £1.25 - 12 seeds
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Pasilla Chilli Seeds



Pasilla literally means 'little raisin' and along they do have the dark, wrinkled appearance of raisins when dried, there is nothing little about them as they are 15-20cm long. Pasilla are sometimes known as the Chilli Negro, or Black Chilli.

One of the holy trinity of Mexican Mole chillies, they are a staple flavouring in Mexico, prized for their rich flavour of dried fruit and liquorice.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Pimiento de Padron Chilli Seeds



The Russian Roulette of chillies as the plant produces capsaicin, but not evenly through its chillies. That means that most chllies are mild, but 1 out of every 5 will blow you away! Pimiento de Padron are a Spanish Tapas chilli and make a great, fun dish for parties. Simply flash fry them in a hot frying pan.

Pimiento de Padron are very easy to grow and quite prolific. They grow well in a sheltered spot outdoors, even in the North of England. A weird and wonderful chilli.

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Sow in UK Feb - April for crop this season.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Push Jwala Chilli Seeds



Pusa Jwala are medium sized plants that produce long, thin, hot pods that hang pendant in abundance. They are one of the most popular varieties of Indian Hot Pepper and are pretty hot at 30,000-50,000ScU. They are a good all rounder for Indian cooking as well as drying well.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Ring of Fire Chilli Seeds



Explosive variety of Cayenne pepper that produces abundant, seriously hot chillies at 70,000-85,000ScU. Long, tapered pods grow to around 8cm long and mature to a fiery red colour.

Ring of Fire chillies dry well and are often ground into a chilli powder. They are small plants but heavy croppers with a short growing season.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 89p - 12 seeds
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Satan’s Kiss Chilli Seeds



This heirloom variety is known as the Baccio di Satana or Ciliegia Picante in its native Italy, Satans Kiss is small, cherry-type chilli. Pods are pretty hot when raw but unusually lose some of their heat when cooked. They are quite quick to fruit, maturing at around 90 days from planting.

The chilli plant itself is attractive and sturdy with dense foliage. The chilli pods are round, bright red when ripe and traditionally served stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies for a beautiful little side dish that is bursting with flavour. Around 50,000SHU.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price £2.25 - 12 seeds
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Santa Fe Grande Chilli Seeds



Santa Fe Grande plants produce 30-50 blunt conical pods on 60cm plants. They start out a striking pale yellow and are usually harvested at this point but will ripen to red if left on the plant.

Santa Fe Grande is little milder than Jalapeños and extremely prolific. Plants will carry on producing more chillies until it becomes too cold. They have a sweet, fruity flavour sometimes likened to melons. They are sometimes sliced on top on pizzas but are good for salsas too.

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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Serrano Tampiqueno Chilli Seeds



Serrano Tampiqueno is a super hybrid version of the original chilli, boasting smaller cylindrical chilli pods that produced prolifically on the plant and earlier to mature. Plants are small and bushy, ideally suited to a patio pot.

Serranos have peculiar hairy leaves and are prolific producers of the fleshy, meaty Serrano chilli so closely associated with Mexican cuisine. Use in the same way as the versatile Jalapeno for salsas, sauces and toppings for dishes like nachos. Delicious and very distinctive. 5,000ScU

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Capsicum annuum. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price £1.25 - 12 seeds
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Tabasco Chilli Seeds



Extremely tall plants are prolific producers of little upright pods with a distinctive flavour. The chilli originates in Mexico but has been made famous by the Louisiana hot sauce.

Branching plants bear and abundance of erect, blunt little chillies that rang in colour from yellow to orange and red when ripe. They have a strong and distinctive fiery, smoky flavour that has made them central to the cuisine of the southern States of America. A chilli classic measuring around 30,000-50,000SHU.

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Capsicum frutescen. Sow in UK Feb - April.
Price 99p - 12 seeds
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World of Chillies chilli seeds are custom packed by a DEFRA Registered seed packer. Seeds are machine packed and hermetically sealed in foil packets to guarantee they arrive with you in the freshest possible state. You should get a germination rate of over 90%.

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We are dedicated to the pursuit of everything that is hot and great.

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