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A nice surprise for your greenhouse!

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Pimiento de Padron

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Lemon Aji

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Pusa Jwala

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Orange Habanero

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Chocolate Douglah

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Paper Lantern

Misshapes & Excess Stock Chilli Plugs & Plants £5.95

10% off Pre-orders for late Feb- March ’18.
Select a 6 pack of plugs (medium or hot) or a 3 pack of plants (medium or hot)

Grab yourself a bargain collection of hot chilli plugs! Each year we have a number of plugs and plants that just don’t quite make the grade.

You might also receive varieties which we end up with excess stock that we just can’t sell in time. This collection offers you some of these at bargain prices!

We can’t guarantee what you’ll get but you can specify medium (Chefs and Weird and Wonderful-type chillies) or hot (World’s Hottest and Recordbreaker-type chillies).
Problems might include;

• Odd-shaped plant, e.g. lopsided or strong side-branch
• missing lower leaf
• scarred stem with a now-healed split
• bend in stem
• minor burn mark on leaf from water-splash
• lost label
• we’ve just got too many!

Problems won’t include;
• unhealthy plants
• diseased plants
• nutrient deficient plants
• weak plants that won’t make it

Order now for delivery within 7 days.

Want to choose your A grade plants or plugs

potting on chilli plants

These plugs are already large and will need to be potted on as soon as possible. Your chilli plugs will need to be potted on into something around an 8cm, intermediary pots, prior to being transplanted into their final pots.

Most chillies are best suited to a 5+ litre pot but be a bit flexible here for giants or dwarf varieties. You can go as much as 10+ or more for really big varieties. Use a free draining compost mix to fill the pot, make a hole and pop in the plant. If you have an ordinary compost, mix with a little grit or sand. Firm down and give a good watering.

growing on chilli plants

By this stage an unheated greenhouse should suffice. This is obviously dependent on the weather. Chillies don’t like the cold and shouldn’t be left unprotected if the temperature is going to go down below 10oC. If you are quick off the mark and have your chillies arriving in March, keep indoors or in a heated greenhouse until the risk of frost has passed.

Chilli plants do not like sitting in wet soil, so keep it moist but not over-wet. Feed with a seaweed feed or dedicated chilli feed at the suggested rate. Keep an eye out for any pests or problems. These are best dealt with early on. Prevention is obviously better than cure, so keep plants well spaced and well ventilated. Remove any dead leaves or rotting plant material.

In the summer months, hardier chillies can be placed outside in a sheltered spot or on a warm patio. Acclimatize them slowly, bringing them in at night for the first week or whenever the temperature threatens to drop. Chinense varieties prefer the shelter of a greenhouse and will not flourish outside. Use a cane to support the plants as they grow if necessary.
Pre-order for a 10% discount on our 1st dispatch of Early-start Plugs (19th Feb - 4th March ’18) & Plants (19th March - 1st April).
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About Us
Founded by Sarah Hunt in 2008, World of Chillies is an online chilli shop specialising in chilli plants, seeds, gifts, dried chillies and sauces.

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

We stock an extensive range of chilli plugs and plants varieties from around the world. VAT reg 223 1269 42
Hastings, East Sussex, U.K.

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