Here you can find interesting varieties that are new in the 2018 season! Be sure that there is something for you here :-)
A variation of the 7 Pot that has been discovered by Ms. 'SR' in Trinidad!
Capsicum Chinense - Yellow version of the 7 Pot Primo
Wild variety from Africa, which also bears the name African Bird Eye. Main ingredient of the typical African Piri-Piri Hot Sauce. Plant and fruits comparable to Tabasco, only slightly smaller.
Capsicum baccatum that ripens with a beautiful display of colors!
Pointy pepper from Peru with a very intensive flavor.
The southamerican Aji Pineapple plant has as the name already lets one gess a fine annanas flavor.
A red Capsicum baccatum that has big fruits and that comes from the canary islands. The fruits of this variety have a pleasant heat.
Italian breed for extra spicy tomato sauces a la Devils Mama! Grown idealy on the kitchen sill.
A red Habanero variant from the Caribbean.
Worm chilli! This chilli that looks like a worm has a punch. Small and mean!
Discovered exclusively for you in Peru. Ayuyo hardly knows a chili gardener in this region. In Peru, the fruits are often eaten fresh or used in salsas. Absolutely fruity pleasure. Very suitable for beginners!
This Rocoto variety grows very vigorously and also has a very large yield. Perfect for Rocoto fans!
Special Edition - Small red chilies from Peru, that deliver a punch. Nice for the eyes but also very great in the kitchen.
Citrus yellow Capsicum pubescens (Rocoto) from Mexico. Mild heat, but the heat comes immediately!
This original Chiltepin variety was discovered recently! Picked by hand in the Sonoran Desert, this treasure comes as a unique plant to your home! Very limited quantity!
Italian pointy pepper that is named after the horn of the bull.
Nice thick and juicy Spanish pointy pepper without the heat. Filled with goat cheese a treat! Should not miss from any garden!
Rare Habanero variety from Malaysia with interesting structured fruits. Very high yielding. Exceptionally sweet, fruity and slightly lemony taste.
Yellow Capsicum Chinense from Grenada with a barely perceptible sharpness.
Bolivian Habanero variety with small, wrinkled fruits that turn red.
Very productive plant that builds hundreds of small yellow pointy and very hot fruits.
Rich red Habanero variety from Tanzania
The Caribbean island of St. Martin is the place where this red Habanero variation comes from!
African red Habanero variant with wrinkly fruits.
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