Frangipani Seeds

Here we have selected a few of the most popular Thai Chilli varieties for you.

"Birds Eye Chilli"

Packet of Chilli Pepper Birds Eye Seeds Very Hot

This is the Birds Eye Chilli plant, probably the HOTTEST chilli plant you will ever grow!

Packet contains Minimum Quantity 30 Seeds

Very easy to grow, as are all chillies, and incredibly satisfying as it will be covered in edible fruit!

These chillies are super hot. They're used in cooking worldwide and are easily dried for storing to be used at a later date. When dried they last up to a couple of years without going of and no, they don't loose any of their strength with time!

A fantastic, extremely hot, dwarf variety that produces a prolific yield. The flowers and upward pointing fruits start green and turn bright red and are produced throughout the season. These are ideally suited to a windowsill or patio containers and make equally attractive ornamental plants. WARNING – When handling these seeds you should wear gloves or thoroughly wash your hands afterwards as the seed residue will irritate / burn sensitive skin.

On the chilli heat scale: 70,000-130,000 Scovilles


"Yellow Chilli"

Packet of Yellow Chilli Peppers Seeds

The Thai heirloom yellow is a yellow maturing variety of the Thai chilli pepper.

The yellow fruit is also very hot and tasty. The chillies are used less often than the red cousins, but are still seen often sold at every market in Thailand. Give your curries some colour option

On the chilli heat scale: 30,000-60,000 Scovilles


"Red long Chilli"

Packet of long Red Thai Chilli seeds

Red chillies are a central ingredient in all Thai cuisine, but Thai cooks also use green and yellow chilies,hence the three famous colours of Thai curry: green curry, red curry, and yellow curry. Each Thai dish is usually made with a certain chili, although you can always easily substitute red chilies if you can't find green or yellow. On the chilli heat scale: 50,000-100,000 Scovilles


Growing Instructions


They can be easily grown indoors as an attractive potted specimen, and during the summer months can be moved outside.

Days to Germination: 10-21

Days To Harvest: 70-80

Planting Depth: 1/4 inch

Spacing: 18 inches

Light: Sunny warm location / Greenhouse / Conservatory

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.


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