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Grow It: Chilli Plants £8.99 @play

£8.99 @ Play.Com
* Inside the gift box: * 1 packet of Tabasco chilli seeds * 1 packet of tepin chilli seeds- one of the world's hottest varieties! * 1 packet of Hungarian hot wax chilli seeds * 1 p… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
* Inside the gift box:
* 1 packet of Tabasco chilli seeds
* 1 packet of tepin chilli seeds- one of the world's hottest varieties!
* 1 packet of Hungarian hot wax chilli seeds
* 1 packet of jalapeno chilli seeds
* 1 packet of Anaheim chilli seeds
* 5 starter growing pots made from coconut husk
* 5 natural coconut husk compost discs which expand when watered
* 5 wooden plant markers
* Chilli plant growing tips

Grow five different types of chilli plant - including of the world's hottest varieties - with this red hot gift box.

Growing your chillies is simple - everything you need is inside this gift box including starter growing pots, compost discs, seeds and a booklet containing growing tips. A red hot gift idea.

This pack contains real plant seeds Origin UK. The plant seeds can die before or after germination. Please plant your seeds as soon as possible.
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#1
Please plant your seeds as soon as possible????????

but its winter
#2
excellent thanks just ordered some of these for my father-in-law hes just started his own vegatable garden!!
heat added x
#3
localshop
Please plant your seeds as soon as possible????????

but its winter


It would have to be indoors or in a greenhouse now....:thumbsup:
#4
you'd struggle to give them enough light and warm at the moment. February is the time that uk gardeners start these off indoors. Some people do start them off in december, but that is a bit early and you need to give em enough light to stop em gettin leggy.

If you think this is a good deal, buy them and sit on them til then :thumbsup:
#5
excellent thanks just ordered some of these for my father-in-law hes just started his own vegatable garden!!


Chilli's generally do better in a greenhouse or nice sunny windowsill. You can put them in a sheltered spot outside in a container or pot once all danger of frost has passed (end april - may depending on location). Some of the smaller varieties make stunning houseplants too!
#6
stinkybeard;6952596


If you think this is a good deal, buy them and sit on them til then :thumbsup:


That'll keep them warm - but they won't see a lot of sunshine (remember its only your mother who thinks the sun shines .........) :whistling:
#7
indeed :p
#8
I grow peppers most years
they need good light as well as warmth
I'd not plant now
#9
stinkybeard
Some of the smaller varieties make stunning houseplants too!


Twilights are good for that, small peppers that change from purple through yellow to red when ripe. Nice flavour too! I grew mine last year in an old snake viv, just coated it in silver foil. Worked great til they could go outside, which was about May IIRC.
banned#10
way too early to be planting chilli seeds
#11
Twilights are good for that, small peppers that change from purple through yellow to red when ripe. Nice flavour too! I grew mine last year in an old snake viv, just coated it in silver foil. Worked great til they could go outside, which was about May IIRC.


Yup, I have some Numex seeds for next year. I grew prairie fire, demon red and bird's eye this year. Had a bumper crop and got addicted to chilli growing! Foil good idea!

BIL got me some Dorset Naga's from Tesko (don't do em up here), gonna save the seed and grow some of they hot b#stards too.

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