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Scotch Bonnet Chilli Pepper Seedlings - 54p each @ B&Q (or 10 for £4.20!)

£0.54 @ B&Q
Found loads of these strong and healthy little Scotch Bonnet seedlings in our B&Q today. Some of the hottest little chillies you can buy. Cheap enough already at 78p each but went through the till… Read More
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Found loads of these strong and healthy little Scotch Bonnet seedlings in our B&Q today. Some of the hottest little chillies you can buy. Cheap enough already at 78p each but went through the till at 54p, a whopping 30% off! The 30% off also applies to the 10 for £6 deal they have on these too, meaning you can grab a whole crop of 10 for £4.20 (cheers to bigweapon07 and evangelion for pointing this out).

Plant now and harvest in late Summer. :)
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#1
http://img256.imageshack.us/img256/5448/p1010841a.jpg
#2
Definitely hot! Excuse the pun LOL
#3
heat added :)
#4
Lovely Jubly. HHHHHOTTTTT!!!! It will make you sweat.:thinking:
My **** will cool down by Christmas.:santa:



I didn't know it auto censored
#5
Tried these last year under good conditions and they were not very hot at all!
Shall be trying the Narga Morech seeds this year.
#6
Good price, although I grow my own plants from seeds of last year's crop. Currently got 12 lovely little Scotch Bonnet seedlings growing nicely in the seed propagator.

Save a few seeds from the chillis you grow or buy and grow your own next year. It's cheaper :)

Can't seem to get the Naga seeds to sprout yet though :x
banned#7
Im alawys eating these chillies with my food
#8
im certain its 10 of these for £6, then 30% off making it £4.20 for 10, theres a variation of them too
#9
beccajay
Good price, although I grow my own plants from seeds of last year's crop. Currently got 12 lovely little Scotch Bonnet seedlings growing nicely in the seed propagator.

Save a few seeds from the chillis you grow or buy and grow your own next year. It's cheaper :)

Can't seem to get the Naga seeds to sprout yet though :x


What are these Naga??
#10
#11
hot deal, but hotter then a Scotch Bonnet?

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00544/mikeychilli_682x400_544384a.jpg
#12
Nice one.
#13
Hmm, I think I'd have to put my beer refrigerator in the bathroom to store the bog rolls in if I started eating these! :w00t:
#14


Started my Jolokia 4 weeks ago..nothing :? Never had a problem with germination before...
#15
m27try
hot deal, but hotter then a Scotch Bonnet?

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00544/mikeychilli_682x400_544384a.jpg


I know him.. :whistling:
1 Like #16
I like Scotch Bonnet but prefer a good Chocolate Habanero :thumbsup: as for the Naga, they have a crazy germination time and the growing season for them is longer than anything else. Stick with them - patience+warm = a good crop.
#17
Hot!

I've got Jalapeno's, Tabasco's, Devil Reds, Anaheims and Hungarian Hot Wax propogating ATM. The Jalapeno's started spruoting after only a week, signs the Devil Reds are just about to sprout but apparently the others can take up to 4 weeks to see any sign of life.

Where do you guys grow them? Are these mini greenhouse with the plastic covering any good for them once they actually get going?
#18
Must be a hot deal regardless of price?

:oops:
#19
konkywonky
Where do you guys grow them?


I just grow them on the windowsill of my conservatory. They love it in there and most summers the conservatory ends up looking more like Kew Gardens as these plants grow huge and rampant :)
#20
m27try
hot deal, but hotter then a Scotch Bonnet?

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00544/mikeychilli_682x400_544384a.jpg


MILK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#21
sintass
: as for the Naga, they have a crazy germination time and the growing season for them is longer than anything else. Stick with them - patience+warm = a good crop.


ok, thanks for that tip. I'll just be a bit more patient then.....
#22
these are great with pastas,cut up and deseed then chuck over the top with some good olives, lovely
#23
So many other chili growers here! A good tip is to use tomato feed - chilis love it! Not planted loads this year - can become a bit of a fulltime job watering!
#24
If you're lazy like me you can buy seedlings on ebay to grow rather than germinating from seed. Not as cheap as this deal but you get quite a lot of choice and from my experience they stand up to the gladiatorial test that is Royal Mail's transit very well!
#25
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A good tip is to use tomato feed - chilis love it! Not planted loads this year - can become a bit of a fulltime job watering!


I also use tomato feed on my plants and you're right, they do love it! Grow (and crop) like mad on it....and yes, watering is almost a full time job as they get through loads, especially in a hot conservatory. But it's great to watch the masses of chillis a happy and looked after plant can produce. :-D
#26
See if you can grow a Scotch Bunnet under an eyelid
#27
http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/4849/dscf0744g.jpg :thumbsup:
#28
Great Find OP! Went in there today, and didn't read where you said it was 10 for £4.20. I picked up a selction of ten (Tomatoes, Peppers, Chilli and Cucmbers. Saw they went through at 4.20.. so went and grabbed another load of 10.
Got about 8 chili ones I think, hehe.

Quick question with them.. when should you transplant them into a bigger pot ?
#29
smithmr8
Great Find OP! Went in there today, and didn't read where you said it was 10 for £4.20.


Just added it a minute ago. Didn't know myself till others posted on the thread. :p

As far as replanting goes, I think they're about ready to go into larger pots as they're being sold. First time I've grown them myself but it recommends here (http://www.southdevonchillifarm.co.uk/info/growing-chillies) that you pot them when they reach about 5 pairs of leaves. Which is the stage that mine was already at when I bought it.
#30
Btw it's worth noting that these can be mix and matched, in case you don't have the need for 10 chilli plants, it's not too clear from the piccie, but I bought 6 chilli's, 2 peppers, and 2 cucumbers ;-)

Edit: nm I'll get me coat, smithmr8 already said as much :whistling:
1 Like #31
smithmr8
Great Find OP! Went in there today, and didn't read where you said it was 10 for £4.20. I picked up a selction of ten (Tomatoes, Peppers, Chilli and Cucmbers. Saw they went through at 4.20.. so went and grabbed another load of 10.
Got about 8 chili ones I think, hehe.

Quick question with them.. when should you transplant them into a bigger pot ?


If they're like the photo in evangelion's post I'd say you need to transplant soon.

My local B&Q in Edinburgh doesn't have any of these yet. Possibly still a bit too cold.
#32
Hehe. Oh right, thanks for the info :D. Shall get some larger pots tomorrow. The other ones (cucmber, pepper, tomato) also look fairly big for their pots. So will probably just repot all of them.

Is there a knack to repotting ? Or is it just a case of putting some compost in a larger one, putting in the current plant and then topping with compost ?

Don't have to pull some of the roots or anything ?
1 Like #33
smithmr8

Don't have to pull some of the roots or anything ?


Noooo! Don't disturb the roots at all, and just do what you outlined, gently :)
1 Like #34
smithmr8
Hehe. Oh right, thanks for the info :D. Shall get some larger pots tomorrow. The other ones (cucmber, pepper, tomato) also look fairly big for their pots. So will probably just repot all of them.

Is there a knack to repotting ? Or is it just a case of putting some compost in a larger one, putting in the current plant and then topping with compost ?

Don't have to pull some of the roots or anything ?


Get the larger pot put a layer of compost in the bottom. You should be able to lift the entire contents of current one and sit on top, put compost around the sides, and a little (not much) on top. Firm it lightly, but don't apply too much pressure, add a small amount of water to help bond everything together.
#35
Wicked :D. Thanks for the help :D
#36
Those who got tomato or cucumber , what type were they?
#37
smk77;8052014
Those who got tomato or cucumber , what type were they?

The Tomato plants I saw were Moneymaker.
#38
Picked some up today, they scanned at the correct price though :x

Still voted Hot.

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