- Chilli Garden -

- Chilli Garden -







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First pods of the year. Aji Pineapple. A C. baccatum variety.

The Aji Pineapple is a rare variety that is named after it’s slightly Pineapple taste. Like other Aji’s it is very productive. Peppers ripen from light green to light yellow. They average about 3 inches long and 1/4 inch thick. Great for making a medium sauce or salsa.

First pods of the year. Aji Pineapple. A C. baccatum variety.

The Aji Pineapple is a rare variety that is named after it’s slightly Pineapple taste. Like other Aji’s it is very productive. Peppers ripen from light green to light yellow. They average about 3 inches long and 1/4 inch thick. Great for making a medium sauce or salsa.

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A flower from one of the Aji Pineapple Chillies. A beautiful subtle, green and white, C. Baccatum variety. 

This will later produce amazing chillies that ripen to yellow and have a hint of fruity Pineapple to the hot taste. 

It has a Scoville heat rating of around 10,000-20,000. Reasonable mild!

A flower from one of the Aji Pineapple Chillies. A beautiful subtle, green and white, C. Baccatum variety.

This will later produce amazing chillies that ripen to yellow and have a hint of fruity Pineapple to the hot taste.

It has a Scoville heat rating of around 10,000-20,000. Reasonable mild!

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A beautiful Chocolate Habanero chilli plant.

A unique flavour which is very hot indeed at up to 450,000 Scoville Units. A jalapeño is between 2,000-5,000.

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hqcreations asked: Don't think u asked you this before, but where does your passion for growing chillies come from?

Boringly, I have no Idea. I think it is because they are so easy to grow and so forgiving. I am also impressed with the health benefits they provide too. I just love growing stuff, and especially plants that produce a tasty final product.





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A Trinity Habanero. This is 4 weeks old and has outgrown its second pot. I am going to leave them in these pots for another couple of weeks to slow the growth down a bit. The roots are starting to protrude from the base of the pot. Amazing growth so far.

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