World Hottest Chilli Plant Set 2 The hottest chillies from around the world

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Chocolate Hab

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Paper Lantern

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Jamaican Hot

World's Hottest Chilli Plants Set 2 £12.95

10% Off pre-orders, March ’18
A second trio of the world's classic hot chillies.

These chillies are some of the world's lesser-known classics, favoured by chilli aficionados around the world. The White Habanero is a prolific and easy producer of small white hot pods. Jamaican Hot is a liberally fruiting chilli plant that produces gorgeously crumpled hot pods with a distinct hint of apricot. Paper Lanterns are an extremely hot and ornamental habanero-type with pods that resemble chinese lanterns.
1 x Chocolate Habanero Plant
1 x Paper Lantern Chilli Plant
1 x Jamaican Hot Chilli Plant
Allow up to 5 working days for delivery.

Interesting Facts

White Habaneros are the earliest fruiting of the chinese varieties. They produce a plethora of tiny little creamy-coloured pods that are seriously hot.

Jamaican Hot is an increasingly popular plant, grown for its beautiful large, crumpled pods that are pretty hot with a distinctive fruity flavour with a tinge of apricot. It's island of origin is obviously Jamaica but unusually for plants of this heat, it is actually an Annuum species planet, not chinense, making it more suitable for outdoor growth than its counterparts.

Paper Lanterns are the prettiest of Habaneros. Named for the likeness of the pods to the chinese floating lanterns in shape and luminescence as the bright pods have a glow about them. Don’t be fooled by their beauty, these are red hot as well. At 400,000 Scoville Units, they’re one of the hottest Habs around.

Chocolates are one of the most popular Habaneros with a blistering sharp heat and a distinctive smoky flavour. The plants are named after the gorgeous deep brown pods they produce.

Region of Origin - (Hybridisation)

White Habanero- Peru
Paper Lantern - Unknown
Jamaican Hot - Jamaica

Heatscale in Scoville Units (SHU)

Paper Lantern - 400,000
White Habanero - 375,000
Jamaican Hot - 150,000

Growth History

Germinated in giant 50mm jiffy pellets. Approx height 10-12cm. Limited Stock. Delivery mid April 2015
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All sizes are approximate. Please note that annuum varieties tend to be more leggy whilst chinense varieties more stocky.

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Potting on Your Chilli Plants

Your chilli plants will arrive ready to be transplanted into their final pots. Most chillies are best suited to a 12-15 litre pot but be a bit flexible here for giants or dwarf varieties. Use a free draining compost mix to fill the pot, make a hole and pop in the plant. If you have an ordinary compost, mix with a little grit or sand. Firm down and give a good watering.

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By this stage an unheated greenhouse should suffice. This is obviously dependent on the weather. Chillies don’t like the cold and shouldn’t be left unprotected if the temperature is going to go down below 10oC. If you are quick off the mark and have your chillies arriving in March, keep indoors or in a heated greenhouse until the risk of frost has passed.

Chilli plants do not like sitting in wet soil, so keep it moist but not over-wet. Feed with a seaweed feed or dedicated chilli feed at the suggested rate. Keep an eye out for any pests or problems. These are best dealt with early on. Prevention is obviously better than cure, so keep plants well spaced and well ventilated. Remove any dead leaves or rotting plant material.

In the summer months, hardier chillies can be placed outside in a sheltered spot or on a warm patio. Acclimatize them slowly, bringing them in at night for the first week or whenever the temperature threatens to drop. Chinense varieties prefer the shelter of a greenhouse and will not flourish outside. Use a cane to support the plants as they grow if necessary.

encouraging fruit

Your chilli plants will produce chillies on each of their sidestems so the more sidestems you have, the more fruit your plant will produce. You can encourage sidestems by placing plants temporarily onto their side causing them to try to grow upright by throwing out a number of sidestems.

Chillies can be pollinated by bees but failing that, they are also self-pollinating, so a gentle shake of flowers will help ensure that they set. Once your chillies start to flower, switch to a high potassium feed such as a tomato feed.

If you want a bumper crop of pods, feed at the suggested rate. However if you want to get really hot chillies, you need to stress your plants. Feed at half the suggested rate and keep letting your plants dry out, watering them only small amounts as they start to wilt. This will get you a smaller crop of superhot pods.

World of Chillies wishes you success with your chilli plants and hopes that you will enjoy growing and consuming them as much as we do!
Pre-order for a 10% discount on our 1st dispatch of Early-start Plugs (19th Feb - 4th March ’18) & Plants (19th March - 1st April).
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Founded by Sarah Hunt in 2008, World of Chillies is an online chilli shop specialising in chilli plants, seeds, gifts, dried chillies and sauces.

We are dedicated to the pursuit of everything that is hot and great.

We stock an extensive range of chilli plugs and plants varieties from around the world. VAT reg 223 1269 42
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