Chilli & Pepper Plants

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With varieties ranging from sweet and juicy to hot and fiery and everywhere in between, chillies and peppers are fundamental to many types of cuisine the world over. Whether you’re looking to add heat to a dish or some sweetness to your salads, there is something for all in the pepper family.

These plants are superb for container gardening, for those with busy lives and where space is limited. Choosing plug plants allows you to plant straight into situ. When planting, we recommend picking a nice sunny spot, using an approved organic compost and mixing in some year-round . . . Show More >

With varieties ranging from sweet and juicy to hot and fiery and everywhere in between, chillies and peppers are fundamental to many types of cuisine the world over. Whether you’re looking to add heat to a dish or some sweetness to your salads, there is something for all in the pepper family.

These plants are superb for container gardening, for those with busy lives and where space is limited. Choosing plug plants allows you to plant straight into situ. When planting, we recommend picking a nice sunny spot, using an approved organic compost and mixing in some year-round slow release fertiliser. A good idea is to plant some pollinators in the same container to encourage the pollination of your plants. Chillies also love a good watering, so be sure to give them a good soak before allowing them to gradually dry and repeating. Pinch out the tips of the plants once 6-8 pairs of leaves have appeared and treat them to a high-potash feed – particularly important if growing in containers. When picking your fruits, it’s best practice to twist the stem, which will ensure a clean break and help prevent diseases.


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With varieties ranging from sweet and juicy to hot and fiery and everywhere in between, chillies and peppers are fundamental to many types of cuisine the world over. Whether you’re looking to add heat to a dish or some sweetness to your salads, there is something for all in the pepper family.

These plants are superb for conta. . . Show More >

With varieties ranging from sweet and juicy to hot and fiery and everywhere in between, chillies and peppers are fundamental to many types of cuisine the world over. Whether you’re looking to add heat to a dish or some sweetness to your salads, there is something for all in the pepper family.

These plants are superb for container gardening, for those with busy lives and where space is limited. Choosing plug plants allows you to plant straight into situ. When planting, we recommend picking a nice sunny spot, using an approved organic compost and mixing in some year-round slow release fertiliser. A good idea is to plant some pollinators in the same container to encourage the pollination of your plants. Chillies also love a good watering, so be sure to give them a good soak before allowing them to gradually dry and repeating. Pinch out the tips of the plants once 6-8 pairs of leaves have appeared and treat them to a high-potash feed – particularly important if growing in containers. When picking your fruits, it’s best practice to twist the stem, which will ensure a clean break and help prevent diseases.


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