Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden
Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden
Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden
Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden
Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden
Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden

Heirloom Collectors Chilli and pepper gerden

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This is is one of the first of its kind, a amazing selection of chillies and peppers, from one of the hottest chillies in the world to the most beautiful peppers I HAVE ever seen.

Red and White Bhut Jolokia - Untill 2011 this was the hottest pepper in the world! With Scoville Units between 800.000 ~ 1.001.300 you can call this pepper nuclear. ... Bhut Jolokia (or NagaJolokia) is twice as hot as the previous champ, the Red Savina, and was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's hottest pepper. "WARNING IT'S HOT!!!"

 

Purple Jalapeño peppers - 

Typical Heat Rating in Scovilles
2500 - 10000

The Purple Jalapeño Pepper is an ornamental version of the typical jalapeño pepper. The fruit starts off a deep green, turns a beautiful shade of dark purple (nearly black) and stays that way for a long time before finally ripening to red.

It is common for the plants to display all three colors simultaneously. With crunchy, deep walls, a lime green interior, and classic jalapeno flavor, this variety is a colorful divergence from standard jalapenos.

This plant produces beautiful lavender flowers

Peppadewdrops - It has so many patented names, so I will call mine a mixture of them all. History: Peppadew is actually a trademarked name for a brand of peppers discovered in 1993 in South Africa. A businessman vacationing at his holiday home found the plant in his garden and the unique fruit of the plant intrigued him. He decided to call them Peppadew because they have a peppery, sweet flavor and yet they are "tantalizing as the dew," according to the company's website.

Typical Heat Rating in Scovilles
1177

Obtaining Peppadew Seeds

Because the Peppadew seeds are part of a trademarked operation, finding seeds is difficult. They are not for sale on the open market, but gardeners do trade the seeds with each other. This breed of pepper is a naturally-occurring hybrid, so many gardeners take umbrage at the tight rein the company has over this pepper breed.