Growing Hot Peppers
Grow your own hot peppers, and add some piquancy and heat to your cooking. Learn about the different varieties, which peppers are the hottest, and tips to grow your own hot peppers.
Chilli Pepper Topaz: This new cayenne chilli pepper grows to abaout 18in tall and gives a heavy and very attractive crop of conical fruit which are yellow orange at maturity. Its a spicy fairly hot one which we like in stir fries.
Todd Porter and Diane Cu of White on Rice Couple Plus Homemade Sriracha Sauce
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Chilli Pepper Superchilli: One of the best chillis for pots! It's a Thai type and is easy to grow, reaching a height of 18-24in and yielding a bumper crop of hot bright red fruit. Use them in Thai dishes or wherever you need some heat!
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African Bird’s Eye / African Devil
Learn more about the African Bird’s Eye/ African Devil chili pepper from Chili Pepper Madness. Also sometimes known as Piri Piri or Pili Pili, the African Bird’s Eye is a small chile, growing to only about 1 inch, but they pack a lot of punch.