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  1. Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Hojiso’ Bi-coloured Leaf

    Perilla 'Britton' or 'Briton'
    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €2.20

    Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves. The serrated, red-veined leaves are green on top and deep purple-red underneath.

  2. Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ is a typical green leaf variety of Perilla used extensively to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ Green Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €2.20

    Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ leaves make for exquisite decoration. It is finely sliced with ginger and added to salads, sautéed vegetables, sashimi, tempura and sushi. Available either red or green, the red having more of an anise flavour and slightly less spicy than the green variety, which tastes more like cinnamon.

  3. Shiso ‘Akajiso’ is a typical red leaf variety of Perilla used extensively in Japan

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Akajiso’ Red Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil, Purple Mint.
    €2.20

    Out of stock

    Shiso ‘Akajiso’ the red leaf variety of Perilla is used extensively in Japan to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc. It has a wonderful complex aroma, the taste is almost always said to be quite hard to describe - the words cinnamon, basil, anise, and citrus pop up in the attempts.
  4. Sweet Pepper "Marconi Red" grow to around 16cm (7in) long and up to 6cm (2½in) in diameter at the shoulder

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Marconi Red'

    Sweet Pepper, Red Horn Pepper
    €1.95

    Sweet Pepper ‘Marconi Red’ is an Italian bred variety. Maturing a little later than regular bell peppers, they produce much sweeter and tastier fruits. This variety is often used for roasting and frying but also tastes wonderful when eaten fresh. It grows very well in unheated greenhouses or in pots on a sunny patio.

  5. Sweet Pepper 'Marconi Yellow' grow to around 16cm long and up to 6cm in diameter at the shoulder
    €1.95

    Incredibly sweet and beautiful, Sweet Pepper 'Golden Marconi’ have a wonderful taste and feature sweet skin, medium thick flesh and a mild and juicy flavour. The vigorous, productive plants produce long and slender fruits that are tapered to a blunt end. The fruits look elegantly beautiful on the plant.

  6. Popular since the 1920s, this is the golden version of the red California Wonder.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Golden Californian Wonder'

    Bell Pepper
    Heritage (USA, Introduced 1928)
    €1.75

    'Golden Californian Wonder' is the widely adapted standard variety, a favorite with gardeners and widely used for commercial production. The plant does well in both cool and warm weather. It consistently produces large yields of blocky, four-lobed thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet, tender and flavourful.

  7. The name of this Italian heirloom translates as ‘Horn of the Bull’, a tribute to this Sweet Peppers' full, tapered shape.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Corno di Toro Rosso'

    ‘Horn of the Bull’. Heritage (Italian)
    €2.00
    With a sweet, crisp, full-bodied flavour and a full, tapered shape, the gorgeous deep crimson sweet pepper ‘Horn of the Bull’ grow up to 25cm long. These uncommon peppers are a traditional favorite of Italy. Suitable for the greenhouse or outdoors.
  8. The name of this Italian heirloom translates as ‘Horn of the Bull’, a tribute to this Sweet Peppers' full, tapered shape.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Corno di Toro Giallo'

    ‘Horn of the Bull’. Heritage (Italian)
    €2.00
    Corno di Toro Giallo peppers have thin skin and thick walls and ripen to a golden-yellow. With a sweet, crisp, full-bodied flavour they are so popular that they have spawned an almost fanatical following.
  9. Sweet Pepper California Wonder is a widely adapted standard variety that is a favorite with gardeners.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Californian Wonder'

    Bell Pepper
    Heritage (USA, Introduced 1928)
    €1.75

    Californian Wonder is the widely adapted standard variety, a favorite with gardeners and for commercial production. It consistently produces large yields of blocky, four-lobed thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet, tender and flavourful. Perfect for salads, to stir-fries, grilling or stuffing.

  10. Pepper, Chili Pepper Pequin 'Firecracker'

    Pepper, Chili Pepper Pequin 'Firecracker'

    Hot: 30,000 to 40,000 SHU.
    €1.75

    Unashamedly bright and vibrant, Firecracker is an edible and very ornamental little pepper. They pack some chilli kick but the amazing fruity flavour is never overpowered by the heat. The peppers can be used fresh or dried, they are lovely when made into miniature herb wreaths and kitchen swags, or threaded and hung in miniature garlands.

  11. Tabasco fruits grow upright and are 3 to 4cm (1 to 1½in) long. They mature from yellow to orange to red.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Tabasco'

    Hot: 50,000 to 80,000 SHU.
    Greenleaf Strain.
    €1.95

    Tabasco peppers are an American legend. Originally from Costa Rica they are the most well known type of Capsicum frutescens.These fiery little jewels are the primary ingredient in tabasco sauce. This Greenleaf strain has been bred to be resistant to tobacco etch virus (TEV) and give a lot of firepower!

  12. The Serrano, meaning 'from the mountains', is native to Mexico and south-west America.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Serrano'

    Hot: 10,000 to 23,000 SHU.
    €1.75

    Serrano peppers are fleshy and meaty with the unique flavour so popular in Mexican cuisine. The abundant candle-flame shaped fruit are green, then red at full maturity and are borne on attractive erect, branching plants. They red chilies are often be threaded on string and dried as a colourful ornament.

  13. Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Scotch Bonnet'

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Scotch Bonnet'

    Very Hot: 100,000 to 350,000 SHU
    €2.55

    The 'Scotch Bonnet' was the first Caribbean Hot Pepper to be known by a specific name in the export market. Most commonly found in hot Caribbean dishes, use sparingly, fresh or dried to recipes. Also great for pickling, garnishes, sauces and jerk rubs, it develops a rich, multi-sided, tropical-fruity flavour.

  14. Often served in Tapas bars, Pimientos de Padrón are amazingly tasty, tiny fresh peppers that are a Spanish delicacy.
    €2.25

    Pimientos de Padrón are amazingly tasty, tiny fresh peppers. The Spanish delicacy often served in Tapas bars, chances are if you have been to Spain you have gobbled up small plates of these in one sitting. Padrón peppers can be harvested as early as mid-May when small and sweet.

  15. Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Piccante a Mazzetti'

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Piccante a Mazzetti'

    Fairly Hot: to 20,000 SHU.
    €2.00

    Pepper ‘Picante a Mazzetti’ produces attractive cone shaped, chillies which grow vertically with many fruits per bunch. known as 'Bouquet di Peperoncini', they mature to a festive, deep scarlet red, and have a multitude of ornamental as well as edible uses. Sown May to June they will produce fruits in perfect time for Christmas.

  16. Described as tasting somewhat like chocolate or liquorice, with undertones of cherry and tobacco

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Mulato Isleno'

    Mild: 1,000 to 1,500 SHU.
    €2.25

    Mulato Isleno is a wonderful mild pepper, closely related to the poblano, perhaps a little slightly larger and sweeter, it is characterised by large, heart-shaped fruit which start a dark green and mature to a rich chocolate brown. Wonderful roasted and great in stews, they are also terrific stuffed with meat or cheese

  17. Pepper 'Little Wonder' has a compact growth habit and produces festive, deep scarlet, conical shaped peppers.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Little Wonder'

    Hot: 30,000 to 40,000 SHU.
    €1.50

    Pepper 'Little Wonder' has a compact growth habit and produces festive, deep scarlet, conical shaped peppers. Edible and ornamental, it seems a shame to confine them to just the veggie patch when they can be grown all year long in containers. Sown May to June they will produce fruits in perfect time for Christmas.

  18. Shaped vaguely like a lantern, 'Jamaican Hot Yellow'  mature from light green, to light orange

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Jamaican Hot Yellow'

    Hot - 100,000 to 200,000 SHU.
    €2.55

    The 'Jamaican Hot Yellow' aren't the hottest chillies in the world, but clocking up to 100,000 to 200,000 SHU's these are probably as hot as one really needs to go. Behind the heat will be found a gorgeous fruity, citrusy flavour. Use in salsas, chutneys soups and sauces, they mix especially well in salsas with fruit.

  19. Jalapeño are among the most popular and commonly available hot chilli peppers in the world.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Jalapeño'

    Mild, 2,500 to 5,000 SHU.
    €1.75

    Jalapeño peppers are among the most popular and commonly available hot chilli pepper seeds in the world. They are very versatile: hot enough for a good kick, but still mild enough to use as a vegetable. The smooth, dark green fruits which ripen to red have thick walls with a rounded tip.

  20. Jalapeño are among the most popular and commonly available hot chilli peppers in the world.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Jalapeño Tam'

    Mild, 1,000 to 1,500 SHU.
    €2.25

    If you love the taste of Jalapenos but can’t take the heat, 'Jalapeño Tam' is the one for you. Developed by Texas A&M to have the Jalapeno flavour without the heat, and at only 1,000-1,500 SHUs, this is much milder than the typical Jalapeno so you and all the family can enjoy all the flavour and not worry about it burning your tongue.

  21. Red Habanero chiles are one happy looking bunch. They ripen from green to yellow and then orange to red as they mature.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Habanero Red' Organic

    Very Hot - 200,000 to 300,000 SHU.
    €1.75
    The Habanero when ripe or dried and powdered has a unique apricot scent. Used in Mexican and Caribbean cuisine. They will grow happily outside over the summer in pots, or planted into the garden, but bring them in before the first frosts to prolong fruiting. Organic Seed.
  22. Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Habanero Red'

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Habanero Red'

    Very Hot - 200,000 to 300,000 SHU.
    €1.75
    Red Habanero chillies are one happy looking bunch with colourful skins that ripen to red as they mature. They are small, cute, shinny and have waxy skin. But as much as their looks are inviting, they are among the hottest chilli peppers commonly grown in the world.
  23.  Pepperoncini peppers barely nudge the pepper scale, probably best described as having a ‘slightly sweet tang’, especially when pickled.
    €2.45

    Pepperoncini peppers originally hail from Europe, specifically Italy and Greece, often served in salads and on antipasti platters. They barely nudge the pepper scale and have a slightly sweet 'tang’ especially when pickled. Mild, tasty and crunchy, they bring many foods to life.

  24. Red Fresno is a mild to hot chili pepper with a great flavour.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Fresno'

    Mild to Hot - 5,000 SHU.
    €1.85
    Originally from California, Red Fresno peppers are of similar size and hotness to jalapeños, they are sometimes labeled "red jalapenos", which they are not. Less meaty and with have thinner skin, they have exceptional flavour. This is an exceptional chilli for both pickling and salad making. RHS AGM.

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