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Chilli Quickfire Vegetable Plants

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3 x 9cm Potted Plant

Capsicum annum

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Sale price£5.84 Regular price£12.95

Mighty, strong, hot, and quick to mature. What more might one want in a hot Thai-type pepper? Producing plenty of hot delicious fruits on a compact, sturdy plant - perfect for a windowsill or patio pot. Tremendous ornamental value too. Culinary gardeners will definitely want to give this gem a try in their Thai and other Southeast Asian dishes where a little heat and kick give the meal some quickfire!

Our 9cm Potted Vegetable Plants
Over recent seasons we've switched several of our veg varieties from smaller plug plants to 9cm potted plants and had nothing but positive feedback. These larger plants are more vigorous with large, robust root systems and they travel better and establish more quickly than plug plants.

Our Vegetable Plants
If you do not have the time or the facilities for raising your own vegetable plants from seed, let us save you the hassle with our expertly grown vegetable plants. Delivered at just the right time and in perfect condition for growing on in your garden, allotment or greenhouse. You will be impressed by their quality and the speed with which they establish and grow after transplanting, giving you the satisfaction of home grown vegetables. Top quality varieties, professionally grown, delivered for your convenience with complete, easy-to-understand growing hints-just what you would expect from D.T. Brown.

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Steph Mauger
Plants

Arrived carefully packaged, good sturdy little plants , hope I don’t kill them !

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Chris Tearney
Health Plants, Damaged Packaging

My Chilli Plants arrived and the box was damaged to the extent that one of the plants was snapped about 60mm from the base. It is still partially attached so I have supported it and hope that it will continue to grow