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Hungarian Black Chilli Plant

Hungarian Black Chilli Plant

Regular price £5.95 GBP
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The Hungarian Black Chilli Plant grows petite 60cm (24") plants filled with 8cm (3") Jalapeno-shaped fruits that change from black to red as they ripen. The plant also boasts purple-veined green leaves and produces beautiful purple flowers. With a Scoville Heat rating of 5,000 to 10,000 units, the fruits offer a medium level of heat. This plant typically matures around 75 days after transplanting and thrives in light locations with a temperature of 21°C, such as a conservatory or greenhouse. As its name implies, this plant originates from Hungary.

Heat Rating : 5,000 - 10,000 Scoville Units. What is a scoville unit?

Fruits in approx 120 days from potting on 

Best placed on a sunny windowsill, ideally a greenhouse, sheltered from cold wind.

Water when the soil is nearly dry, usually once daily if required however in peak summer on hot days we water early in the mornings and check again later in the day

Plug Plants: Delivery April / May, supplied in 50mm x 50mm x 50mm Jiffy 7 Coco Coir Blocks (which are fully biodegradable and sustainable) ready for potting on ( just put the whole block straight into the pot ).

Young Plants: Delivery May / June, supplied in a 9cm fibre biodegradable pot, (still in its 50mm square Jiffy block), more expensive but we will look after them for longer for you and the plant will be much larger, ready for its grow bag or container.

Please Note: Delivery of chilli plants is usually from mid-April onwards for plug plants and mid May for young plants depending on the weather. We will notify you by email when we ship your order.

Feed once a week with Chilli Focus or tomato feed.

Happy Growing!

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Thank you !

just received a box of beautiful chillies ( 3 hungarian plants ) which look remarkable given the journey, great job!