Chilli Pepper Cherry Bomb (3 Plants) Organic

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The Chilli Pepper Cherry Bomb has more of a bite than a kick with a Scoville rating of 10,000 to 15,000 making it a very tasty variety to add to dishes.
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Pack Content: 3 Plants
Size: 10-30cm approx.
Product Code: VEG-151
Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £5.95
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Plants are delivered from late April to July

Minimum Quantity on Veg Plant Orders is Three Packs (any varieties)

Delivery From Late April Onwards

The Chilli Pepper Cherry Bomb has more of a bite than a kick with a Scoville rating of 10,000 to 15,000 making it a very tasty variety to add to dishes. 

Supplied as a set of 3 organic plants the Cherry Bomb chilli produces cherry shaped fruit up to 7cm in diameter with fleshy walls and turns from green to a beautiful bright red. 

  • Organic Chilli Pepper Cherry Bomb - Supplied as 3 plants
  • Arrives bare rooted ready to be planted
  • Approx. height 10-30cm
  • Round Cherry shaped Chilli Peppers
  • Up to 7cm diameter
  • Thick fleshy walls
  • Turns from green to bright red
  • Scoville rating of 10,000 to 15,000
  • Delivery from late April
  • Grown pesticide free
  • Allow up to 3 weeks for delivery

Growing Advice

Chillies and Peppers grow much better in a warm greenhouse and smaller plants will do well on a sunny windowsill. Chillies and peppers are best grown in fresh compost in either growbags or pots. 

Plant three to a grow bag or one to a pot. If you're planting them in beds, the spacing is dependant on the variety and your baby chillies will have all planting inctructions included when they arrive. If in doubt 20cm is a good distance. 

Pinch of the tips of chilli plants when they reach around 20cm in height which will encourage the plants to produce more fruits. You'll need to feed both chillies and peppers frequently, especially before it starts to flower. 

Water your plants regularly and give them a liquid feed every fortnight. Chilli peppers may require some support - train them up a bamboo cane or look at our range of Plant Supports for some long lasting plant support solutions. 

Keep an eye out for Aphids, Whitefly and Spider mite as these can damage your chilli pepper plants.

You can harvest these chillies at whatever stage you like - they will start out green and gradually change colour. The more you pick them the more the plant will keep growing more. 

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