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Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco
£5.99
Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco

Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco

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Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco

The ‘Tabasco’ is one of the most well-known varieties of chilli peppers. This chilli pepper plant will produce an abundance of upright pods about 4cm long. Ripening from yellow-green to a vivid red this fiery pepper weighs in at an impressive 30,000 - 50,000 SHU.

A ‘Tabasco’s’ fiery flavour makes it famously popular for its use in Tabasco sauce, why not try making your own! Supplied in a 10 cm pot your chilli pepper plant will reach heights of 140 - 150 cm and this particular variety will thrive better in a greenhouse or a sunny sheltered spot.

Grow this eyecatching chilli pepper from your very own home, a must-have for any keen chilli enthusiast.

Caring for your Tabasco

Your chilli plant will perform best in a greenhouse but will produce a good crop in a sunny sheltered location outdoors. It is important that you give it time to adjust to its new environment. Check the compost is moist and if required leave the plant to soak in approximately 5mm water for 5-10 minutes or until the top of the compost is damp. Stand the plant in a warm, light, airy place such as a windowsill or conservatory and allow to grow, ensuring that the compost is kept moist.

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Chilli Pepper Plant - Tabasco

The ‘Tabasco’ is one of the most well-known varieties of chilli peppers. This chilli pepper plant will produce an abundance of upright pods about 4cm long. Ripening from yellow-green to a vivid red this fiery pepper weighs in at an impressive 30,000 - 50,000 SHU.

A ‘Tabasco’s’ fiery flavour makes it famously popular for its use in Tabasco sauce, why not try making your own! Supplied in a 10 cm pot your chilli pepper plant will reach heights of 140 - 150 cm and this particular variety will thrive better in a greenhouse or a sunny sheltered spot.

Grow this eyecatching chilli pepper from your very own home, a must-have for any keen chilli enthusiast.

Caring for your Tabasco

Your chilli plant will perform best in a greenhouse but will produce a good crop in a sunny sheltered location outdoors. It is important that you give it time to adjust to its new environment. Check the compost is moist and if required leave the plant to soak in approximately 5mm water for 5-10 minutes or until the top of the compost is damp. Stand the plant in a warm, light, airy place such as a windowsill or conservatory and allow to grow, ensuring that the compost is kept moist.

  • One of the most well-known chilli peppers, famous for its use in Tabasaco sauce!
  • Ideal for greenhouses, produce handfuls of upright vivid red pods reaching 4cm long.
  • Weighing in at a hot 30,000 - 50,000 SHU.
  • Harvest July - October.

Fascinating pepper and chilli facts!

  • Chilli peppers contain more vitamin C than citrus fruits.
  • Eating chillies causes the brain to release endorphins, making them the ultimate ‘feel good’ vegetable plant.
  • Peppers and chilli plants are extremely low in calories.
  • The heat of chilli pepper plants actually comes from the strip that attaches the seed to the fruit, rather than the seed itself.

Colour:Red

Seeds:False

Bulbs:False

Shrubs:False

Tree:False

Plants:True

Plug or Potted Plant:Potted

Aftercare - Easy:True

Aftercare - Moderate:False

Aftercare - High:False

Height:101-150cm

Spread:41-50cm

Fruit:True

Containers:True

Beds & Borders:True

Greenhouse, Glass House or Home:True

Patio:True

Prefers Full Sun:True

Half Hardy Annual:True

Bees:True

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