CHILLI BIG JIM – VERY MILD AND PERFECT FOR STUFFING THEN WRAPPING IN BACON! $2.20

VERY MILD! THE BIGGEST BIG JIM CHILLI AND A NICE MILD TASTE, GREAT FOR STUFFING! STUNNINGLY EASY TO GROW!

Description
Scoville heat units: 500 to 2,500 (mild)

Introduced in 1975 by New Mexico State University, this cross between a Peruvian chilli and various types from New Mexico, produces high yields of bright green, mildly hot fruit that matures to red. It is popular because of the very long, tasty, 10- to 12-inch pods. An obvious choice for chilli rellenos, Big Jim may vary some in hotness from plant to plant.
SEEDS MEDIUM SIZED, YELLOW, EASY TO SEE AND HANDLE.

Grow Notes
Plant in full sun but keep well-watered. They need a well-drained soil enriched with plenty of organic matter.

Can be grown in containers or gardens. Once fruiting plants may need staking if starting to lean. Pick regularly to encourage more fruit.

Chilli plants are susceptible to mildews and need protection from aphids.

Sow
Sow direct or in pots in Spring, after chances of frost has passed. If living in a warmer climate they can be grown in any season. Sow 5mm deep with 50cm spacing and 100cm between rows.

Keep soil moist but never wet.

Germination
7-21 days at 22-35°C

Maturity
80 days.

In stock

Seed Count: 12
BUY THIS ITEM! Quantity

$2.20Add to cart