Seeds of Scotland
Chilli - Aji de Colorado Alpino
Capsicum baccatum - approximately 25 seeds.
Very productive chilli. Hot and fruity flavour ripening from yellow to peachy orange and then red. Bred by Wild Mountain Seeds, Carbondale Colorado, specifically for growing in short seasons and cooler temperatures.
Wild Mountain Seeds: "After years of selection and breeding we have drastically increased cool soil temperature growth, earliness and plant stature. This pepper is our farm's favorite for pico de gallo and also a key ingredient in producing an amazing hot pepper ferment. You can't go wrong with this hot pepper that will become a favorite amongst all whom grow it! Enjoy!"
Chillies will do best when grown undercover in Scotland. Sow indoors into small pots or seed flats using a heated propagator or sunny window sill in Feb/March, no later than April. Chillies generally grow slightly slower than Tomatoes so should be sown slightly earlier if possible. Transplant into larger pots once true leaves emerge. Aim to transplant into final growing location after the last frost. Chillies do very well in pots.
All seeds are posted via Royal Mail 1st Class at a flat rate of £3.00. Please note, due to legislation covering inspection and sale of seeds, we can only post to Scotland, England and Wales.