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Piri Piri Chili Pepper Plant Pods

R179.00

Grow piri piri chili peppers in your indoor garden!

Piri piri is Swahili for “pepper” and refers to a specific variety of chili that was originally cultivated in Africa. Our spiciest chili variety, this pepper’s clean, bright flavour makes it one of the most exciting chilies to keep in your kitchen.

Piri piri has herbal notes and a slightly citrusy flavour that can help bring rich ingredients into balance. Piri piri goes perfectly with poultry and fatty fish and is a widely known as the main ingredient of the popular piri piri sauce.

Click & Grow Chili pepper benefits:

  • Perfect fresh addition to home gourmet food
  • Growing chilis is 100% hassle-free with a Click & Grow indoor garden
  • You’ll get a garden-to-plate experience in your own kitchen
  • Pesticide free & no GMO’s. The healthiest version of homegrown food.

 

Edible plant.

Sprouts in: 1 – 3 weeks

Lasts up to: 12 – 21 weeks

Temperature range: 20 °C35 °C

  • Piri Piri Chili fruits have a heat level of up to 100.000 on Scoville heat units.
  • You can speed up the germination process by raising the temperature to 79°F (26°C).
  • If multiple seeds germinate in each pod, leave one seedling to grow per plant pod to ensure enough space and nutrients for the plant to grow.
  • Do not cut or prune your Piri Piri Chili plant before fruiting – it will form flowers and fruits at the top of the plant.
  • Once your plant is flowering, it needs to be pollinated by hand. Do this by gently shaking your plant to carry pollen from one blossom to the next.
  • Warning! The leaves and seeds of the Piri Piri Chili can be hot too. It is always a good precaution to wash your hands after touching the chili plant. It is also best to avoid touching your eyes or other sensitive body parts after handling chilies.

 

  • Lemon Balm is ready for first harvesting approximately one month after planting the pod.
  • Gently trim off the tips of the plant leaving at least 2 pairs of true leaves to grow. There will be more soon!
  • If some leaves turn brownish, feel free to cut the stem off – new leaves will grow soon.
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