There are so many Chili Varieties. Check out some of my favorites below, including tips and tricks to growing and cooking them.
Where to Buy Chili Willy Peppers
Our site has had so much traffic from the Chili Willy Peppers, that we must do another post with some links to help you purchase
Naga Viper One of the Hottest Chili Peppers in the World
The Naga Viper is considered as one of the hottest chili peppers out there. In fact, it takes the fifth place on the scale, according
Cherry Chili – What are they?
The Cherry Pepper also known as the Cherry Chili, chili tomato, or Hungarian cherry pepper is a fantastic chili to grow. This mild to hot
Beginners Gardening: Tips To Grow The Birds Eye Chilli Plant
Thinking of growing a birds eye chilli plant? Great choice! These compact plants are easy to grow and they produce lots and lots of yummy
Easy to Grow Trinidad Scorpion Pepper
When it comes to the world’s hottest pepper that can give you goose bumps and turn you red, nothing can beat Trinidad Scorpion pepper (also
The Chili Willy: Is It Time You Started Growing The Worlds Rudest Chili?
The chili willy is a cute little pepper famed for its phallic appearance. It can be grown, eaten or just displayed as a novelty centrepiece.
The Famous Naga Viper Pepper: One Of The Hottest Chillies Ever Grown
Are you obsessed with hot chillies like the naga viper pepper? It is a flavour sensation, if you can push past the heat, which sits
Serrano Pepper: Growing Tips For Beginners
Serrano pepper chillies are spicy and extremely versatile when it comes to the many different culinary creations you can make with them. Because they are
Mild Chili Plants – Growing Bell Peppers
The most common pepper species is the bell pepper named appropriately from the physical shape of the fruit. In British English, the fruit is simply
Banana Peppers and How to Grow
Banana peppers are a yellow pepper with waxy skin from the chili pepper family. It is thus named because its color and shape looks like
Anaheim Peppers and How to Grow
Anaheim peppers, also known as New Mexican chili, was first grown in Hatch Valley in New Mexico, California. It is a mild type of chili