recommended varieties of chillies and peppers for polytunnel and outdoors


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  • #44897

    Allotmenteer
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    Hello Charles

    I never managed to pick up recommended varieties of chillies and peppers from your updates and forum (only few in your books). I would love to know what are your favourites at the moment in terms of yield and flavour.

    Any other gardeners’ recommendations would be appreciated too!

    #44921

    Jonesyboy27
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    I grow mine in a poly tunnel I have been growing from plugs but this year from seed under light to get an early start.
    My favourites are cayenne,jalapeño,Apache,scotch bonnets Hungarian
    I have also read that you can use the plants for years so will be giving this a go

    #44924

    Hawfinch
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    My two favourites are Pimiento Padron, the Spanish “tapas pepper” which can be eaten fried. And Jimmy Nardello, originally from Italy, which is a long red sweet variety.

    #44941

    Amanda
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    I grow Hungarian paprika peppers, to dry and grind. Nothing tastes as good as home produced paprika and so far they have survived winter in the greenhouse.

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