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Chilly-Chili Ornamental Pepper Seeds


Chilly-Chili Ornamental Pepper Seeds

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 Capsicum annum Chilly Chili


| 25 Seeds |


aaslogo.jpgAn All America Selection winner, this variety produces 2 to 2-1/2" blunt nosed fruit on a vigorous plant habit. Winner of the Dallas Arboretum FlameProof Award, meaning it can withstand Heat.The highly ornamental non-pungent fruit matures from greenish yellow to orange to dark red. Height: 9 to 10", 13 to 14" spread.
Unbelievably profuse, this bright upturned peppers fill the garden and your best containers with every bright shade of orange, red, scarlet  over a long, lovely summer season. The best ornamental pepper for profuse fruiting and bold party colors. Just a foot high and a bit wider, this little ornamental is everything you could ask for: quick-growing, trouble-free, well-branched, and heavy-bearing. They stay and stay, keeping the display fresh and attractive long into autumn! Package 25 Seeds.


How To Grow Ornamental Pepper-Chilly Chili From Seeds

The first family-friendly ornamental pepper with exceptional garden performance. 'Chilly Chili,' as the name implies, has non-pungent fruit. The "heat" was bred out of the peppers, which is perfect for households with children who like to explore their environment. The fruit changes color from yellow to orange and matures at red. Extremely heat tolerant, 'Chilly Chili' will provide garden color during southern summers. Pepper plants can grow about a foot tall and spread 6-10 inches. The petite 2 inch peppers can be used as clever ornamental garnishes on salads or with ethnic entrees.

Well-drained, fertile soil with abundant phosphorus and calcium is best.


    • Sow seed in shallow flats, 4 seeds/in., 1/4" deep, in late March or about 8 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
    • Maintain soil temperatures 80-90°F (27-32°C).
    • Pepper seed germinates very slowly in cooler soil.
    • When the first true leaves just show, transplant 2-3" apart in flats or 2" cell-type containers. (The use of 2" or larger cells will produce larger plants with better-developed root systems.)
    • Grow plants at approx. 70°F (21°C) day and 60°F (16°C) nights.


    • Exposing the seedlings to controlled cold treatments can increase the number of flowers and fruits.
    • When the third true leaf appears, grow the plants at a minimum night temp. of 53-55°F (12-13°C) for 4 weeks.
    • The plants should receive full sunlight. After 4 weeks adjust temperature to 70°F (21°C) day and night.
    • If this technique is used, peppers should be seeded 1-2 weeks earlier than usual.


  • Transplant out after frost when the soil is warm and weather is settled.
  • Ideal seedlings have buds, but no open flowers. Set plants 12-18" apart in rows 24-36" apart, or 2 rows on poly/paper mulch, 18" between plants.
  • Water-in transplants using a high phosphorus solution.



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