Grow Your Own Chilli Plants

Product code: 1136321

Grow five different types of chilli plant – including of the world’s hottest varieties – with this red hot gift box

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Growing your chillies is simple - everything you need is inside this gift box including starter growing pots, compost discs, seeds and a booklet containing growing tips. A red hot gift idea.

Your gift box contains:
  • 1 packet of Tabasco chilli seeds.
  • 1 packet of tepin chilli seeds- one of the world’s hottest varieties!
  • 1 packet of Hungarian hot wax chilli seeds.
  • 1 packet of jalapeno chilli seeds.
  • 1 packet of Anaheim chilli seeds.
  • 5 starter growing pots made from coconut husk.
  • 5 natural coconut husk compost discs which expand when watered.
  • 5 wooden plant markers.
  • Chilli plant growing tips.
This pack contains real plant seeds Origin UK. The plant seeds can die before or after germination. Please plant your seeds as soon as possible. Due to the varying nature of the conditions that the plant seeds are stored and grown in, no company supplying this gift pack can accept any liability in relation to the non performance of the seeds or coir disks and pots. This is a novelty gift and must be regarded as such.

Delivery Type Delivery Time Price
Delivery options Standard UK Delivery (Last order date for delivery before Christmas is 15th December. Available for delivery to UK mainland addresses only. Please allow 4-7 working days for the product to arrive.) Last orders for Christmas 15th December £4
     
Grow Your Own Chilli Plants
5.0 out of 5 – 2 reviews
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This box is great has everything you need. Im planning to use the chillis I grow in my cooking. 16 November 2010
"My friend loves cooking spicy food and is well into the whole organic thing so I thought this grow your own chillis"" set might be a bit of an unusual fun gift for her! She's not that green fingered but has planted the seeds ready to see if she can grow some jalepenos and tobasco plants! I'll be impressed if even one chilli survives through the next few months!""" 16 November 2010
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