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Chilli Pepper Chiang Rai, also known as ‘Big Thai’ originates from Thailand and is a medium to hot pepper. The chillies measure 10-12cm long and mature from a mid green pepper to a deep red. The plant is very productive and reaches a height of about 75cm.
Thailand considers chilli production as one of the most, if not the, most important veg crop grown in the country and although there are not standard cultivars as the farmers have been saving and growing their own chilli seeds for generations, it is one of the most valuable and widely grown crops.
Chilli Pepper Chiang Rai is named after the most northern city in Thailand. Chilli Pepper Chiang Rai pepper has a medium wall thickness so is best used fresh. So why not pep up your stir-fries or curries with your own homegrown flavourful hot thai peppers.
Chiang Rai Chilli Seed Information
|Seeds Per Pack:||10|
|Sow Hot Scale:|
|Scoville Rating:||TBC SHU (View the Scoville Scale)|
|When to Sow:||January - April|
|Time to Fruit:||70 - 90 days|
|Harvest:||August - October|
When to Sow your Chiang Rai Chilli Seeds
All orders are usually dispatched the next working working day and are delivered either via Royal Mail 2nd Class Delivery (3-5 working day service) or 48 Hour Parcel Courier (depending on size and weight). These delivery times shown are to be used as a guide and are not guaranteed.
Please note, we are unable to deliver seeds to countries outside the UK and Ireland.
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