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These small, pointed bullet shaped red or green chillies are extremely tasty and very hot. They’re sometimes called Thai chillies but actually come from Mexico. These chillis are often used in Chinese and South East Asian cooking. The bird's eye chilli plant like all chilli plants is a perennial and can be overwintered indoors. The fruits of most varieties are red, some are yellow, purple or black. The fruits are very pungent. The flowers are greenish white or yellowish white.
The bird's eye chili is small but packs some very good heat. At one time it was even listed as the hottest chili in the Guinness Book of World Records but since then other hotter varieties of chili have since been recorded. It is at the lower end of the range and is about as hot as the milder habanero chilis. The pods of the bird's eye chili are most popularly used as a spicy and chili condiment while its leaves can be consumed as vegetables. It is what gives local dishes such as peri peri its fiery zing. It can also be used to flavor vinegar.
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Sowing; Sow early December-January, or for main crop March- April. Sow the seed into compost either into a seed tray or into modules with a temperature between 20-24oC and cover with a light layer of compost. Germination typically takes 14 - 21 days. Cover the compost with clear plastic film which helps raise the temperature aiding germination.
It is best to re-pot in stages before their final pot size. Once in final pot size plants may need staking for support. Water regularly but be careful not to over water, surface of compost can be allowed to dry out slightly between watering.