Contains 6 sachets of seed, 6 plant markers, 6 grow pots, plastic propagator with lid, growing medium an mini sowing guide.
Sow indoors from February to May. Fill pots with compost and sow 3 seeds per pot, cover with 5mm of fine compost and water. Compost should be kept moist to the touch being careful not to over water. Water daily with a spray bottle.
We advise to use a propagator to give your seeds the best start, Naga should be started in the propagator. When seedlings are large enough to handle transplant in to medium to large pots, and place in a sunny spot.
Seedlings can be placed outside after all risk of frost has passed. Harden off plants by leaving outdoors in the daytime and bringing inside at night. Once seedlings are acclimatised, transplant into pots or beds.
If you are keeping your chillies in beds or growing outdoors, it is advised that you space them out at least 30cm apart to allow room to grow and prevent the plants competing with each other.
Harvest chillies with scissors to protect plant, when fruit is ripe but firm to the touch.
The earlier in the season you plant the hotter your chillies will be.
Chillies freeze very well. Just cut in to strips or rings and freeze raw.
If you keep your chillies out doors, protect from slugs and snails.
Plant growth is dependent on growing conditions.
Seed germination can take up to 21 days.
For best results use within season of purchase.
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Some plants can be harmful if consumed or cause irritation if touched.
Always wear gloves when gardening and wash hands thoroughly when finished.
See our list of potentially harmful plants here.