Chili “Bird’s Eye Baby”

9.90 
7.98 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

Chili “Bird’s Eye Baby”

9.90 
7.98 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

C. annuum ‘Bird’s Eye Baby’
Spicy Chili-novelty – Tested by our fabulous Plantui Owner’s-group!

This limited edition will be sold in a flash – so be quick and get yours now! Bird’s Eye Baby-chili is a slight mystery for us also, so join this wild exploration journey to the world of flaming hot flavors and joy of growth! We’ll give a surprise prize to the first person to reap the harvest from this one! Share the joy of growth of your chili on social media with #plantuiexperimentclub

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Product information

Category: Chili
Growing time: 12+ weeks
Harvesting: Harvest as the chillies ripen.
Package includes: 3 capsules + plant nutrients 

Bird’s Eye Baby –chili grows small but fierce peppers! On the Scoville scale, Bird’s Eye Baby scores from 100,000 to 225,000.
As a comparison, the rather spicy Habanero-chili falls between 100 000 – 350 000 on Scoville scale.

Chillies germinate in about two weeks. Chillies grow slowly. A few months after sowing, the chilli is ten centimetres tall and begins to crave more light. You can then add a Boosting Light Height Block to enhance plant growth

Bird’s Eye Baby and boosting light on a bundle, now only 39€!

As the first flowers appear, you can add a separate Blooming Light Height Block. The first harvest ripens typically 4-5 months after sowing. 

Read more about growing Chillies and the indoor garden accessories we recommend for chili-fans.

Bird’s Eye Baby chili – in the hands of our test team

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