Candlelight Mutant Chilli Seeds (PI 593565) (c.annuum)
These seeds produce small mound like plants, with very thin leaves. Nothing like a normal chilli.
This is a natural, but odd mutation, from the ornamental, Candlelight variety. This was first discovered by Rauno in Finland. The plant will produce small, upright tapered fruits, which start green and ripen through orange to red. These can take a while for the flowers to set. Fruits can often be seedless, especially early fruit, thus making this a rare collectors item. We would recommend not eating the fruits. Limited quantities.
The PI number, simply refers to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Plant Index number under which the variety is listed.
6 Seeds approximately per pack.
This is a potentially unstable mutated variety. There is a chance of variations in fruit colour, size, shape, and texture and leaf structure and shape.
All of our seeds are from fruits grown by us. All of our photographs are photographs of our own fruit and subject to copyright.