Durban Chilli, Jalapeno Heirloom Chilli, Pepperdew
Spice up your diet by adding heart-healthy chilli to your dishes. Chillies have unbelievable health benefits and they are known for their medicinal properties. Preserve your harvest by drying them or by making pickled chillies to make your own cures in your kitchen.
Sandveld Organics is an organic farm in Lambert’s Bay on the West Coast of South Africa. They’re a supplier of certified organic, open pollinated seeds. This means that you can save your own chilli seeds to grow more plants with most of the qualities of the parent plant.
The Sandveld Organics founders, Theunis and Susi Engelbrecht, are pioneers in organic agriculture on the West Coast. Sharing their knowledge and experience, they started assisting a group of less privileged women from the fishing community in Lamberts Bay, struggling with their vegetable garden. Together with the support of several State Departments, this initiative has developed into a structures support programme to help emerging farmers.
You can enjoy growing your own organic food, eating more fresh fruit and vegetables and improve your physical and mental health at the same time by planting your Sandveld Organics seeds.
Pepperdew chill is sweet and mild. These tasty peppers are perfect in salads and sandwiches, delicious on pizzas and perfect for antipasto. These certified organic heirloom seeds are very easy to grow. The best time of the year to sow these seeds is between August and November. They grow well with herbs, garlic and salad, but not with tomatoes, potatoes and cucumbers. Full planting instructions on back of packaging.
These jalapenos are mild and have lots of health benefits. Make an easy pickled jalapeno with this 10 Minute Recipe. For planting in any of the following months: August and November. They grow well with herbs, garlic and salad, but not with tomatoes, potatoes and cucumbers. Full planting instructions on back of packaging.
Add great heat and great flavour to your meals with this hot chilli. Grow your own chillies from seed by planting August to November. These seeds grow well with herbs, garlic and salad, but not with tomatoes and potatoes. Full planting instructions on back of packaging.