Many of you know (and most probably dont) i grow chilli's. Somewhere about 15 or so varieties. Every time im talking to someone about gardening, and i mention i grow chillis i get the old story which goes something like this: "oh, i can take hot food. I know a guy who grows HOT chillis, hotter than yours i bet.. oh ? you grow hot ones ? his will be hotter.." Please meet my Naga plants. They are like this for about 3 days max before they go full orange, and another few days to get red. You can leave them to ripen longer if you wish, but they are still rocket fuel. You can eat them green too. Naga Click to view full size! Click to view full size! These are Rainbow Thai chillis. They grow vertically and i have a bunch of these as they look really nice in full growing bloom. The leaves are nice and dark, and they have 3 unique colours. The heat factor isnt high, think of a nice "thai green curry". They are "hot" but nothing special. Its more ornamental than anything. Very attractive plant imo. Rainbow Thai Click to view full size! Heres a crop i just picked which was ripe. Few varieties. Peter peppers, Purple tiger (purple thai, etc), tabasco and a few others. No habanaros currently, they hate this cold weather. Once it warms up, they should be all go. I have some white ones im interested in seeing grow, along with red, greens and mustards (yellow). Anyway.. Ill probably make some sauces up with these and cook a few nice dishes. They are currently sitting in the freezer until i need them. During summer, i should (hopefully) be getting bulk chillis grow and may be able to send some seeds out at a later date.. Wait and see. Selection Click to view full size!