100 Seeds Bird's Eye Chili Seeds Organic Thai Chili Pepper SeedRegular price $9.99 Save $-9.99
|Plant or Animal Product Type||Vegetable|
|Material Feature||Gluten Free|
|Special Feature||Extended Bloom Time|
|Expected Blooming Period||Spring|
|Sunlight Exposure||Full Shade|
|Number of Pieces||100|
About this item
- Bird's eye chili, bird eye chili, bird's chili, or Thai chili is a chili pepper, a variety from the species Capsicum annuum, commonly found in Ethiopia and across Southeast Asia. It is used extensively in many Asian cuisines. It may be mistaken for a similar-looking chili derived from the species Capsicum frutescens, the cultivar " siling labuyo
- This is where things get more fascinating because it is just mammals that are affected by capsaicin. The reason why birds can eat chili peppers concerns germination and digestion . There was a study conducted in Arizona that found birds were able to feast on hot chilies while mice and rats avoided them.
- The bird's eye chili is small, but is quite hot (piquant). It measures around 50,000 - 100,000 Scoville units, which is at the lower half of the range for the hotter habanero but still many times more spicy than a jalapeño.
- Thai Bird Chiles. November 30, 2007. Also known as bird chiles, bird's-eye chiles, or prik kee noo, these tiny 1 to 1 1/2-inch chiles range in color from green to red. They are very hot and commonly used as a garnish, added to soups, or just nibbled on during a meal.
- The small chiles grow on small bushes in hot weather climates. Raw, dried, or cooked,
- Bird's eye chili, bird eye chili, bird's chili, Thai chili, cili padi in Malay, or Kanthari in Malayalam is a chili pepper, a variety from the species Capsicum annuum, commonly found in Ethiopia and across Southeast Asia. It is used extensively in many Asian cuisines. It may be mistaken for a similar-looking chili derived from the species Capsicum frutescens
- Birds eye chili is fabulous when used in marinades or sauces that are to be accompanied by fish or chicken.
Bird's Eye Chili Seeds Bird's Eye (Capsicum frutescens) is a type of extremely hot red chili pepper. Bird's Eye is so hot it has earned the nickname, "African Devil." An easy to grow perennial, starting it from seed is a bit of a challenge, so purchase starter plants from a nursery to be assured of a good first crop. African Bird's Eye Chili, buy bird's eye chili pepper -This Capsicum frutescens species (where the Tabasco also belongs to) is a small but very hot pepper. They grow all around Africa (also wild). Easy to grow! Feature: Strong growth, disease resistance, Light requirement: Full Sun Sowing method: Direct sow. Avoid covering the seeds with soil. Keep the seeds moist. Days to Maturity: 70-75 Days Planting time: All Season Attention: Store the seeds in a dry place, do not place them in direct sunlight or high temperature