Blondie Chilli


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Blondie Chilli

‘A chilli from Scandinavia’

C. Baccatum

It is not often we have a chilli from Scandinavia, but here we have ‘Beautiful Blondie’ full of creamy white pods.

The plant grows well in a pot to just under a meter in height and even bigger if you plant it in the ground.  As a Baccatum variety they are gangly and go all droopy from the weight of the pods, therefore a few plant stakes will help carrying the heavy branches.

First the pods start off a really light green, then they change to white and some get a little purple tinge through them. It can be difficult to determine when they are ready to be picked, therefore we recommend leaving them on the plant, until they are creamy white.

You can use this delicious chilli in any dish, make your own hot sauce and chilli jam. Another way of using it is to dehydrate the pods and them grind the. That way you will get a delicious homemade chilli powder.

All in all this rare chilli plant looks stunning with all the creamy white pods and would suit any garden, taste amazing and it a great producer.

We recommend you try our variety seed packs for an even BIGGER Discount

Pods size: 5-7 cm long and 1.5-2 cm wide

Flavour wise: Citrus flavour with a bit capsicum taste as well. Similar to the Aji Lemon. Sweet and tangy at the same time.

Heat level: They have a solid stingy burn just under habanero level, so an upper mid heat – 8/15.

10-12 chilli seeds per pack


Additional information

Weight 0.001 kg
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 0.09 cm

1 review for Blondie Chilli

  1. drowngeol

    Grew one in 2019. Lovely vigorous plant that had a really high yield of creamy white to light purple pods.Nice heat level mostly felt in the middle-front of the mouth. Great for pickling too.My plant has over-wintered (in Adelaide) so I’m hoping for more of the same in 2020.

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