Boriya Mirch Chilli Seeds. Boriya Mirch is a small, round, hot chilli pepper (also known as Button Chilli) that grows on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Translated from Spanish it's name means "Small Bell" or "Rattle". When dried this chilli becomes translucent and makes a rattling noise like a tattle snake - hence it is also called Rattle Snake Chilli. The plant can grow to more than 1 meter producing bright to dark red large round chiles that are prized for their pleasant overall burn they create in the mouth.
Chillihead Images of fresh chillies shown in product views are for purpose of showing the type of chillies that these seeds have been harvested from. We do not sell fresh chillies on this site. Customers are advised that they are buying chilli seeds for the type of chilli shown in the product view. All our chilli plants are open pollinated. While seeds are harvested from plants as advertised, there is a possibility that hybridization/cross polination may occur. We do not sell to minors under the age of 18. We would also like to warn customers that most of our products are exctremely hot and should be treated with utmost respect.
|Start:||Start Indoors: July - August (About 8 weeks before the last frost) Plant Outdoors: First weeks of October (Weather Permitting - night time temperatures have to be over 10ºC)|
|Soil Type:||Loamy, well drained soil.|
|Sunlight:||Generally Full Sun. The more the better. Seedlings should be introduced to sun gradually in early spring and protected with 40% shade netting (if possible). Some of the Wild chilli varieties perefer dappled sunlight.|
|Days to harvest:||This chilli in our experience is a normal grower, but pods can take a long time to ripen. We would recommend 120 - 150 days from planting. This can vary depending on given growing conditions and weather. Insect or plant (hail) damage may also slow plant growth.|
|Spacing:||Plant 45 - 60cm apart and raise roots above ground level in raised beds or rows.|