CHILLI IS FUN FOR US AND WE ENJOY IT WITH YOU

We produce chili seeds on our chili farm in the Beskydy mountains. We have been growing chili peppers for more than 10 years and we even cross our own new varieties.
This way we can offer chili seeds of all the possible colors, shapes and heat to other growers interested in the world of heat.
From our own farm we offer chili seeds of classic world-famous varieties but also seeds of new chili peppers, which you will not find anywhere else.
We seasonally deliver fresh chili peppers to restaurants directly to the hands of chefs and also dried chili peppers from prepared stocks for the whole year.

WORLD OF CHILLI SEEDS prepare to autumn

FOR ALL CHILLI GROWERS

 

 

 

 

GOROL CHILLI FARM

 

 

 

CHILLIPAEDIA

 

 
 

Gorols are the inhabitants of mountain areas in southern Poland, northern Slovakia and northeastern Czech Republic (Těšín region), ie. the Beskydy Mountains. We speak our own dialect, which is of Polish origin, so even Google will not translate it and Praguer is trapped. However, this does not change the fact that even here in the Beskydy Mountains we grow peppers.
This year we have grown up to 183 varieties of chili peppers with a huge amount of hots and super hots.
Gorol chilli is for everyone who is looking for homemade and BIO chilli products for a gastronomic, medical or just for fun point of view. Homemade Gorol chilli products can also serve as a very suitable gift for any occasion.

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We have been actively involved in growing chilli peppers for more than 10 years, during which more than 700 varieties have passed under our hands. Once upon a time, we started with seeds from rounded red and yellow peppers that we brought from Italy. Our interest soon grew into a passion.
Since then, we have grown all the possible varieties from sweet to the hottest in the world.
At the moment, we prefer interesting peppers, especially C. baccatum and wild varieties. We also cross chili peppers.
And a lot of them look really great so far!

 

 

 
 

CHILLI PEPPERS FOR THE 2020 SEASON

For this season, we have chosen 14 species of wil chilli peppers, which we will again grow in the mountains.
This year, the cultivation of ornamental and incredibly hot chilli will be in the hands of Michal and we will share with you all the experience for the whole season
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FB fun page ChilliPaedia & Gorol. The most interesting species this year will definitely include Magma, Pink Tiger X BBG 7Pot, Rotondo .....

 

 

 

 

 
 
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When and how - to what and where

The more seedlings they grow, the more they need. Whether it's nutrients, water, space or light. Small seedlings will soon need to be transplanted into a larger container, watered more often and slowly started to fertilize. But nothing can be exaggerated. The most common mistake in this period is excessive care (over-fertilization, overflow, unnecessarily large flowerpot), as well as insufficient care (too many seedlings for a weak light source, drying of the substrate, ...). So let's go through the whole process together and explain what to look out for, where not to overdo it and where not to save.
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