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We grow our Lily Pepper plants in Java for its special climate and natural surroundings.


Our Lily Peppers growing cycle:

  • Grown in special coconut husk compost to establish a good root source.
  • The soil is fed with a by-product from sugar cane which is rich in nutrients.
  • Ash is also added to create the very best soil conditions.
  • The saplings are transplanted to greenhouse or field.
  • The Lily Peppers start off green and turn to vibrant red before harvesting.
  • Any essential pesticides are passed to European and US standards and are only used as absolutely necessary.
  • Each greenhouse holds around 4,000 Lily Peppers plants.