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Since 2017

Since 2017

The beginnings

I was only 14 when one of my dear acquaintances brought me Jalapeno and Habanero chili seeds from Mexico, and that’s when I really fell in love with the “spicy”. I planted these the following year, and I had a couple of chili seedlings — I note with no great success — whose fruit I felt terribly spicy at the time after the domestic hot peppers. Because I liked this new spicy feeling, and I was wondering – what a chili that could be even stronger might be like – so in 2015 I bought different seeds from abroad. There were both chilies and special tomatoes. From these seeds, in 2016, 10 types of chili and 8 types of tomatoes were grown in my garden. By 2017, my kitchen garden has expanded with more chili varieties. Year after year, I gained more and more experience in the technology of growing various peppers and tomatoes, so at the age of 17 I already had 100 chili seedlings with lots of fruit. I can’t eat so many peppers, which is why I started experimenting and my experiments were successful among my acquaintances. That’s when I thought about what it would be like if I were a chili producer too, so in the fall of 2017 I started my own business with 7 products. The Olchili brand name was created by merging my own name (Oliver) and the word chili. By 2018, I already had 24 varieties of chili peppers, from the weakest to the strongest in the world. As a result, my range also started to expand, by the end of the year I had reached my 20+ permanent product. In 2019, I started the year with 1,500 chili pepper seedlings and 200 tomato seedlings.


It is not quantity but quality that matters for me!

I have been very interested in plants and animals since I was a child. Thus, crop production was already employed. In addition, I was a strong eater throughout my youth and found it unthinkable to eat food without chili.

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Chili planting tips

Perennial pepper varieties (Capsicum chinense, Capsicum baccatum, Capsicum frutescens, Capsicum pubescens) have a long growing season, sometimes lasting more than 100 days.