A Chilli Plant is a vegetation plant that produces chillies.
A young chilli plant is dark green and fans out and up from a single low stem. It will make several small increases in size as it grows, but remains no more than a single block tall. A mature chilli plant is two blocks tall and covered in dark red "peppers." The peppers glow slightly in the dark.
Chilli plants can be found growing in tropical regions.
Chilli plants are primarily used in the production and farming of chillies. Chillies can be planted in a block of dirt or compost to produce additional chilli plants and yielding more chillies. Harvesting of chillies is achieved by using a machete on a mature chilli plant.