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- Hairy Little Dwarf
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Those are some very nice condition plants
- DARKE ANGLER
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Hi thereDARKE ANGLER wrote: ↑Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:03 pmI've been growing hot and bell peppers for a while now and have been making sauces, drying and grinding etc.
Currently growing and harvesting the below, but am always adding and removing varieties.
I purchase seeds direct from the NuMex Pepper Institute to ensure I get what I pay for.
I'll post some pics up from home later tonight. Can't upload from work.
Black Prince - Extremely Hot
Cajamarca/Bhut Jolokia hybrid - Extremely Hot
Yellow Rocotto - Extremely Hot
Takanotsume (Hawk Claw) - Medium Hot
Spanish Piquillo - Very Low heat, but probably the sweetest pepper I've ever tasted
Lastly.. I'm only germinating them now, but have some Trinidad Moruga Scorpions on the way.
These have just taken the title of the NEW hottest peppers in the world. I probably wont get to experience their true heat as our weather is for hot peppers.
Anyone doing anything exciting in the garden?
I have plenty of seeds I'm willing to share if you want to get started.
Also I'll be bringing some fresh peppers, and a couple of different sauces to the meet at Martins on the 24/25.
Do you have any Spanish piquillo seeds available?
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