Any Hot Pepper (chilli) growers about?

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Hairy Little Dwarf
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Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:24 pm

Those are some very nice condition plants :y:
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Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:37 pm

Hairy Little Dwarf wrote:Those are some very nice condition plants :y:
cheers HLD :y: :)

the holes that can be seen in the pics aren't bugs either. We have 2 massive pine's in the yard and they've been raining needles for weeks, the needles are piercing straight through the leaves
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Tue Nov 13, 2018 1:48 pm

DARKE ANGLER wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:03 pm
I'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 :devil:
Cajamarca/Bhut Jolokia hybrid - Extremely Hot :devil:
Yellow Rocotto - Extremely Hot :devil:
Takanotsume (Hawk Claw) - Medium Hot :sweat:
Spanish Piquillo - Very Low heat, but probably the sweetest pepper I've ever tasted :inlove:

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 :swear: 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.
Hi there
Do you have any Spanish piquillo seeds available?

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