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Old September 14, 2018   #7
bjbebs
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I've grown Pepperoncini Orange the last couple years. This is not your typical green pepperoncini. It's quite warm, sometimes bordering on hot. It's a very productive 30 inch plant. Thin walled and does not hold long on the plant after turning.
I will send in plenty of seed to Gary's swap if anyone wants to try it.
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