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Old April 24, 2019   #1
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Default Pepper plants for sale?

Can anyone suggest a good retailer for pepper plants?The local nursery availability is woeful.They are getting a little better in offering a better selection,but it is still very limited.


Is it against the tou to offer to buy excess plants @ T-ville?Otherwise a recommendation for a reliable online retailer would be much appreciated.


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Old April 25, 2019   #2
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Old April 25, 2019   #3
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Wowzer.Those folks have a lot of pepper choices!


I'm a'lookin at that site till my eyes won't hardly focus anymore.


Thank you for that link Shrinkwrap.
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I know; right?

I have ordered from them more than once, when I didn't get my s*** (stuff) together in time. Often during sales, always satisfied.
I grew their piquillos, and have had overwintered plant or seed, ever since.

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I wonder if peppers can be easily cloned?I could run a few cuts in my cloner,but I wonder if the cloned plant would have time to produce mature fruit?Course,we are talking about buying a plant,and then raising it to the point it could yield clones,and then if those clones would have time to produce fruit?
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