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Old January 3, 2019   #1
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Default Time to start peppers, what are you growing this year?

I just started the list and many of these came from fellow TVillians. I'll add more I know but here's what I have so far.

aji arnucho
Aji Dulce
aji limo rojo
aji Pineapple
Alma Paprika
Big Jim Lumbre
Billy Biker jalapeno
Dolce Di Mineryino
fushimi
Gernika
giant marconi f-2
Habanada
Hatch Chili
hot cherry bomb
Jimmy Nordelo
Leutschauer paprika
manganji
peach habanero
Piment D Espelette
Roseto
santaka
scotch bonnet freeport orange
sugar rush cream
sugar rush peach
sweet pickle
Yellow Pequin
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Old January 3, 2019   #2
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I just started the list and many of these came from fellow TVillians. I'll add more I know but here's what I have so far.

aji arnucho
Aji Dulce
aji limo rojo
aji Pineapple
Alma Paprika
Big Jim Lumbre
Billy Biker jalapeno
Dolce Di Mineryino
fushimi
Gernika
giant marconi f-2
Hatch Chili
hot cherry bomb
Jimmy Nordelo
Leutschauer paprika
manganji
peach habanero
Piment D Espelette
Roseto
santaka
scotch bonnet freeport orange
sugar rush cream
sugar rush peach
sweet pickle
Yellow Pequin
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Old January 3, 2019   #3
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Thanks!!!!!
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Old January 3, 2019   #4
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I'm a spice weenie and have trouble with the Jalapeno's we grow. Wife loves them though. I picked up a pack of Habanada, a heat-less Habanero that I'm looking forward to testing out this year.

Otherwise, for me it's usually
Carolina Wonder bell
Some kind of Jalapeno
Some kind of Banana
Some kind of Rainbow/mix bell

Eventually I'll branch out and start some different varieties :p
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Old January 3, 2019   #5
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Sweets:
Alma Paprika
Feher Ozon paprika (comparing the two paprikas)
Gypsy
Jupiter
Keystone Resistant III

Warms:
Ancho Grande
Jalapeno M
Mucho Nacho jalapeno (comparing the two)
Big Jim

Not doing any Maule's Red Hot cayenne or Korean Dark Green this year as I picked and put up an overabundance this past summer
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Old January 3, 2019   #6
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I'm a spice weenie and have trouble with the Jalapeno's we grow. Wife loves them though. I picked up a pack of Habanada, a heat-less Habanero that I'm looking forward to testing out this year.

Otherwise, for me it's usually
Carolina Wonder bell
Some kind of Jalapeno
Some kind of Banana
Some kind of Rainbow/mix bell

Eventually I'll branch out and start some different varieties :p
I forgot about Habanada, I'm growing those too.
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Too early for me to start, but I plan to grow these:

Petit Marseillas
Sugar Rush Peach
Karaman
Aleppo
Haskorea
Honeypeno jalapeno
Chichimeca F1 jalapeno
Mucho Nacho F1 jalapeno
Hot Rod F1 serrano
Huasteco serrano
Ecuadorian Red rocoto
Locato rocoto
Bahamian Goat
Jamaican Yellow Mushroom
Jamaican Hot Chocolate
Fatalii

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Old January 3, 2019   #8
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hot cherry bomb
Is there a not hot Cherry Bomb?
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Old January 3, 2019   #9
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For peppers I’ll be growing:
Biquinho (yellow)
Mad Hatter
Lemon Drop
Kashmiri Mirch
Peach Fantasy
Nocturne
Craig’s Grande Jalapeno

It’s hard to wrest space away from tomatoes.
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Old January 3, 2019   #10
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I just started the list and many of these came from fellow TVillians. I'll add more I know but here's what I have so far.
Good list so far. Six weeks before I start any peppers. Are you throwing your hat in the ring and growing extra plants for sale again this year or was last year's experience enough? I'd like to scale it up and give that a try sometime, definitely not this year though.
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Old January 3, 2019   #11
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I'm not sure yet. I may grow extras to sell on Facebook, farmers markets and maybe mail order. I've had a few people from up north asking if I would mail plants but I'm not sure about the packing/shipping containers.
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Carry on

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Old January 5, 2019   #13
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I'll be starting my pepper seeds next weekend!
My list for 2019 - so far...

Jalapeno, Cayenne, Rooster Spur, Biggie Chile,
Anaheim, Criolla de Cocina, Onza Rojo, Fish,
Peter Pepper, Hot Banana, Charleston Hot.
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Old January 5, 2019   #14
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It’s too early for me to start planting, but my list for this year is set
Aleppo
Big Jim’s legacy
Poblano
Pepperoncini
Slonovo Ulo
Corno di Toro
Dolce de Minervino
I’ll be starting these mid to late February this year, last year I started waaay too early and had monsters before the weather cooperated and let me plant out. Of course that means I’ll have an early spring that dumps directly to 90 degree summer in April
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Old January 5, 2019   #15
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Sweets

Ajvarski
Doe Hill
Yellow Cheese
Red Cheese
Mighty Mini
Crunch Sweet Orange
Enjoya F4
Dolce D'Espagne
Chinese Giant
Big Bertha F1
Yellow Monster
Oranjevoye Chudo
Giant Aconcagua
Giant Marconi
Zolotoy Dozhd
Shish!to
Fushimi
Manganji
Round of Hungary
Golden Treasure
Gypsy F1
Corbaci
Jimmy Nardello

Superhots
Scotch Brain
Red Ghost Scorpion
Congo Trinidad
Red Bleeding Borg 9
White Naga
Pink Tiger
Big Mama Mustard
Fatalli

Aji
Largo
Limo Rojo
Escabeche
Dulce
Arnucho
Oro
Amarillo

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