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Old May 21, 2016   #31
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@heirloomtomaguy, I can share some seeds with you. Just send me a PM with your address.

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Thank you so much for the offer. Hunt-grow-cook has already sent me a few. Have you succesfully germinated any yet?
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Old May 21, 2016   #32
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No, I have not, yet... I bought a pepper a couple weeks ago while in NM camping, if you can believe that luck! The taste was great, like a nicely flavored red or orange bell.
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Old May 21, 2016   #33
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My seeds have been planted since 5/16, none poking through yet.
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Old May 21, 2016   #34
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Wow, those peppers are like a work of art. Very Picasso like strokes of ot always solid color stripes and the contrast is breath taking!

Haven't seen any of them here, even in the more upscale supermarket, but will be looking for them. I want to grow some of those!
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May I get some Enjoya pepper seeds seeds as well?
Can send any tomato seeds from my collection to you
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May I get some Enjoya pepper seeds seeds as well?
If you pm me your address I'll pop some in the post tomorrow, I've a few things ready to post tomorrow, so would be easy to add another.
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Old May 22, 2016   #37
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I found some Enjoya peppers about 10 days ago in a UK 'supermarket Asda'. I don't know if they are selling nationwide or just in selected stores. They are gorgeous and taste is pretty good too.
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Jayc, you beat me to it
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Old May 22, 2016   #39
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I too found some at my local Sprouts Market for 1.99/lb
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what a Beauty I have never seen peppers like this
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Old May 22, 2016   #41
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Thank you, JayC! PM is sent)
7-10seeds would be enough.
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I too found some at my local Sprouts Market for 1.99/lb
Awesome man, glad you found them. Do they feel dense/heavy? I was suprised when I picked one up, but with those thick walls I could see why. Any luck convincing the youngsters?
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That is a beautiful pepper. It makes me want to grow them as well.

Funny, I'm looking at this right after fertilizing two 35' rows of peppers
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Awesome man, glad you found them. Do they feel dense/heavy? I was suprised when I picked one up, but with those thick walls I could see why. Any luck convincing the youngsters?
They are dense and heavy. They seem more solid than a red or orange bell bit taste about the same. My little girl is eating them but my son wont touch them.
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That is a beautiful pepper. It makes me want to grow them as well.

Funny, I'm looking at this right after fertilizing two 35' rows of peppers
Need some seed Robert?
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