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Old February 7, 2006   #1
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Default a few of my favorite Hot Pepper pics

Vietnamese Multicolor (obtained from Jeff Nekola)



My vote for most amazing foliage - Variegata



One of my own - selected from Pretty in Purple (I call it Prettier in Purple)



One more - another of my own, selected from a fruit from an Arboretum plant that was obviously a hybrid - called Bouquet

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Craig,

You have another purple one that is even more awsome.

I think it's called Indigo.

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You mean this?



Very similar to another one that I stabilized from a hybrid - Gemstone -



They are perfect for a small pot - stay very compact.
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YES!

Very impressive peppers.

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Click: some indoor peppers to view ...

1. Habanero overwintering in office. Check out the 3 tiny orange peppers about the size of a garden pea. The ones that set indoors this winter have turned orange almost as soon as they flesh out. The plant flowers continuously, but even when I pollinate with an artist brush, very few set.

2. A little Fish in a big pot. This thing has stayed in hybernation since I brought it inside in late November. Maybe it grew 3 new leaves???

3. Two Peter Peppers ready to go out and play. On the other hand, these two plants have flourished indoors. They were about 2 inches tall when I brought them inside in November. That's a 12-inch engineering scale propped up between the plants.

Not nearly as impressive as Craig's, but chompin' at the bit to get out in the garden.
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