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Old February 27, 2006   #16
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This year I am doing:

Variegated Fish
Annaheim
Gypsy Hybrid
Jalepeno
Jupiter
Mowhawk Hybrid
Albino Bullnose
Yolo Wonder
Klari Cheese
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Old March 19, 2006   #17
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Montanamato -
Melrose peppers were our very favorites last year. When allowed to ripen to a bright shiny red they are the absolute sweetest pepper I've ever tried. They are also incredibly prolific! Hope you like them as well as we do!
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Old March 20, 2006   #18
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This year:

La Cayenne
Chili de Arbol
Choc. Hab.
Ecuador Hot
Thai Gold

and then the left over seeds from last
year from TT that had a good hot mix ~
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Old March 20, 2006   #19
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Thanks for the encouraging words about Melrose. I only have 2 seedlings ,so will coddle them! It will be fun to compare them to Tolli's Sweet and Lemme's Italian.

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Old March 20, 2006   #20
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Here is what I’m trying this year. Fat & Sassy and Ancho 101 are repeats but everything else is new for me.

Marconni Rosso
Pimiento L
Pimiento Elite Hyb
Fat & Sassy
Ancho 101
Fish
Anaheim Chile
Golden Treasure Sweet
Wenk's Yellow Hots
Lipstick
Fresno
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Old March 20, 2006   #21
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I started all my peppers and toms on St. Patrick's Day, yippee! I started:
Fish
Bulgarian Carrot - repeat
Pasilla Bajio - repeat
Red Knight - repeat
Pepper Hybrid Sweet Rainbow Mix - repeat
Alesya - from Andrey, Thanks again!
Trinidad Perfume
Hungarian Hot Wax - repeat

I did ok at limiting myself with peppers, but started WAY too many tomatoes, just couldn't help myself!
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Old March 20, 2006   #22
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Sweets I'm growing that are new for me this year are in red, the rest are repeats:

Bell Pepper Beauty Bell Hybrid
Bell Pepper California Wonder
Bell Pepper Orion Hybrid
Bell Pepper Gator Belle Hybrid
Bell Pepper Brigadier Hybrid
Bell Pepper Lafayette Hybrid (yellow)
Bell Pepper Whopper Hybrid Improved
Bell Pepper Commandant Hybrid
Bell Pepper Camelot Hybrid
Bell Pepper Carolina Wonder
Bell Pepper Keystone Resistant Giant
Bell Pepper Staddon's Select
Bell Pepper Boynton Bell Hybrid
Bell Pepper Karma Hybrid

I just grow jalapenos, and am trying several new-for-me hybrids this year (they're in red). Jalapenos are so prolific that I usually can't get to all of them in time.

Jalapeno Biker Billy Hybrid
Jalapeno Grande Hybrid
Jalapeno Goliath Hybrid
Jalapeno Mucho Nacho Hybrid
Jalapeno Ixtapa X3R
Jalapeno Early
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Old March 31, 2006   #23
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I overwintered 4 and ended up with about 25 from germination experiments. The rest I'll start in about two weeks. Those in green are sweet varieties

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Old April 2, 2006   #24
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Returning from last year -

Hungarian Black
Jimmy Nardello
Quadrato Asti Giallo
Purple Jalapeno
Giant Jalapeno


New or need fresh feed

Alba Regia
Ancho
Boldog Kolasca
Joe's Long
Golden Greek Pepperoncini
Italian Pepperoncini
Fish
Sipka Belaja
Grand Bell Pepper Mix
Peter Pepper
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