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Old November 30, 2017   #1
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Harris seeds is offering a striped F1 pepper this year, anyone else see it?

https://www.harrisseeds.com/collecti...t=276850442257
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Looks like a fish pepper to me but I haven't grown them yet so maybe I'm wrong. They are pretty.
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It looks cool but still ripens to a solid color. I have a couple of super hots that do the same thing. I really wish i could get a hold on the elusive Enjoya pepper stock.
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I'd just like to know how they "made" the Enjoya pepper because it was so lovely. This one seems to get a bit muddy, or maybe just the picture. I'd like to grow some of the Enjoya or similar, with the high contrast colors hen ripened.
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I went through this topic quick so I didn't find out what happened, did they all grow solid yellow?
http://tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=41113


http://the-biologist-is-in.blogspot....ya-pepper.html
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Yes, there have been no reports of the flame coloration in plants from Enjoya seeds.
The commercial growers propagate them 'vegitatively' - essentially clones of the original mutant.
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Harris seeds is offering a striped F1 pepper this year, anyone else see it?

https://www.harrisseeds.com/collecti...t=276850442257
I received a catalog from Seed-n-Such today and they have those listed too. I like the descriptions in the catalog too. The pics make me hungry!!!!
https://www.seedsnsuch.com/product/c...ne-red-hybrid/
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