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Old January 26, 2018   #1
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So it is time, plant the very hots first Saturday and next week the hots. Any new (special) peppers I should consider? I have the standards and will add a couple if they look really good.
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Old January 26, 2018   #2
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Hmm, I thought Bozeman, MT was zone 4B ... if so you may want to wait another 4-6 weeks to start seedlings unless you have room for some big plants until your frost-free date. Or maybe you plan to grow in a greenhouse?

Not sure what peppers you consider "standards", but my "standards" that I have come to really love are:
Cubanelle, Banana and Bell (sweet)
Poblano, Paprika and Anaheim (mild)
Jalapeno, Fresno and Serrano (spicy)
Cayenne (hot)
Habenero (hotter)

Superhots are not part of my standard (yet) and I am constantly trying new varieties each year.
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