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Old February 11, 2018   #16
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lots of variety, very nice. Hope the bugs stay away and you find some new jewels.
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Old February 23, 2018   #17
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Home today and 1 of the Carolina Reaper had sprouted, also 11 that I germinated last weekend were up and going: 1 Tabasco, 3 Sh ishi tos, 5 Ozark Giants, 1 King of the North, and 1 Pimento - not bad for under 6 days.
My Biker Billy Jalapenos all have several buds on them - 6 weeks old, so the timing is perfect. I'll pinch, top and lightly prune them tomorrow ... no energy left today.
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Old February 23, 2018   #18
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Starting this weekend:

Alma Paprika
Ancho
Boldog Hungarian
Bolivian Rainbow
Corbaci(Sari Sivri)
Cubanelle
Gicler
Habenero
Hidalgo Serrano
Jimmy Nardello
King of North
Manzano Red
Manzano Yellow
Naga Morich
Odessa Market
Peach Habanero
Szentesi Paprika
Szegedi Giant
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Old February 25, 2018   #19
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I'm curious about your "starting in coffee filters". Not familiar to me.
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Old February 25, 2018   #20
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Ok...for the final time, here is my FINAL grow list:
Cayenne
Golden Cayenne
Fireball
Carolina Reaper
Fatalii
Maule's Red Hot
Mustard Habanero
Red Habanero
Rooster Spur
Sunset Hybrid Banana
Big Chile
Fatalii White
Naga Peach (white)
Fatalii x Scotch Bonnet cross
Purple Jalapeno
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Old February 26, 2018   #21
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I'm curious about your "starting in coffee filters". Not familiar to me.
Same as starting in a napkin or paper towel. Place seeds in a moist coffee filter, fold and place in a baggy without fully sealing in a warm place. I just like using filters better because they are less porous and less likely to break off the radicle when removing germinated seed.
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Old February 26, 2018   #22
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Nice grow list. You've got some really good ones there. Best of luck this season. Pots or in ground?
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Old February 26, 2018   #23
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Datil
Feher Ostrokon paprika
Alma paprika
Bhut jolokia
Bhutlah
Oaxacan Jalapeno
Melrose
Aleppo
Piment de Bresse
Piment de Esplette
Corbaci
Caribbean red hab
Corne de chevre
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Old February 26, 2018   #24
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Nice grow list. You've got some really good ones there. Best of luck this season. Pots or in ground?
Thank you. Mine will all be in the ground except for 3 of the biker billy jalapenos which I am planning to grow in a single 18" pot indoors just to see if year-round peppers are a possibility.
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Old May 19, 2018   #25
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Here'what I'm going with this year 2 Cubanelle, 1 North Star bell pepper, there already in my grow bag garden and in 2 weeks my 2 Shis!to peppers will be ready for my grow bags too. The North Star bell peppers were developed just for the northern climates I started growing this variety 3 yrs ago and its far superior to any other bell pepper I've tried in terms of fruit size or production.
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Old June 14, 2018   #26
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Red Bell
Orange Bell
Green Bell
Caribbean Red
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Hot Thai

Love the first 3 stuffed and in stir fry.The last two just spice anything up......especially those Hot Thai's
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Old June 15, 2018   #27
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The garden is much reduced this year due to foot surgery, but planted as many peppers as I had room for:
Bacskia

Elephant Ear
Greygo
PI 315008
Pizza
Pizza sport (a breeding project)
Purple Jalapeno
Red Chile
Thai Giant
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