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Old February 13, 2018   #46
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I have limited space and use most of it for tomatoes but I have always had at least 2 Shi★★★★o plants as I love them fried in some olive oil and sea salt .. this year I decided to try some different varieties to go along with the 2 Shi★★★★o plants (darn seed catalogs are sooo tempting!!!)

Fatalii (1 plant)
Sugar Rush Peach (1 plant)
Dragon Roll Hybrid (1 plant)
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Old February 13, 2018   #47
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Have been following some pepper threads here this winter...I've never grown this many pepper varieties before!

HOT:
Anaheim
Ancho Grande
Jalapeno Gigantia
Jaloro
Leutschauer
Poblano
Sugar Rush Peach
Sweet Heat
Purple Jalapeno

SWEET:
Ajvarski
Belcanto F1
Chervena Chushka
Cornito Giallo
Crunch Sweet Orange
Early Sensation
Elephant's Ear
Escamillo
Palanacko Cudo
Pimento L
Yellow Sparkler
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Old February 13, 2018   #48
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Have been following some pepper threads here this winter...I've never grown this many pepper varieties before!

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Elephant's Ear
Palanacko Cudo
Isn't Slonovo Uvo (Elephant's Ear) the same thing as Palanacko Cudo or a close hybrid (or something like that)??
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Old February 13, 2018   #49
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Crunch Sweet Orange
Yellow Sparkler
I will be interested to hear how those two compare.
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Isn't Slonovo Uvo (Elephant's Ear) the same thing as Palanacko Cudo or a close hybrid (or something like that)??
They didn't seem the same when I grew them together for a couple of seasons, but were very similar in fruit size and shape. Palanacko was sweeter and my favorite of the two even though it was less productive.

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I will be interested to hear how those two compare.
I'll try to post pictures and results this season.
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Old February 13, 2018   #52
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I'm not doing any grow bag plants this year, so peppers are being downsized--

Melrose
Big Jim Numex
Jimmy Nardello
Feher Ozon
Shishi to
Aleppo
Calabrese
Elephant Ears

The Jimmy Nardello and Elephant Ear seeds are from 2014 and hoping they germinate. If not, I'll need pick a couple of substitutes.
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Old February 13, 2018   #53
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They look quite similar, but these Palanacka Cudo and Slonovo Uvo are different Serbian varieties.
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Old February 14, 2018   #54
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Isn't Slonovo Uvo (Elephant's Ear) the same thing as Palanacko Cudo or a close hybrid (or something like that)??
I am almost certain that I introduced both varieties. I brought them back from Serbia. Though they are very similar in many respects, they are distinct commercial varieties that do grow true to form from saved seed.

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Old February 14, 2018   #55
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This is what I have for this year
Poblano
Big Jim’s Legacy
Slonovo Uvo (my favorite pepper from last year!)
Hungarian Cheese Mix
Corno di Toro

Not very fancy, spicy or special but these were my favorites from last year and grew well for me.
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Old February 14, 2018   #56
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I'm going with 14 varieties this season:

Cayenne
Golden Cayenne
Fish Pepper
Fireball
Carolina Reaper
Fatalii
Sunset Hot Banana
Maule's Red Hot
Mustard Habanero
Jalapeno
Purple Jalapeno
Habanero
Rooster Spur
Big Chile Hybrid
I got good germination this year, >80%.
Some will be ready for transplant this weekend.
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Old February 14, 2018   #57
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Hot (all for the first time):
Pimiento Diomar
Aji Lemon Drop
7 Pot Jonah Yellow
Don Padron
Jalapeňo farmers
Ancho Poblano¨
Jalapeňo Maylon
Antep Aci Dolma
Cheiro Rexa
Fatalii White
Jalapeňo Chichimeca
Ring of Fire
Chocolate cherry
Czech Black
Aji Cristal
Guindila Vasca.

Sweet:
Pimiento Najerano Rojo
Marinin Yazachok
Corno di Toro orange
Doux Tres Long des Landes
Czech early
I have all the varieties sown.
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Old February 14, 2018   #58
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Great number of pepper plants, Vladimir.

One remark about spelling - Marinkin Yazychok (Marinka's Tongue). This sweet pepper is from Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine) and the pepper shape is similar to a tongue.
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The same for me, Alex. I've been spreading out to USA/Canada/Australia/Germany seeds of Palanacko Cudo, Palanacka Babura, Kurtovska Kapija, Macvanka, Duga Bela, Zupska Rana and some other Serbian/Yugoslavian varieties since 2004

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The same for me, Alex. I've been spreading out to USA/Canada/Australia/Germany seeds of Palanacko Cudo, Palanacka Babura, Kurtovska Kapija, Macvanka, Duga Bela, Zupska Rana and some other Serbian/Yugoslavian varieties since 2004
That is fantastic Andrey. The more people we can share some of these great varieties with the better. I also love Somborka, a medium sized, mildly spicey yellow pepper great for stuffing with cheese.

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