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Old September 25, 2018   #1
MuddyBuckets
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Default Help to identify pepper

I need help in identifying this pepper grown in a 3 gallon bucket this season. Plant is ~2' tall and has been semi-prolific producing 1-1/2" peppers turning from green to yellow and orange. Less heat than a jalapeno. See photo and let me know what it is.
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Old September 25, 2018   #2
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Just a random guess, and I have not grown this variety, but from looking at pictures, your pepper would pass for Numex Lemon Spice.
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Old September 25, 2018   #3
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Lemon Spice doesn't turn orange when its ripe. I think this could be Santa Fe Grande, but they get a bit bigger and they usually have more of a blocky shape. It is a very nice looking pepper.
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Old September 26, 2018   #4
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Maybe a young Aji Lemon.Mine here get knarly lookin.
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