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Old April 14, 2018   #16
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I have had some that were hotter than a fire cracker I have grown here in Texas.

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Old April 14, 2018   #17
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I used to have a site that sold peppers seeds from Hatch. I can't find it now. Does anyone else have any clue what I am talking about? This is quite vexing.
Here is the place I had ordered seeds from last year:

New Mexico Chile & Ristra

http://www.newmexicochileandristra.c...ory-s/1903.htm

Their prices are reasonable and shipping for seeds is $2.99.
You can calculate shipping by placing seeds in your cart, and on the cart page you can input your zip code and they list shipping options/costs (without going any further.)

Their seeds had 100% germination for me.
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Old April 14, 2018   #18
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Ya'll need to bone up on Hatch chile varieties. Anaheim is one of many varieties, and it is the least appealing. It is mild and unspectacular to me. If you want some flavor and heat you should try Lumbre, Miss Junie, NM64, or Sandia. Even Big Jim is light years better than Anaheim. Lumbre competes with habanero for heat. I blend them for good flavor profile and heat.
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Ya'll need to bone up on Hatch chile varieties. Anaheim is one of many varieties, and it is the least appealing. It is mild and unspectacular to me. If you want some flavor and heat you should try Lumbre, Miss Junie, NM64, or Sandia. Even Big Jim is light years better than Anaheim. Lumbre competes with habanero for heat. I blend them for good flavor profile and heat.
Anaheim is the run of the mill pepper restaurants cheap out with when they make things.
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Ya'll need to bone up on Hatch chile varieties. Anaheim is one of many varieties, and it is the least appealing. It is mild and unspectacular to me. If you want some flavor and heat you should try Lumbre, Miss Junie, NM64, or Sandia. Even Big Jim is light years better than Anaheim. Lumbre competes with habanero for heat. I blend them for good flavor profile and heat.
I'm growing Big Jim, Lumbre, Joe E Parker and Sandia ( from the ones you mentioned)
this year. Little too early to plant out yet, here 38 tonight, 28 tomorrow night.
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