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Old February 7, 2018   #1
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Some interesting peppers here. Only about half have sellers in the US.

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Old February 9, 2018   #2
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I'd be more interested if they were not hybrid F1. If you like one, then it is a lot of work to carry on the generations to get something resembling the F1 that you liked.

Ringo looks like a Big Jim cross of some sort.
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Ringo looks like Escamillo from Johnny's and Gourmet? I grew that one a few years ago and I would agree it probably is a better pot plant than a garden plant. it was so small in the garden I was shocked.
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