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Old April 5, 2017   #46
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I was at HD yesterday, and bough a Red Bhut Jalokia. I have read rave reviews on
its flavor. So we will find out. My next HOTTEST pepper is now Scotch Bonnet. Bhut Jalokia takes the first place.
Bhut Jolokia is my favorite, too. I love the peach and the red. But they're hot!!!

Best of luck with them and send us a pic of the pods to make sure HD didn't let you down.
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Old April 5, 2017   #47
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A wheel of cheese makes sense. Thanks.
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Old April 12, 2017   #48
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This will be my first time with Tolli's. I really dislike raw peppers and all I grow are for cooking, drying, fermenting/pickling, or roasting. I'm hoping Tolli's does well so that I have a sweet variety for frying.
This will be my first time trying this variety as well. My Jimmy Nardello's did
not germinate, which is a delicious sweet pepper. Maybe I will like these just
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I have never heard of that one. I can't find anything about it. What is it like?
Sorry, I didn't see your post. I received these seeds from someone on the
hot pepper forum. He said these were not hot. If you look it up there you
should see the peach colored peppers from the person that sent me the
seeds. First time I will be growing these.
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Old April 12, 2017   #50
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Last season had great success with peppers, much more so than tomatoes. This year I am growing

Padron 5
Aji limon 3
Serrano 2
Fresno 2
Mucho nacho jalapeno 3
Jalafuego jalapeno 3
Golden treasure 3
Jimmy nardello 3
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Old April 12, 2017   #51
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Sorry, I didn't see your post. I received these seeds from someone on the
hot pepper forum. He said these were not hot. If you look it up there you
should see the peach colored peppers from the person that sent me the
seeds. First time I will be growing these.
Interesting.
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Old April 13, 2017   #52
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Is anyone growing Neapolitan or Gypsy F1?
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Old April 13, 2017   #53
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Gypsy peppers were my mom's favorite, I try and grow a few every year. I usually just buy plants from the local greenhouse. They are great grilled with cheese melted on them.
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Gypsy peppers were my mom's favorite, I try and grow a few every year. I usually just buy plants from the local greenhouse. They are great grilled with cheese melted on them.
That sounds pretty good. Were they exceptionally productive?
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That sounds pretty good. Were they exceptionally productive?
The plants don't get real big, but if you keep peppers picked they produce pretty well.
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Old April 17, 2017   #56
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Boldog Paprika
Doe Hill
Frank's
Holy Mole
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Old April 17, 2017   #57
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Most of my peppers come from Tanya and Franchie seeds. Zolotistiy and Sibirskiy knyaz are favs. Love bells and nonbells from Franchie.
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