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Old November 8, 2019   #16
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Nan, I've got seeds for those. Thanks for the offer. I didn't realize they were C. baccatum. I've been wanting to try them out. That's great to hear about them being usable green. Are they fruity-tasting?

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Old November 8, 2019   #17
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Just a little fruity.
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yeah, Igrow that Japanese. Also Pepperoccini, Padron
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Hungarian have thin walled spice peppers, which are expected to dry on the vine. In English they are called "paprika pepper". One of my favorite is sweet pepper Kalorez. My growing season is shorter than in Hungary, so I dry them at home.
I have grown Alma Paprika. They are nice meaty
thick walked. I will grow them this season again.
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Just planted a variety I have never tried but it sounds like one you asked about. It is Nick's Thin Skin it is a sweet pepper from Sand Hill and the description says it is from Italy.
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