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Old May 12, 2017   #31
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I still have NuMex Jalmundo seed if anyone wants them and it is not too late for you to start them. They are huge and great for poppers. Just pm me with your address if interested. My original seed were brought back from New Mexico when my brother was out there a few years back for a business trip.
Would like seed to some heart tomatoes but not required. I can do at least 10 offers of 6-8 seed.
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Received today, Deborah. Got them planted and hope to see what they end up producing by the end of the Summer. Thank you!
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Old May 26, 2017   #32
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This year I'm trying Jalapeno Gigantia Hybrid.
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Old May 29, 2017   #33
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Received today, Deborah. Got them planted and hope to see what they end up producing by the end of the Summer. Thank you!
Numex Jalmundo

I have grown these before. They are big peppers, fat and wide, instead of long. Very
good for stuffing.
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