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Old January 1, 2021   #1
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I got so many new kinds - it is much to do and so I tackle it.
A cropping plan I will not upload, I will show you pictures from time to time.
From one kind I am seeding only one grain...

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So busy at this time of the year, wow! I'll also start a bit earlier than usual, at least with the chilis. Normally in January, I would be somewhere in South-East Asia, but this year nothing is normal... Some day, we will get our normal life back - I hope!
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I will start with the late Spanish kinds earlier....
2020 the start on 15th February was too late.
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Do you mind posting the varieties you're growing? I don't recognize a lot of those, but can only see part of the name lol


Also, have you grown the Pimiento de Arnoia before? I just looked it up online, and it looks and sounds pretty interesting.


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"Every year this pepper is celebrated in the Arnoia pepper festival. It is one of Galacia’s most famous food events."
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I don't list this season the names of my tomatoes, because I have so many old seeds in cultivation and - I don't know if they will germinate.
Pimiento de Arnoia I have in my garden the 3rd year. It is one of my best tasting peppers!!!
2020 the snails did eat ALL my peppers grrrr... it was terrible!
I gave one plant to my friend and she made seeds for me.
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I don't list this season the names of my tomatoes, because I have so many old seeds in cultivation and - I don't know if they will germinate.
Pimiento de Arnoia I have in my garden the 3rd year. It is one of my best tasting peppers!!!
2020 the snails did eat ALL my peppers grrrr... it was terrible!
I gave one plant to my friend and she made seeds for me.

Ah, I understand.


Sounds great, I will have to grow it soon!
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I don't list this season the names of my tomatoes, because I have so many old seeds in cultivation and - I don't know if they will germinate.
Pimiento de Arnoia I have in my garden the 3rd year. It is one of my best tasting peppers!!!
2020 the snails did eat ALL my peppers grrrr... it was terrible!
I gave one plant to my friend and she made seeds for me.

Ah, I understand.

The peppers sound great, I'll have to grow them soon!
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Inspiring! Your photos and samples are always beautiful.You have a many interesting varieties. I have only grown Depps Pink Firefly. Looking forward to watching your progress in 2021.

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Your baby plants are all growing beautifully! I have not even finalized my list of varieties yet, I am so far behind you!
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Great job, as always!
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Clara, I hope that the plants don't get too long because I want to send you 2 or 3 from them....
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