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Old January 6, 2019   #16
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Dang, Why did you bring this thread up? Now I need to find seeds and the pepper list keeps growing.
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Old January 6, 2019   #17
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The plant marker is a cut section of a plastic mini-blind, each slat makes 3 or 4 markers depending on the length. Cheap and easy, label with a paint pen to avoid fading in the garden.
I make those too! One mini blind makes a ton of them. Can't beat cheap!
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Old January 23, 2019   #18
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The only one who had seeds is Scott. I missed out on this too.
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Old January 25, 2019   #19
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Folks, PM me your mailing address and I will send you some seeds. I am in Asia right now but will be back in the States in a few days. Best, Scott
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Old January 26, 2019   #20
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Hello Scott,


I would love to take you up on your generous offer. Can I send anything in return?


Thank you,
Barbara


PM sent.

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Old January 26, 2019   #21
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Hi Scott, your pm box is full.
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Old February 1, 2019   #22
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Try now.
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Old February 21, 2020   #23
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Hi all - Kambuzi seed offer

I have a limited supply of Kambuzi pepper seeds from last season's crop. Interested in swapping for anything interesting, pepper, tomato, okra, herbs or other strange and edible things or just an SASE.

SASE and a few interesting seeds will get you some return Kambuzi seeds. Have enough seeds for ~15 fellow TVs.
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Old February 21, 2020   #24
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How did the pepper grow in your climate?

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Hi all - Kambuzi seed offer

I have a limited supply of Kambuzi pepper seeds from last season's crop. Interested in swapping for anything interesting, pepper, tomato, okra, herbs or other strange and edible things or just an SASE.

SASE and a few interesting seeds will get you some return Kambuzi seeds. Have enough seeds for ~15 fellow TVs.
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Old February 21, 2020   #25
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Peppers grew well in 3 gallon containers. Mature plant was ~18" tall and well fruited. Needs full sun and takes a while to ripen the peppers to a full orange color. I grew 3 plants and all did very well.
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Old February 22, 2020   #26
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Great! Thanks for posting that.
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Old February 22, 2020   #27
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Good to know they grow well in7b
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