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Old 04-21-2017, 03:32 PM   #31
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I will have some extra lemon drop seedlings and extra NuMex Lumbre (hot Anaheims) if anyone near Grants Farm would like a couple.
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Lemon Drops are late producers but produce LOTS around the middle of August up until it gets cold. These are from plants i grew last year so they should be true since i didn't grow any other baccatums. They are not super hot but usually much hotter than a jalapeno or serrano.

This one was in a fairly small pot and produced tons of peppers
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Old 04-21-2017, 03:38 PM   #32
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Just bells, Anaheim and jalapenos this year. Might get a ghost pepper plant just as a novelty, the amish store had some individual plants


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Just bells, Anaheim and jalapenos this year. Might get a ghost pepper plant just as a novelty, the amish store had some individual plants
Just a heads up if you want to try a "super hot" Lowes had Bonnie red Bhut Jolokia aka Ghost pepper plants this year. Its new for Bonnie and they seem to be pushing the retailers to sell them.

https://bonnieplants.com/product/red-bhut-jolokia-ghost-pepper/

Be aware that Ghost peppers have a VERY long growing season. Dont expect any ripe peppers until well into August or later.
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Just a heads up if you want to try a "super hot" Lowes had Bonnie red Bhut Jolokia aka Ghost pepper plants this year. Its new for Bonnie and they seem to be pushing the retailers to sell them.

https://bonnieplants.com/product/red-bhut-jolokia-ghost-pepper/

Be aware that Ghost peppers have a VERY long growing season. Dont expect any ripe peppers until well into August or later.
I think these were Bonnie plants.
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The orange habs Bonnie sells now are also BRUTALLY hot for orange habs. They went to a hybrid called Spartacus a year or two ago. Wickedly hot and produce fairly quickly for a habanero type. Its a cross between a orange hab and a naga.
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Old 04-24-2017, 10:15 PM   #36
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Let her drip!!! Thats 12 i wont have to hand water.
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Burn baby burn!!!!

7 Pot Yellow...This bad boy is loaded with pods now
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Aji Cito
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Beni Highlands (mildish habanero variety)
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Lemon Drop
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Early Jalapeno
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Bonnie Mucho Nacho Jalapeno...this one has been really producing pods.
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Jalapeno Chichimeca
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NuMex 64
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Korean Gochu
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Bonnie Cajum Belle...another heavy producer
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Scotch Bonnet MOA Yellow
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Just tons of jalapenos
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If you like jalapeno the best i highly recommend the Early and Mucho Nacho. Both have mid to upper heat for a jalapeno. Some of the mid to upper heat level Anaheims are great too. NuMex64 is mild and Lumbre is pretty hot. Big Jims are mild to mid and HUGE with great flavor.

Im also growing poblano, Lumbre, milder orange Thai peppers, super chili and Tabasco peppers.
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