first time doing it the right way
I just wanted to say hi to everyone. I've been lurking for quite a while and learning a lot. I've dabbled growing peppers here and there but haven't been very successful up to this point, mainly because I didn't know what I was doing and I always seemed to pick the worst time of year to do it ;-)
I've learned a lot from this forum and others over the last couple months and I know what I've done wrong in the past. This time around, I'm taking it much more seriously, and planning ahead of time. Stoked to get seeds started in the next couple months! Already have about 28cu ft of 5-1-1 mix ready to go too.
I ordered some tomato (not listed) and pepper seeds from Tomato Growers Supply Company that arrived the other day:
- Jalapeno M
- Ancho San Luis
- Cajun Bell (seemed interesting...)
Pretty tame compare to what most you folks are growing! I really wanted to try some Bhut and Jamaican Hot Chocoloate but there were sold out :(
There's a nursery in Daytona that had some small Bhut plants with ripe pods on them. I was thinking about just buying one and saving the seeds and trying to overwinter it as well (it only gets in down in the 20s a few nights here), but who knows if the seeds would grow true...
Anyways, just wanted to say hi to everyone. I look forward to sharing my progress and hopefully I'll be making some hot sauce next summer!