2013 Growlist Thread (for everyone!)

highalttransplant(z 5 Western CO)December 30, 2012

Since tomorrow is the last day of 2012, I thought I would post the annual growlist thread, where we can all ooooh and aaaah over each other's lists, and of course find more things to add to our own list!

I am still finalizing my list, but will put all of the chinense and baccatums in the dirt within the next couple of weeks, so I will come back and post once it is a done deal. The annums will get sown in 4 to 6 weeks, so may be tweaking that part of my list for a while yet. I did put a few Manzano seeds in some Rapid Rooters yesterday, so I guess my 2013 season has officially gotten underway.

Feel free to post your tentative or final lists here. It's always fun to see what choices everyone makes!

Wishing everyone one here a bountiful growing season in 2013!!!

Bonnie

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DMForcier(8 DFW)

Well, assuming they survive (a good bet) I will be growing the over-wintered plants:

Mammoth jalapeno (x2)
Normal jalapeno (+1 I hope)
Serrano
Cubanelle (+1 I hope)
Cayenne
Cowhorn
Fatalii (one is quite enough)

I have 30-40 more varieties, thanks to The Seed Fairy and other kind contributors, but somewhat less than an acre to plant them in, so I may just try to germinate a few of them and let natural selection makes its .. err .. selection.

Edit: Subsequently started:

** Lemon Drop
** Twilight
** BJ (2012)
** BJ (2011)
** Poblano
** Trinidad Congo
** Chocolate Hab
** 7 Pot Johan cross
** Red Fatalii
** Red Savina
** Orange Thai
** Trinidad Scorpion Moruga
** Devil's Tongue
** Black Cobra
** Douglah
** Espelette (none up yet)
** Naga Morich
** Alma
** Chocolate Scotch Bonnet (none up yet)
** Hungarian Hot Wax (none up yet)
** Peter Pekker
7 Pot Brain Strain
Anaheim
Chile de Arbol
Douglah
Orange Manzano
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga

** ... and we have lift-off!

This post was edited by DMForcier on Wed, Feb 20, 13 at 14:37

    Bookmark   December 30, 2012 at 5:40PM
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habjolokia

Too bad I am limited because of a move this summer. Here is my list, short as it is, I think it's the best selection.

Ghost aka Bhut Jolokia
Galapagos ( C. galapagoense )
White Habanero
Tepin or Black Pearl or Chocolate Habanero still undecided on the last choice. I just can't picture transporting any more than 4 plants come June.

Mark

    Bookmark   December 30, 2012 at 5:48PM
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sidhartha0209(KY_6a)

My overwintered plants are mostly dead, have one serrano and one habanero mustard that will probably make it; I foolishly followed (probably misinterpreted) advice from another thread and washed the roots clean of all soil with a 'green' dish soap, I'm convinced this was the wrong thing to have done, anyway, I won't do it again.

EARLY was the guiding factor with me in deciding what to grow. This is my 2nd year with baccatums, I'm hooked forever more. :-)

Aji Crystal
Aji Habanero
Aji Omnicolor
Burpee Hot Lemon
Criolla Sella
Inca Red Drop
Beni Highlands
Limon
Nardello
Yummy Orange

    Bookmark   December 30, 2012 at 6:39PM
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tsheets(5)

I've been needing to narrow down the list, I just haven't gotten it all finalized yet. Not enough space to grow it all. :-) Here's my tentative list.

NuMex Big Jim
ANCHO SAN MARTIN HYBRID
Jamaica Scotch Bonnet
Thai Hot
Guajillo
Guam Boonie
7-pod Brain Strain
7-pod Yellow
Alma Paprika
Kalocsai V2
Christmas Bell
Cyklon
NuMex Heritage 6-4
NuMex Sweet

Several are "must grow" every year, several are overwintering, and the rest compete for space. This year I wanted to focus on some paprika type peppers.

    Bookmark   December 30, 2012 at 8:06PM
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gardendrivenlife(6)

Since the seed swap, I'm having a very hard time trying to decide. Maybe just try them all for a trial basis, then cull/choose next season. Trying to choose based on how I would use them, but there are several in these categories. Gary

    Bookmark   January 1, 2013 at 1:08PM
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Bpwilly(8b - Kent, Wa)

Well, I started to make my list earlier this year and started collecting seeds the past few months. I grew too many tomatoes last year and was told no more tomatoes for a year or so, which opens the garden for all the peppers I can get in there. Now I feel like the guy at a Smorgasbord where I put way to much on my plate. Here is my list of seeds that I have for 2013, but I have not decided if I will plant them all.
Fatali
Congo Trinidad
Caribbean Red
Habanero Brown
Pasilla - Holy Mole Hybrid
Habanero Red
Pasilla Bajio
Rocotillo
White Habanero
Chocolate Habanero
Bhut Jolokia
Lemon Drop (aj� limon)
Jamaican Yellow Scotch Bonnet
Primo 7 Pot
Devil's Tongue
Dorset Naga
Assam Bhut Jolokia
Carolina Reaper
Moruga Trinidad Scorpion
NuMex Conquistador
NuMex Garnet
NuMex Suave Orange
Cajamarca
Onza
Christmas Bell (Uba Tuba)
Datil
NuMex Heritage Big Jim

Not sure how many will grow like they should, but going to give them a big try. Have had good luck some years growing Habaneros, Jalapenos, Thai and Cayenne, etx. but have not tried the super hots yet. Got my fingers crossed for a normal and warm summer up here in the Pac NW.

Bill (the Rookie)

    Bookmark   January 1, 2013 at 9:40PM
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teyo(7b)

here's my list. these will all be going into pots, easier to care for than in my clay soil, and i need garden space for other stuff.

7pot jonah
aji limon
trinidad douglah
chocolate bhut
habanero manzano
aji gold
aji panca
aji dulce
trinidad scorpion butch t
numex suave orange
fatalii
caribean red hab
scotch bonnet orange
red hot cherry
jalapeno
cajun belle
piri piri

hope i don't get itchy to look for more lol
wanted to get a couple of more extra hot strains, but semillas sold out and the others are too expensive, i'll survive without them :)

    Bookmark   January 2, 2013 at 9:10AM
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sunnibel7 Md 7(7)

Short and sweet list:

Aji Pineapple
Jalapeno M
Purple Serrano
Fish

I could try some others, maybe, but those are the ones I have to grow. Well, Fish is actually a retry, last year's died before setting pods, so I still don't know what it tastes like. Maybe I'll a cayenne, to add a little heat to my powdered jalapenos. Or find something else that is fabulous with cheese besides the jalapenos...

    Bookmark   January 3, 2013 at 6:10PM
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austinnhanasmom(5 CO)

These are all new to me and on my 2013 germination attempt list:
Aji Camba Capsicum baccatum
Angkor Sunrise
Aribibi Gusanito (PI 543203)
Bahamian Goat Pepper
Blondie
CAP 691
CGN 22091
CGN 22795
CGN 24360
Cherry Rocoto
Covincho Capsicum chacoense
Crunch Sweet Orange
Cumari Pollux
Dewitt's Long Hot Stuffer
Giant Mexican Rocoto
Hawaiian Kona
Heavy praetermissum BGH 460 PI 441654
Hot Portugal
Jamaican Yellow Pepper
Kashmiri
Mareko Fana Chile
Maui Purple
Mignon Brasile
Nativo Chile
Petit Marseillais
Red Rocoto Capsicum pubescens
Rocoto de Seda
Scarlet Lantern
Serrano Purple
Spanish Mammoth aka D'Espagne
Tabago Seasoning
Tobago Seasoning
Tobago Treasure
Trinidad Morovas
Trinidad Perfume
Trinidad PI 281317
Ulupica Capsicum cardenasii
Yellow/Orange Rocoto Capsicum pubescens

I will also go over last season's successes, and failures, and pick a few more from that.

    Bookmark   January 3, 2013 at 7:23PM
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highalttransplant(z 5 Western CO)

Hi Deb! Long time no see!!! I'll be starting the Pick-A-Peck of Peppers Seed Swap again soon.

Here is the first half of my official growlist for 2013 (all chinense, baccatums and pubescens):

The Manzanos were sown 12-29-12, and the rest were sown today.

The 2nd tray will be all annums and will get sown in another month or so.

Bonnie

    Bookmark   January 3, 2013 at 10:35PM
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bjs33(NM 6)

Cayenne
Red Rocoto
Heritage Big Jim
Sandia
Texas Tepin
Sonoran Tepin
Ft. Prescott Tepin
Brazilian Starfish
Aji Omnicolor

    Bookmark   January 4, 2013 at 10:17AM
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Oystereater(6b)

Okay, here's what I've came up with so far that has made the cut(but subject to change as I just picked up an additional 30 acres to plant as I please):
White Hab
Chocolate Hab
Big Jim
Butch T
Fatali
Cajun Belle
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
Billy Biker
Yellow Ghost
7 Pot
7 Pot Brain Strain
Naga Morich
Red Savina

I have some seeds that were crossed when I bought them that I saved so I have no idea what they are except good! If anyone has any "must grow" they think I should add to my list I would be greatly appreciative!

    Bookmark   January 4, 2013 at 10:19AM
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annie1957(7b)

Hey y'all some impressive sounding peppers! austinnhanasmom, I really wanted that Bahamian Goat. Couldn't find seed, dangit. But I think I have enough.

First time trying the superhots from seed but so far, all will be started in 6 pack 72 deep cells, 3 seeds per cell, 6 pack of each. Some I saved, some from friends, some bought. Starting all but annuums Feb 1.

chinense:
Harold's St. Barts
Caribbean Red
Fatalii
Chocolate Hab
Jamaican Hot Choc
Datil
Scotch Bonnet
Bonda Ma Jaques
Naga x Brain
Douglah
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend
7 Pod Brain Strain Yellow
7 Pod Yellow
Peach Bhut
Caramel Bhut
7 Pod Brain x Naga
Choc Bhut
Trinidad Scorpion CARDI
7 Pod Burgundy
Naga Morich
Trinidad Perfume
Peruvian White Hab
Murupi Laranja White

Inca Red Drop--baccatums
Aji Limon--baccatums

Tabasco--frutescens
Red and Orange Thai--frutescens
Bradley's Bahamian--frutescens

Orange Manzano--pubescens

And the annuums get seeded Feb 11:

Cayenne
Keriting Long
Zapotec Jal
Jal M
Serrano
Jaloro
Red Hot Cherry
Anaheim--always end up being "hot" (according to others).
Poblano--no matter how hard I try to grow a mild one, they grow out hot (again, per some folks, or vary from pod to pod).

Will post pics along way. Soaking seeds 30 minutes in dilute H202, then rinses. Then 8 hr. or o/n in salt petre and dilute kelp solution. Probably overkill on the soak but the manzanos have lots of crooks/crannies for lurking pathogens, thus the H202 In moistening process of Promix BX (added perlite and dolomite lime) using some Actinovate which actually doesn't cancel out the mycorr in BX, or in my experience, hasn't. When pot up, dab roots with a little mycorr, anyhow.

Anybody with suggestions: growing lots of sweet peppers and tomatoes as well, please suggest away! If I'm not learning, not growing. Thanks!

Annie

    Bookmark   January 4, 2013 at 10:51AM
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annie1957(7b)

In zone 7b and most will go in-ground--well-amended over years--garden April 30. Last frost date 4-15. Hard to tell with spring: I held off, kept hardening, last year when they could have gone in-ground. Only planting some paste tomatoes--lots--in double 5 gallon self-watering buckets. Might pot the manzanos in same SWBucket system, Al's 5-1-1 mix.

Again, any suggestions? Please suggest! Annie

    Bookmark   January 4, 2013 at 11:02AM
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aussie_chilli

2013

just started superhots and difrent varietys this year atm germanating sprouting as we speak i have

razzamataz
butch t
ghost chilli
caribbean blend (see what comes up)

and today i will be going down to the market to pick up seeds of these

peach ghost and trinidad
jays red ghost scorpion
red rocoto
trinidad scorpion sunrise

possibly some chocolate version of some but will see what takes my fancy

    Bookmark   January 19, 2013 at 6:12PM
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aussie_chilli

ok so a no go on picking the seeds up today instead just ggrabbed myself a few plants

    Bookmark   January 19, 2013 at 11:59PM
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Bill_Missy(8b)

Below is my list that I am going to attempt. First time ever trying to grow about 95% of these. I am doing mostly containers with some in the ground. I sowed a few last weekend and going to sow rest today while watching football.
Question, is there a comprehensive list somewhere that will list the "heatness" in order by type of pepper?

Red Savina
Trinidad Douglah
Sweet Cayanne
Yellow Devils Tongue
Trinidad Congo
Red Devils Tongue
Yellow Fatali
Butch T
Dorset Naga
Carolina Reaper
Moruga Trinidad Scorpion
Chocolate Habanero
Pumpkin Habanero
Cayenne Blend
Italian Pepperoncini
Alma Paprika
Mexican Jalapeno
Chocolate Fatalii
Kochukaru
Tabasco
Bhut Jolokia
Caribbean Blend
Cow Horn
Jalapeno�s (A few varieties not sure the names/type)
Anaheim
Red Bell
Orange Bell

    Bookmark   January 20, 2013 at 9:44AM
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leafericson(6)

Here's my grow list so far for this year. I wish I had more; hopefully I get some good new ones from the pepper swap. If anybody has some extra pepper seeds I would really appreciate them. I'm trying to grow as many stabilized peppers that I can.
Black Knight
Chinese Five Color
Fish
Caribbean Red Habanero
Hungarian Hot Wax
Long Thin Cayenne
Leutschauer Paprika
Tabasco
Sweet Banana
Butch T Scorpion
Ghost
King of the North Sweet Pepper (not acquired seed yet)
Red Peter Pepper (not acquired seed yet)

    Bookmark   January 20, 2013 at 11:24AM
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Capsicummaximum

Bhut Jolokia
Hot Paper Lantern (SAK59)
Scotch Bonnet (SAK59)
Ring of Fire Cayenne (SAK59)
7 Pot (SAK59)
Naga Morich (SAK59)
F3 Bonnie Jalapeno (Homedepot)
F4 Red Savina Habanero X Chocolate Habanero
F3 Long Thick Cayenne
Red Fatali (SAK59)
F2 NuMex Mexibell Hybrid

Here is a link that might be useful: My Youtube Channel

    Bookmark   January 22, 2013 at 7:30AM
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tn_gardening

My list isn't quite so exotic as some of the others. I have very limited space, so I had to make some tough decisions.

Jalapeno (some from seed packets and some from last year's plants)
Poblano (some from seed packets and some from last year's plants)
Bhut Jalokia
Brown Habanero ?mystery? pepper that a buddy of mine shared seeds with
Red Marconi
Anaheim
Cayenne (saved seeds from last year)

    Bookmark   January 22, 2013 at 10:22AM
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Noteybook(5)

I may not have a garden this year... but, I do have some things I'd like to grow, if I have any backyard space or potting space.

Habenero Peppers
Jalepeno Peppers
Genovese Basil
Mammoth Sunflower(if enough space is available)
Watermelon(I've forgotten the exact name, but it's a non-herimloom that gets to around 5-10lbs).
If I can get my hands on some other herbs, I will grow them as well(Rosemary, Thyme, etc...)

Unfortunately what was my 'garden' from last year has been taken from me. So I don't have a lot this year I can plant.. a shame, last year was my first time gardening. I'd managed to get lettuce, potatoes, green onions, beans, carrots, cucumber, sweet peppers, and squash. Even from a late, late start(July!). :( These plants mean a great deal to me and it makes me sad that I can't grow all kinds, but I can try with my little potted ones.

A good luck to all of you, though! :)

    Bookmark   January 23, 2013 at 8:43PM
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Edymnion(7a)

I'm cutting back on the peppers some this year. Just going to do bhuts, douglahs, and butch T's.

Got a lot of other stuff I really want to grow and limited amounts of space.

Going to be doing purple apple berries, okinawan sweet potatoes, atlantic giant pumpkins (the 500+ pounders), wolfsbane, belladonna, and a whole small field of glass gem corn.

    Bookmark   January 24, 2013 at 9:58AM
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Jeff_H

My 2013 list. Most are already growing, but some have yet to germinate.

7 pot yellow
7 pot Brainstrain
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
Bhut Jolokia red
Fatalii
Paper Lantern
Yellow Scotch bonnets
Orange Hab
Tobasco
Cayanne
Mucho Nacho Jalapenos
Peter pepper
Jalapenos
Bohemian pepper
Tepin
Pequin
Monzano
Orange Thai
Prik Kee Noo Suan

    Bookmark   January 28, 2013 at 11:19AM
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mbellot

Some serious lists there guys.

Keeping it small and simple myself.

Christmas Bell
Red Savina
Red Congo
Trinidad Douglah
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T (from two sources)

I also have a Bhut and 7 Pot Douglah that are being over-wintered. Both seem to be doing well for now, but I lost two out of three last year so I'm only cautiously optimistic right now.

    Bookmark   January 28, 2013 at 11:37AM
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bjs33(NM 6)

Added a couple.

Serrano
Zapotec Jalapeno

    Bookmark   January 31, 2013 at 7:28PM
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Bill106(4)

Choc. Habs
Orange Habs
Ghost
Scotch Bon
Jalies
Serrano
Choc. Fatalii
Cayenne
N.M. Twilight (thanks to ESOX)
Hungarian Hot (thanks to ESOX)
Aji Limon
Hondaka
Pablano
Naga Morich

    Bookmark   January 31, 2013 at 9:03PM
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DMForcier(8 DFW)

Added a few

    Bookmark   February 5, 2013 at 5:09PM
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gardendrivenlife(6)

Finally came up with it, I probably bit off more than I can chew but oh well:
Chile de Arbol
Boldog Hungarian Spice
Guajillo
Cubanelle
Alma Paprika
Cyklon
Leutschauer Paprika
Chervena Chushka
Melrose
Purple Beauty
Italia
Chocolate Scotch Bonnet
Red Savina
Habanero Yellow
Piri Piri
Red Rocoto
Small Vietnamese (from smokemaster)
Thai Bird Chile
NuMex Heritage 6-4
Czech Black
Fresno
Guarrito
Jalapeno M
NuMex Twilight
Black Cuban

Thanks to everyone who shared their seeds. I feel privileged to be growing some of these varieties.

    Bookmark   February 5, 2013 at 5:39PM
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jifjifjif(9b-Florida)

With special thanks going out to ottawapepper, here is my grow list for 2013: (my first season ever growing peppers)

Peppadew
Tequila Sunrise
Chimayo
Jalapeno
Habanero
NuMex Twilight
Bonda ma Jacques
Chocolate Habanero
Chocolate Scotch Bonnet
Bhut Jolokia
7 Pot Douglah
Butch T Trinidad Scorpion

Very excited!

Rich-Zone 9 (Central Florida)

    Bookmark   February 8, 2013 at 9:35AM
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highalttransplant(z 5 Western CO)

Well, the annuums are sown. This is my final growlist:

Most of the ones in tray #1 have sprouted now, except the Peach Habaneros, Scotch Bonnets, Purple Bhuts, and Inca Red Drops.

Tray #2 was sown last night.

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jifjifjif(9b-Florida)

Highalttransplant, that's awesome.

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DMForcier(8 DFW)

bump

    Bookmark   February 11, 2013 at 4:41PM
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cjohansen

I'm doing this for the first time. Very exciting, 9 days in, and already almost everything in the first sowing sprouted (20 seeds in 10 cells). Filled another 24 cell box yesterday.

Came with a "starter kit":
Twilight
Ring of fire

Growing out of curiosity:
Aji Lemon

Growing for culinary reasons:
Jalape�os
Serrano
Yellow Habaneros
Thai
Hungarian Wax
Poblano

    Bookmark   February 12, 2013 at 6:16PM
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AzoreanRooster

Finally joining you guys on the superhots this year.

Hot Portugal
Thai Hot
Jalapeno
Scotch Bonnet
Malagueta (piri piri)
7 Pod Jonah
7 Pod Brain Strain red
Naga Morich
Bhut Jolokia
Bhut Jolokia chocolate
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga

I also ordered "Most Prolific Chacoense" from Pepperlover.. Anybody grow this? Looked interesting.

Also growing Green Chili. I have no idea what it is really called, but bought them at a grocery store last year and they were bigger, tastier and MUCH HOTTER than the Thai Hots - 'green chili peppers' were all they were labeled as. I figured I would try and grow some out this year, as I really enjoyed these.

    Bookmark   February 13, 2013 at 4:19PM
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ab2008(6)

⢠7 pot Barackpore
⢠7 pot douglah
⢠7 pot Jonah
⢠Aji Dulce #2
⢠Bhut Jolokia
⢠Bhut Jolokia Indian Carbon
⢠Bhut Jolokia Yellow
⢠Big Bertha
⢠Black Pearl
⢠Brazilian Sand Dollar
⢠Caribbean Red
⢠Cayenne
⢠Cherry Bomb
⢠Choc Trin. Scorpion
⢠Chocolate Habanero
⢠Datil
⢠Dorset Naga
⢠Fatalii
⢠Fatalii Red
⢠Favia / Scotch Bonnet (I'm unsure of the correct name)
⢠Fooled You Hybrid
⢠Giant Aconcagua
⢠Giant Marconi
⢠Golden Cayenne
⢠Habanero Maya Red
⢠Habanero Orange
⢠Habanero Peach
⢠Habanero Red Savina
⢠Habanero White
⢠Numex Suave Orange
⢠Pasilla Bajio
⢠Peter Peppers
⢠Red Congo Habanero
⢠Red Scotch Bonnet
⢠Socrates X3R
⢠Tabasco
⢠Thai
⢠Trinidad 7 pot
⢠Trinidad Perfume
⢠Trinidad Scorpion

This post was edited by ab2008 on Wed, Feb 27, 13 at 18:59

    Bookmark   February 13, 2013 at 6:05PM
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DMForcier(8 DFW)

How my guys are doing:

Summary spreadsheet via Google.

The number in the "Up & Dead" column are plants that emerged and subsequently died, usually by helmet head disease. Far more simply never came up - those don't have their own column.

Note the overall germination rate! Really good.

Now if I can just get the survival rate up over 50% I'd be even more over stocked with seedlings.

This post was edited by DMForcier on Sat, Feb 16, 13 at 15:48

    Bookmark   February 16, 2013 at 3:43PM
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esox07

I finally got my seeding done today...just a couple days later than I had planned on.



Bruce

This post was edited by esox07 on Sat, Feb 16, 13 at 23:15

    Bookmark   February 16, 2013 at 11:04PM
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smokemaster_2007

Well I've decided to grow my Holy Grail this year.

THE WHITE MANZANO.

http://s403.beta.photobucket.com/user/smoemaster_2007/media/IM004342.jpg.html?sort=3&o=589

http://s403.beta.photobucket.com/user/smoemaster_2007/media/IM004346.jpg.html?sort=3&o=591

Not light yellow,White.

I had 1 plant that put out pure white pods but I had a mite problem for a while and tried to save the plant by giving it to some one who I thought would save seeds and take care of the plant.
They didn't save seeds from the pods or care for the plant.

I have 1 plant from the white podded pods seeds growing and have several other plants growing from Yellow/White pods seeds I saved.

The pic of the pod are next to a couple very light yellow pods.
The plant from the middle pod put out T shirt whit pods.

So IF the last plant I have from the white Manzano grows true I'll be spending the next seasons re growing seeds to see if the albino is stable.

Any time I saw a White Rocoto or Manzano it was a very light yellow,not pure white.
The pic looks yellower than the pods were in real life.

I'm on a mission from the pepper gods.
I have 18 sprouts from 1 white and 17+ yellow white pods seeds going now.

I'm sick and tired of the super hot crap.
Totally unstable crap sold as a new strain or variety...
Most are 1 trick ponies.

I like my 7 pots but am on a quest for bigger and better things.
Tired of unstable stuff being called new strains or varieties.
$ has taken over these days.
Really sad in my opinion.

Ya I'm into trying to grow every pepper known to man but these unstable peppers aren't on my list.

This post was edited by smokemaster_2007 on Sat, Feb 16, 13 at 23:52

    Bookmark   February 16, 2013 at 11:48PM
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homefry319(5b NE)

Its been awhile since Ive posted..

We're not doing the markets this year so I had to cut back a little bit but.

Red Bhut Jolokia
Peach Bhut Jolokia
7 Pod Jonah
Doughahs
7pod Brian Strain Yellow
7pod Congo
TS Morouga Blend Red
Bahamian Goat Pepper
TS Chocolate
7pod jonah x butch T
7 Pod Primo
Monster Naga
Dorset Naga
Jamacian Hot Chocolate
TS Morouga Blend Yellow
King of the North
Mini Yellow Bells
Mini Red Bells
Ancho San Martin Hybrid
Jalapeno Grande
Marconi Reds
Golden Treasure
Alma Paprika
Golden Greek Pepperoncini
Trinadad Morovas
Napoleon Sweet OG
Big Sun Habanero
Thai Hot
Bull nose Bell
Sweet Chocolate
Georgia Flame
Quadrato Asti Giallo(Bell)
Cayenne
Kung Pao
Orange Bell

pretty sure thats all of them, down to about 250 plants

    Bookmark   February 17, 2013 at 9:20AM
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austinnhanasmom(5 CO)

I finally bleached my seeds and have them germinating. Fingers crossed for sprouts from:

Angkor Sunrise
Aribibi Gusanito (PI 543203)
Bahamian Goat Pepper
Blondie
CAP 691
CGN 22091
CGN 22795
CGN 24360
Cherry Rocoto
Covincho Capsicum chacoense
Crunch Sweet Orange
Cumari Pollux (True)
Dewitt's Long Hot Stuffer
Giant Mexican Rocoto
Hawaiian Kona
Heavy praetermissum BGH 460 PI 441654
Hot Portugal
Jamaican Yellow Pepper
Kashmiri
Mareko Fana Chile
Maui Purple
Mignon Brasile
Nativo Chile
Neapolitan
Petit Marseillais
Red Rocoto Capsicum pubescens
Rocoto de Seda
Scarlet Lantern
Spanish Mammoth aka D'Espagne
Tabago Seasoning
Tobago Treasure
Tollis Sweet
Trinidad Morovas
Trinidad PI 281317
Ulupica Capsicum cardenasii
Yellow/Orange Rocoto Capsicum pubescens

These are plants (single plant only) on order from Cross Country Gardens:
Fingers crossed for live plants from:

Achar
Aji Cito
Aji Colorado
Aji Omnicolor
Bahamian
Beni Highlands
Cayenne Buist's Yellow
Criolla Sella
Dedo De Moca
Doux d'Espagne
Georgia Flame
Grenada Seasoning
Jalapeno Jumbo
Jaloro
Kalocsa Paprika
Koir Sitakame
Orozco
Pimiento De Chiero
Shishito
Tobago Seasoning
Trinidad Perfume
Trinidad Seasoning
Trinidad Smooth
Trotolino Amoraoso
Vietnamese Multicolor

Not sure where these will all be planted, but I am looking forward to the challenge and spring!

Happy Gardening All!

    Bookmark   February 17, 2013 at 12:24PM
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DMForcier(8 DFW)

You guys are growing stuff I've never even heard of.

Doesn't matter. My children are special. I don't care how many languages yours can speak.

Dennis

    Bookmark   February 17, 2013 at 4:07PM
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    Bookmark   February 17, 2013 at 4:30PM
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austinnhanasmom(5 CO)

:-)

I will share any of the seeds that I collect from my goofy list. Some I am growing (attempting anyway) merely for the trading and sharing...

I can vow to bag blossoms, and keep my plants correctly labeled, but only time will tell...

highalttransplant caused this desire in me to find the perfect seasoning pepper or peppers....

    Bookmark   February 18, 2013 at 12:15PM
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