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wanted: wanted: c. galapagoense / c. lanceolatum / c. rhomboideu

Posted by gothamgardener 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 23, 10 at 15:31

Hi all,

I've been growing some of the superhots for a couple years now and have totally caught the "wild" bug now... I'm looking to try some of the above but I'm not sure where to begin the search for seeds of started plants.

At the moment, I have a few seeds from the following to trade: bhut, 7-pot "Jonah", fatalii, goronong, chocolate hab, red hab, golden hab, Lemon Drop, fish, thai dragon... I know how tricky some of the wilds can be to get started but I would absolutely love to give them a try.


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RE: wanted: wanted: c. galapagoense / c. lanceolatum / c. rhombo

Hi, there are a few out there that has some of the seeds your looking for. I know that the university of New Mexico where they study and grow hundreds of peppers each year, Have several of the very rare wild ones for sale. Also You could ask about them, in some of the other Internet Chile forums. Its pretty hard to get some of them as there are not a lot of people that grow the wild species, mainly because they are so hard to grow and some of the species for one reason or another will not produce viable seeds. I hope you have good luck in finding them.
George W.


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RE: wanted: wanted: c. galapagoense / c. lanceolatum / c. rhombo

I know what you mean about the wild bug. I currently have 6 chacoense germinated and 1 galapagoense. So if you would like to trade for some chacoense seed, let me know.

I'd be interested in your thai dragon seeds and fish pepper seeds.
Danny


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