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WANTED: have: fish seeds from sse for 2010 season

Posted by plantslayer 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 24, 10 at 16:51

Hello,

I have some Fish pepper seeds packed for the 2010 growing season by Seed Saver's Institute. This is a really cool and unique variety that produces variegated leaves (green and white) as well as striped fruits that ripen to solid red; it also tastes great and is fairly hot- supposedly 45,000 scoville or more, similar to a cayenne. It seems to need a fair amount of heat and sunshine to do well.

I am interested in Capsicum baccatum species that can handle cool weather fairly well; I'd really like to try Aji Omnicolor, or another hot Aji variety. Any other hot peppers including jalapenos that you think can do well in my climate are probably of interest. Let me know what you have!

I have about 25-30 seeds, they were packed for the 2010 growing season by Seed Savers Exchange, and had perfect or near perfect germination for me. I'm happy to do small trades of just a few seeds, since I only have a small plot to grow on, and don't have a good place to grow lots of containers.


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RE: WANTED: have: fish seeds from sse for 2010 season

I have some jalepeno seed, chiltepin seed, and maybe some manzano seeds.

I could send some of each for 15 fish pepper seeds.
email me with what you would like.
Danny


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