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Looking for peppers

Posted by eetchickn 7a Frdrcksburg (My Page) on
Mon, May 20, 13 at 8:27

Does anyone know where to purchase superhots in the central Va. area (Richmond, Fredericksburg)? I put the few I had out a little early and they are stunted.


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RE: Looking for peppers

If you are willing to do mailorder, Cross Country Nurseries is a favorite around here.

A little pricey, but you get a great variety of healthy plants to choose from, 12 plant minimum.

Shipping from Central NJ to VA ought to be a cakewalk for them at this time of the year too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cross Country Nurseries


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Agree with sjetski, they are a great option. I think they are taking orders until 5/27, though I imagine their stock may be getting low, so you probably want to get an order in soon.


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Another option is Susan aka The Chilewoman. She's been in business for over 20 years and has lots of loyal followers.

Peppers, Tomatoes, Tomatillos

$4.00 ea, six plant minimum.

$3 handling fee

$20 shipping.

Rick

Here is a link that might be useful: The Chilewoman website


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Also bakerspeppers.com

ccn is the best though. just saying


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I know none of the big box stores carry anything hotter than an Habanero, but I was able to find a Naga at a local nursery last year. So, you just may want to call around locally.

Good luck.

Kevin


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Bonnie Plants (in all the big box stores) habanero "World's Hottest Habanero" is actually an African fatalii, an extremely hot pepper that is a prolific producer. The super-hots may be hotter, but are slower and later producers.

Best of all, less than $4.


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RE: Looking for peppers

I've more then enough plants to share --and I'm more then willing to ship if you give them a good home. Bhuts, Butch T, Carolina Reaper. You name it...just about . Everyone said how hard it was to germinate...so I planted a few extra...and every one of the darn things grew...and I can't kill them....sooooo Throw me an e=mail. Patrioticcrafts@aol.com I'm about 5 hours south of you so they should do alright in the mail.

Laura


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