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pods ripening soon

Posted by RonnyB123 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 26, 14 at 21:56

Just a few pictures of some pods. I believe they will all turn red.

Arbol- seeds came from a store dried pods.


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Jumbo Thai- Suppose to be Jumbo Thai but more of a thick skinned Thai. These are not like those supermarket kinds. This plant looks different than the others so I'm hoping the others are correct.


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Jumbo Cayenne- 1 hugging his buddy before I cut him free.


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Red Chicken Heart- well....not sure what a chicken heart looks like without searching it, but it looks right.


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Filius blue pepper. First pod but tons of flowers.


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Those look nice. I have some Thai, and pablano I am waiting on. As well as some Gypsy, and Bell to ripen.


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Sweet Fushimi pepper- They look like Thai but have zero heat and super sweet.


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Yellow Savina. Seems to have a tail and smooth skinned. it should look like a Hab with ribs. It does not look like the images of saw of this hybrid. Must be still unstable.

** It is not a Yellow Savina. It looks like an Xtra large Monkey Face and maybe Hybrid. Waiting on color change so I can taste it.

So this is a Monkey Face/ ???

This post was edited by RonnyB123 on Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 14:49


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Looks like you have some heat in your future. Pods look good. Let's us know how you like that Filius blue pepper.

Tim


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peppernovice. That would be an understatement my friend. I lost count at 90 different species. They range from the milds, the hab groups, to the extremes, and a few hybrid extremes too (Yellow Savina and Ghost Neyde) . Now I can add the other few hybrids species that are popping out too.

I will try the blue version and the red to see the difference. I hear the blue is hotter but not as sweet as the red.

This post was edited by RonnyB123 on Sun, Jun 29, 14 at 21:49


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Red Monkey; I didnt see this pod. He was hidden in the middle of the bush. Still green but will get there soon.

Sorry cheap camera


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Yellow Pointed Hab. Not really a Habanero, just what their called. They will get bigger and should be plentiful (tons of small pods developing).


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Chi-Chen


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Green Scorpion


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Filius Blue


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Orange Mushroom


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Goat Weed


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White 7-Pot


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Rainforest chili


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No clue. I never planted anything similar to how this one came out. I believe it came out of seeds from the Aleppo I grew.


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Love the color on the Filius Blue.


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Byron... once some change color and turn red, it will look even better. :)


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1 peach pod in a sea of blue/purple. On the same plant. Will change to red.

This post was edited by RonnyB123 on Sun, Aug 3, 14 at 0:53


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A ghost/Neyde hybrid- dark pods and extreme heat I hear.


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Chocolate Ghosts young ones?


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Aji amarillo


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Green Trinidad Scorpion


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