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Yellow Pointed Habs changing color

Posted by RonnyB123 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 31, 14 at 22:25

The first yellow one.

This post was edited by RonnyB123 on Fri, Aug 1, 14 at 16:07

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RE: Yellow Pointed Habs changing color

Very nice peppers

RE: Yellow Pointed Habs changing color

What are they again?

RE: Yellow Pointed Habs changing color

I've never grown the pointed ones - only the round ones. Are these bigger than the round ones? I have a plant that is about three years old, and the chilies keep getting smaller and smaller, and so I bought some new plants. I'll have to look for the pointed variety. I've not been that good at growing from seeds.


RE: Yellow Pointed Habs changing color


This is my 2nd try at these. Last year I got none.
I would say these are between 1-2 inches each. I think the Yellow Hab would be bigger, but I try to grow things that are different and harder to find. I hear they are fruity and as hot as a regular hab.

I have not seen any plants, but if you want seeds later, I should have plenty.

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