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WANTED: Pepper Heads of Texas

Posted by cvernon581 8-9tx ( on
Mon, Dec 26, 05 at 12:22

I would love to do some pepper seed trading with some fellow Texas pepper heads so if you would like too, let me know I raised over fifty kinds of peppers this year and would love to do more this year. and have people to talk to from tx about pepper problems ex. well let me know!!!


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RE: WANTED: Pepper Heads of Texas

I do alot of seed trading (both veggies and flowers) mostly on that other well known garden forum. LOL. I always do peppers and have good luck with them too! Right now, as far as peppers go...I've got sweet looking for some hot varieties. What I have is: Calif Wonder (duh), orange sun sweet pepper, red cheese pepper, goliath hybrid (Totally tomatoes), and banana bill hybrid (also from TT).

I'm really needing some Jalapeno (how I got down to none I'll never know!) and I'm really lusting for the following from Tomato Growers Supply Co. but you might have some of them: serrano, cayenne, salsa, airiane and lafayette yellow (last 2 not hot).

I have your classic edible/perennial/annual/native mixed garden. LOL.

RE: WANTED: Pepper Heads of Texas

Growing peppers is habit forming.This year im trying Jupiter and keystone , dont know why i havent before. What is your favorite sweet bells ? Billtex

RE: WANTED: Pepper Heads of Texas

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