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Your peppers please!

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by wascaptain, Jun 9, 2016.

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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    My first pepper pick of the season.

    I have a few different type of pepper plants.

    Won't be short the peppers
     

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    undercoverfbi

    undercoverfbi Well-Known Member

    Marvelous colors good sir. How long have you been growing them?

    I have to replant some pepper seeds because too much rain ruined my baby sprouts in the backyard.

    I am definitely looking forward to seeing more peppers you grow captain, keep on inspiring

    I would like to find habanero to plant. The hotter the better :hump:

    some people use lotion when they beat their beef whistle. I like to use crushed jalapenos. snort pepper spray up the nose, Santa's orders
     
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    SpecialbrewMike

    SpecialbrewMike Member

    I have a scotch bonnet and jalapeño in garden I wanted to put them in the tent with the green but I was to worried about contaminating them with bugs from the chilli plant soil so left them there .. There not looking to good in he garden with the good old British weather
     
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    Drowning-Man

    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member

    I was just about to mention scotch bonnets. I have a jar of home pickled ones in the kitchen. Finished off the tai chill is :)
     
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    SpecialbrewMike

    SpecialbrewMike Member

    I am chilli mad I have a collection here the naga pepper mash is by far the best
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    Larry {the} Gardener

    Larry {the} Gardener Well-Known Member

    I have way too many peppers planted. 30 in the ground, 20-25 in kiddie pools and 15 holes dug for the next round. Here is my Hungarian Yellow Wax. They have been doing the best {of the hot ones} so far.

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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    Yo unders,
    Been gardening for a few years now, been doing peppers and tomatoes mostly.
    wife was helping cut up this batch, told her whatever you do... Don't scratch your nutts. She didn't, but she rubbed her eye!

    My peppers are in the mid hot range, I need to step up to the hottest ones.
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    My brother in law sent me this from Peru never tried them before and was wondering if anyone have ? IMG_20160612_080703.jpg IMG_20160612_080546.jpg
     
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    SpecialbrewMike

    SpecialbrewMike Member

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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    PM me and i will send you a few.
     
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    Kannibalistics

    Kannibalistics Active Member


    Seeds or a transplant? I have a few habaneros growing right now
     
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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    Figs are early this year. Here's my lsu purple fig. Tree is 15 years old , planted it myself .
     

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    Larry {the} Gardener

    Larry {the} Gardener Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the reminder. I was at the old house yesterday, picking blue berries and checking on the apple persimmons, but didn't think to go around back to check on figs. I'm slowly getting fruit trees planted at my new house, but there is far more at the old place.
     
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    Larry {the} Gardener

    Larry {the} Gardener Well-Known Member

    Here are a few of my Jalapenos. After my wife made poppers from them.

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    Just Let Me Be Faded

    Just Let Me Be Faded Well-Known Member

    I just threw my germinated bell pepper seeds in to pots..I will post pictures when they have further developed!
     
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    Larry {the} Gardener

    Larry {the} Gardener Well-Known Member

    Looking forward to seeing them. My wife loves the Grand Bell Mix. I saw a purple one today in one of the kiddie pools.
     
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    Just Let Me Be Faded

    Just Let Me Be Faded Well-Known Member

    I bought Red Giant Organic Russian Heirloom Seeds off amazon.. Hope they turn out like the picture! I'm putting them in my grow room with my cannabis plants :bigjoint:
     
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    vostok

    vostok Well-Known Member

    There are a few posts on chillis/peppers here on RIU,

    so many I got the idea to grow some last season

    I got buckets from my 2 strains, one very hot the other as mild

    so many I didn't know what to do with the leftovers, so made 'Alli'

    by boiling the whole peppers and once cooled scraped out the meat, not the seeds

    as I'm a lazy cook, I just bought a gallon of quality tomato sauce and blended it with the boiled peppers

    I added other stuff too ..like onions and wanted to add canna butter but was out

    2 days later we had a beer and pizza party it was a blaze

    no more Alli left ( a recipe from Turkey)

    give it a go its a blaze

    cheers for the rant
     
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    vostok

    vostok Well-Known Member

    Got a recipe ....pleeze
     
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    Larry {the} Gardener

    Larry {the} Gardener Well-Known Member

    Let me see what I can do. This batch had pork sausage. She also uses bacon or turkey sausage. I think cream cheese and shredded cheese are the rest of it. Let me call her and see if I can get some numbers to go with that.
     
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