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Your peppers please!

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


    SageFromZen Well-Known Member

    Atta boy! Hoop house all the way! That's what I do here when needed.
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    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Australia :)
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    too larry Well-Known Member

    @ruby fruit, I have manged to keep one of last year's plants alive. They were not inside, just under bushes. The 16F got most of them. But I did plant more seeds this week. No super hots. Just Mammoth Jalapeno, New Mexico Chili, Serrano Chili and Cayenne for the hots. Also lots of Cali Wonder Bells, Grand Bell Mix and Mini Sweet Peppers. I will dig another underground greenhouse when they start sprouting. That is easier than cleaning out a corner of the shed.
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    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Awesome Larry
    Always liked the way you do the underground greenhouse mate
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    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    I'm starting my Thai & Caribbean reds tonight from seed IMG_4632.JPG
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    too larry Well-Known Member

    I grew the Carib Reds last year. Really good producers. Haven't planted any yet this year.
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    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    they're already popping I can't wait starting seeds gives you such a better choice than the run of the mill nursery stuff my ground here is really rocky so I dug down with a pick & im blending soil to go in the buckets that have the bottoms cut out I've got a ways to go but I'll get there IMG_4680.JPG IMG_4683.JPG

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    First time growing chillies,had some good tips from the Aussie chilli king @ruby fruit :)
    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Mate your doing a fantastic job...for pots and I'm serious they are producing good amounts of chillis for pots.
    I love reapers to make salt
    And those colour scorps make an awesome mango flavoured sauce
    Ripped Farmer

    Ripped Farmer Member

    Just dropped seeds for reapers, ghosts, chocolate bhutlah, red moruga trinadad scorpion and naga viper the other day!

    Make chili, hot sauces, salsas, etc. Love growing peppers.

    Works good as a deterrent for unwanted animals in your yard. Just be careful so you dont hurt someone's pet!

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