Your peppers please!

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

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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Ok so i start my move back to Southern Cal from NC next week ( got a solid offer on the house) i still have a few acres of land and my mom still lives here so i will be back ( love the Carolina's) I thought my garden would be finished by now, growing up an Air force brat makes it hard for me to waist anything. So i was wondering will my plants survive the 3 day trip in the back of my truck or should i just give them away ? i still have a lot of seeds.
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    I would cut anything perennial 3-4 inches above the soil. Anything annual re-do next year.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    3 days of wind burn might not be that good for them, and they'd need watering, i'd give away anything thats not special to me, and take care to put the ones i really wanted to take in a protected spot
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    I am about to head out, took you guy's advice and pretty much just gave everything away i still have seed's so will start planting again as soon as i am able !!!!!!!
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

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    cindysid

    cindysid Well-Known Member

    Good luck on your journey my friend!
     
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    Habanero
    Chocolate Habanero
    Scorpion
    Caramel Scorpion
    Reaper
    Chocolate reaper
    Ghost
    Albino Ghost
    I don't remember what the little yellow ones are, some type of Chinese pepper. They are sweet and fruity and pack a nice little kick.

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    ThatOneGuyOverThere

    ThatOneGuyOverThere Well-Known Member

    Looks delicious
     
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    cannetix Inc

    cannetix Inc Well-Known Member

    Looking good! Always wanted to try Chocolate Habanero...
     
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member


    Thanks. They are all delicious. Once you build a tolerance to the fire you get to start tasting a lot of the inner flavors. My wife's boss is going smoke some for me. Can't wait to try those. Have a few people who I trade peppers for salsa with as well. I give them a bag of peppers, the next day they bring me a big jar of salsa. Everyone makes it a little different. Been buying A LOT of Doritos.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    Everyone's peppers are looking great. The recent hurricane broke a few in my pepper pit at the top of the tomato cages. It laid down the ones in the pepper trench, as they were not in cages. Most of what I have left is the big Jalapeno and mini sweets. Also a few regular sized Jalapeno, Anaheim Chili and a couple more I can't remember the name {they are spanish}.
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member

    Anyone know what these may be? We’re supposed to be red scotch bonnets, but not sure...a couple more expert growers than I told me they’ve never seen scotch bonnets with purple flowers, and those pods are an odd shape as well. Anyone who might know what these could be I would greatly appreciate some knowledge!
     

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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    the coloration could be from the minerals in the soil or food.. not sure just a guess .. by the way how you been.. we haven't chatted in awhile.
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member


    Yes I thought it could be some sort of deficiency or toxicity or something...otherwise it looks healthy, just not what I was expecting. Other plants from the same seed pack have flowers which haven’t opened yet so we shall see.
     
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    Stink Bug

    Stink Bug Well-Known Member

    Its hard to say exactly what type of pepper that is. Its not a scotch bonnet though.
     
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    DesertHydro

    DesertHydro Well-Known Member

    carolina reapers in with the SOG. left side is 30% chem d cookies and right side is 17% harambe. gotta spread them out on the pond liner today to give them some breathing room
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    just putting this thread back to the top..
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member

    Those pods are getting quite a bit bigger and are OBVIOUSLY not scotch bonnets lol...I will post pics soon. Another plant grown from the same packet of seeds is starting to show completely white flowers, so I’m wondering if I got a stray pollination or a seed made it into the wrong bin or something
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member

    Thanks man! Yeah these pods are long and slender, they resemble cayennes but are a deep green/purple color
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    no prob... dude spammed the garden section with his shit.. he's not an active member here.. he pops in from time to time starting threads with links to other sites.. so I'm trying to bury his threads..lol..
     
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