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anyone ever grow Numex Heritage?

I have a few plants and am not sure yet when the best time to pick them is. Here are a few pics

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[img]https://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC05336.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC05337.jpg[/img]

That last pic is Serrano how big do they get, While I'm at it?

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For roasted green chiles wait for the first one to start turning red and then pick all of them that look about that big.

Is that 6-4 Heritage or Big Jim Heritage? NUMEX released both.

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TZ -OH6 wrote:For roasted green chiles wait for the first one to start turning red and then pick all of them that look about that big.

Is that 6-4 Heritage or Big Jim Heritage? NUMEX released both.
I believe it is the Heritage 6-4. I got the seeds from someone on here they just said "Numex Heritage".

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