Hey how do you freeze yours, I need to do that instead to trying to cook them all. I have five different hot peppers, cayenne, cherry bomb, jalapenos, one called lipstick ? and another type of jalapeno, and a ornamental that has tiny hot peppers all over it that are white, purple orange and red - they look like Xmas lights. That plant is huge, I have already cut it back once. ( they never stop). I have some Green Bell, some Red Ace (look like a bell just smaller) some Red Marconi Patio peppers - these truly are my favorite this plant produces over and over and they turn red so fast. I have cubanella I got from ACE Hardware - the best $1.99 I ever spent - ACE gives you 6 plants for $1.99. The one bush outside is about 5 foot tall and still loaded - I have some others I honestly have no idea what they are. They produce green peppers that turn red, but they are small. I really want to find one that is a LARGE green pepper - I have some seeded for fall right now. Tomatos, I got some from doing some studying online for Florida Tomatos, (Floradade, Solar Set, Tropic) I grew them too late, even those that were bred for florida heat did horrible during the summer, so I am trying again. I did get a tomato called Talladega (?) from Home Depot that actually produced into late June - I cut it back and will try it again, it is supposed to handle the heat well. Let me know how you freeze them peppers?
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