I saw that Pepper Joes was recommended by our members as a reputable place to buy top quality pepper seeds so that's what I did. I purchased some top quality pepper seeds to give away because I love our community members, you are the best and friendliest group of gardeners!
I purchased seeds to give away to our members to grow and discuss in our Pepper Forum!
Here are the guidelines for this FREE Pepper Seed Giveaway:
1. If you are brand new to the forum as of February 12th 2014, please make three posts in our Pepper Forum and you are qualified to receive your choice of two varieties.
2. These seeds are for your personal use only. Please do not ask for more than what I am offering.
3. Rule 2 does not apply if you are a longtime or active member of the forum.
3. Send me a PM and I will send you your choice of two seed varieties. I need the following information:
c. Name of the two pepper seed varieties you want
Here are the varieties and descriptions. The first two varieties are easy to grow. If you are new to peppers give those a try. The second two varieties may be a little touchy and are best for gardeners with pepper growing experience.
1. Early Jalapeno
This is the classic jalapeno, can be smoked to make chipotle or stuffed." It is suitable for colder climates, is productive and hardy.
2. Thai Sun
This is a miniature pepper plant that grows to 12 inches high. It's a perfect chili pepper for growing in containers and pots in limited spaces like on balconies and small gardens. One plant can produce hundreds of hot peppers! They ripen early and produce all season long. A great hot pepper plant for beginners and those in limited spaces!
3. Organic Golden Habanero
This is a very hot and flavorful pepper. The plant grows up to five feet tall and is very productive. Be sure to have a plan in place for drying, canning or using these peppers! Popular recipes include apricot golden habanero jelly, good for sauces, chilis, seafood and soups.
4. Trinidad Scorpion
This variety is related to the Butch T Chile. It is an extremely hot pepper that does especially well in hot climates and enjoys about six hours of sun per day, with regular watering. These plants grow to approximately 3 feet.
5. Carolina Reapers
I purchased a small amount of Carolina Reapers to give away. These are reputed to be the world's hottest peppers. They're a hundred times scarier than a jalapeno. Serious stuff for serious pepper heads. I'm reserving these for our active members. However, if you are new to the forum and really really want some free Carolina Reaper seeds, please make at least three posts in our pepper forum and send me a Private Message (PM) and, depending on supply, will send some out to you!
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