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2014 Pepper Garden -- What varieties are you growing?

:roll: apparently, when you start trading in tomato seeds, sooner or later, you slip sideways into trading pepper seeds :roll:

Here is my pepper grow from seeds list for this year plus a list of overwintered peppers from last year.
What varieties are you growing?

2014 GROW SEEDS (started 2/20)

AJI CRISTAL
[AJI DULCE -- misplaced seeds! :( ]
ANAHEIM M
[Big Jim -- did not sow]
BOLIVIAN RAINBOW
Carolina Reaper [will sow when rcvd]
Cuneo yellow bell
Donkey Ears
Golden Habanero* [will sow when rcvd]
Purple Beauty
Ramiro sweet pepper
SIVRI BIBER
Thai Sun [will sow when rcvd]
TOBAGO SEASONING

Corno di Toro Red [xtra]
Peppadew or Scotch Bonnet Red [from unlabeled fruit]

Overwintered from 2013

(Aji?) Hot Lemon
Corno di Toro Red
Di Arbol
Etkezesi Paprika
Fish
Jalapeño Early
Jalapeño M
Peppadew
Peru White Hab
Scotch Bonnet Red
Trinidad Perfum (not)
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My one little germinating pot has its Scentesi Pincos paprika peeking out of it. Thats all I starting this year.
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THG so feeds my garden addiction.... :) I've always only done one bell pepper, period. Last year I did one bell pepper AND Anaheim chilis. This year I'm doing the bell pepper (California Wonder) the Anaheim chilis AND I requested Thai sun and early Jalapeno from webmasters giveaway ... The first one is free! :)
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I have no idea what I'm going to do with all these pepper plants. I limited my seed starting to exactly 2 seeds of nearly each variety, but 3 that I really want got 4 seeds planted for insurance. All but 2 varieties have least 1 seedling, and I currently have 39 little plants that are going to be tough to keep under lights when they up-pot.

Ancho Poblano
Beaver Dam (seedling looks a little stressed)
Creme Brule Hybrid
Garden Sunshine
Gatherer's Gold
Golden Treasure
Iko Iko
Indian Jwala
Italian Pepperoncini
Italian Sweet Relleno
Jalapeno
Long Thin Cayenne
Numex Suave Orange (habanero, not hot)
Purple Beauty
Purple Jalapeno
Ring-O-Fire Cayenne
Scotch Bonnet (my first attempt at seed saving - all 4 germinated!)
Stocky Red Rooster
Sureno Hybrid
*Tequila Sunrise
*Thai Hot
Tunisian Baklouti

*[undergoing a second attempt to germinate]

I plan to find homes for the extras of each variety, but it's so hard to think of letting any of them go. I wonder if requesting a home visit to ensure they are well cared for would be over the top. :shock: :mrgreen:
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Re: 2014 Pepper Garden -- What varieties are you growing?

2014 grow list

Tequila Sunrise
Tolli
Orange Habanero
Poblano
Mulato (another poblano type w/ stronger flavor)





Plants below are on 2nd and 3rd years

Hot cherry
Bulgarian Carrot pepper
Cayenne
Aji Limon (Lemon drop)
Feher Ozon
Chimayo (my fave so far)
Puya
Peppadew


Next year I wanna try Fatalii peppers. I hear they are not only hot, but very fruity. Similar to a habanero but a little more intense. I usually keep a few of my best plants every year and replace others. I got seeds to another 25 or so variety. I like to try a few different ones each year. I've grown all the common species except pubescens. I have seeds for Manzano pepper but hear it does better in colder climates.

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Here is my tentative grow list. Some I plan only 3 seeds, the others I want 6 plants.

I tried not to have any hotter than a basic jalapeno, some I am not familiar with, and one is iffy...hot lemon.
If anyone spots a particularly hot one please advise me so I can remove it. The ones underlined are regulars in my garden.

Start 3
New Mexico
Bird seed
Jalapeno
Numex Big Jim
Tam mild jalapeno
Mild Anaheim
Joe E Parker
Com Chu
Hot Sweet Purple pepper
Mild Cayenne
Hot Lemon

Start 6
Sweet Banana
Sweet Bell
California Wonder
Orange Bell
Poblano
Cubanelle
Leutsohauer Paprika
Pasillo Bajio
Grand Bell Mix
Friarielladi Napoli
Mulato Isleno
Pepperoncini
Ancho
Pimiento
Paprika
Yolo Wonder
Anaheim

Some of these are great early season, and awful hot in late season. If a person overwinters them, are they always hot, or still cycle like that? Even sweet banana is too hot for me to eat in late season. I do use them in cooking, but no more fresh eating.
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I have a relatively short list. Most people who like peppers here are either into novelties or want just certain ones.

Big Thai
Anaheim
Tobasco
Super Chili
Naga Bhut Jolokia
Trinidad Scorpion
Waialua Jalapeno
Serrano
Chocolate Bell
Chinese Giant
California Wonder
Fushimi sweet
Hungarian Wax
Carribean Red
Fatali
Corno di Toro ( based on recommendations from an earlier post). I found some seeds online.
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We only plant green bell peppers as we don't eat a lot of spicy foods. Last year we tried the Big Bertha and King Arthur peppers. This year we are just doing the King Arthur peppers.

We were considering the California Wonder peppers but wanted to see if we could get better results from the KA ones this year. They season last year was strange and the plants were stunted for awhile early in the season but by the end of the season, the KA seemed to be producing some nice big peppers.

So we're still basically trying to find the bell pepper that works best for us.

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My list isn't incredibly long, yet.... but this is what I have starting currently (Each with a minimum of 36 seeds in the soil):

Ancho Poblano
Jalapeno
California Wonder
Orange Sun Pepper
Bell (Variety unknown, been saving and planting seeds for 5 years)
Cayenne
Large Hot Cayenne
Habanero
Scotch Bonnet
Bhut Jalokia
Trinidad Butch "T"
Trinidad Morugula

Hmm.. I can't think of the others, but there are a few more...

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I looked at King Arthur peppers, but my order wasn't big enough to be worth the shipping. Let me know how they did.
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imafan26 wrote:I looked at King Arthur peppers, but my order wasn't big enough to be worth the shipping. Let me know how they did.
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I only have a bit of a rough idea of what I am doing with peppers this year. I am waiting on the package from admin, and will likely do both of those I requested, and maybe a few other sweeter and milder peppers, though I probably want to make sure to have some jalapenos, cayanne and habs. I haven't grown out many of the specialty types before, mostly just many of the same ones found in supermarkets... so far.

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Started seeds as described in the first post :()
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Shishito
unknown C.Frutescens (perhaps Tabasco or Hawaiian Chili)

Only those two types for now. I probably germ a few more later, J.Nardello, Purple Beauty, and some market bells.

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Aw... This is bad -- I'm SO TEMPTED to get some Shishito and Yatsufusa seeds.... Someone hold me back.... :()

...I also remembered
..I wanted to grow
.Poblano again....
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Don't do it, it's not worth it. Shishito's grow and yield pretty good. Basically, trouble free plants that makes tasty peppers (with spicy surprises) for roasting :twisted:

I'm actually growing shishitos partly for seeds because I forgot to save seeds :oops:. I was lucky enough to find some old seeds from the original packet.

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Peppadew and jalapeno, although the jalapeno got crowded out by the peppadew so no fruits. Next year maybe :)

This winter I will also start some Thai Sun that Roger is giving away and some purple sweet peppers but I am going to have to sneak peppers into my mom's garden if I want to grow all this!

I have peppadew seeds by the way. Let me know if you want.

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I was worried last night that I was not going to grow my major league jalapenos. I found 2 seeds.. I just hope 1 germinates so I can have a plant to make more seeds. My wife hates hot peppers but loves the major league pepper.

In my hunt I also found more varieties... I don't know if they will grace my garden, or a few family members gardens, either way they will be started by me and eaten by me at some point this year:

Chinese Giant Pepper
Red Macroni Bell
Sweet Chocolate Bell
Ukranian Sweet Pepper
Hot Banana Pepper
Sweet Banana Pepper
Tabasco Pepper

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This year I am only growing:

California Wonder
Jalapeno
Serrano
Peter Pepper
Benajul Market
Piment D' Espelette
Fish
Hawaiian Sweet Hot

Inevitably I will get some more from my nursery (that I now work at :D ) then get them home then realize I do not have room for them then put them to close together then not get much fruit. Not that this has ever happened before.

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So far, just early Calwonder. I will certainly branch out next year after I learn more about my yard. I have no idea what the soil or sunlight situation is. :S

I'd love to find some of those Major League jalapenos, just because my SO and I are huge baseball fans. :D
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I will save some of the seeds this year and you can have a few for next year!! My family loved them.

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We've been growing jalapenos, habaneros and thai bird's eyes, all in their first year.

We have a cayenne pepper and a green capsicum in their second years too - we had more last year but they didn't make it through the autumn.

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Terrible pepper growing seasons the last 2 years. I still end up in the fall with way more hot peppers than I know what to do with. Limiting the pepper patch this year:

Thai Hot
Super Chili
Jalapeno M
Garden Salsa
Anaheim
Carmen
Marconi
Giant Marconi
King of the North

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Ooh I'm putting that "King of the North" on my next year's wish/growlist. 8)
Marconi and Giant Marconi were on this years but I'm trying to grow too many as it is.... :roll:
...Shishito and. Yatsufusa also put on hold until next year. :wink:
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Where are you getting your scotch bonnet peppers from? I can find habaneros and I have Caribbean red but it is hard to actually find scotch bonnets anywhere.
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imafan26 wrote:Where are you getting your scotch bonnet peppers from? I can find habaneros and I have Caribbean red but it is hard to actually find scotch bonnets anywhere.
imafan,

We bought a start from a nursery online two years ago. I can't remember the name of the place at all, but recall that it was on the east coast. It was an awesome plant and very productive. I'm still using the peppers, dried whole, from that plant. I saved quite a few seeds and I'm growing from those this year.

I've seen Caribbean Red as another name for Scotch Bonnet, so maybe you already have them, just by another name, as the saying goes. The pictures I found of "Reds," though, look less wrinkly than the Bonneys and more like a habanero. I don't have any fresh peppers to compare to, but these are my dried ones... and despite being dried, they were almost exactly that shape when fresh.
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If you'd like to experiment, I'd be delighted to send you some of my seeds. Just send me a PM. In the alternative, I saw that Baker Creek lists Scotch Bonnet in their 2014 catalog: https://www.rareseeds.com/search/?F_Keyw ... h%20bonnet , and that may be worth exploring too.

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IndyGerdener wrote:I will save some of the seeds this year and you can have a few for next year!! My family loved them.
That would be fantastic! TIA! :D
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I have my seeds in hand but I'm still waiting for it to warm up to start the seeds. In the meantime, I have transplanted some of the super chilies.
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I really would not want to be without jalapenos and they do okay for me.

Can't get over this: I find it very interesting that the plants in greatest number in my hot pepper patch for probably the last 15+ years are the Super Chili. It looks as though Imafan26 has some of the same appreciation for those guys! Hawai'i could not be much different from here but, there you are :).

Certainly, there are plenty of peppers that will not be able to handle the cool nights here. Super Chili must have more than one kind of heat. Pretty and, for me, easy to grow. All-American.

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I just yesterday planted California Wonder pepper, Hot Hungarian Wax pepper, and Sweet Banana pepper seeds.
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I'm just starting out so I am doing simple plants. Just your basic bell pepper and jalapenos. But I think next year I will get some more. I am orginally from Texas and the "spicy" food that is around here in Wisconsin is nothing to me. And it's so hard to find any kind of pepper at the grocery/markets around here.

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yeah, you really need to grow more hotties.

I am not sure what all I will be growin this year, most (not all) of the seeds sown are all pretty old, lots of floaters on soaking, and who knows what will germinate.

I did get a few Scotch Bonnet seeds, they haven't popped up yet, but it hasn't even been a full 2 weeks yet and I have no heat mat and my house is drafty (and weather is all over the place).
I also have more recent habanero and cayanne seeds no sign of them up yet either.
I planted many old seeds of various bells, rellenos, poblanos, serranos, cayanne, cherry peppers, some thai type, and maybe more, forget offhand.
hoping to get some signs out of the old seeds (and newer ones o/c)

when the peppers from the give away arrive, I will plant those too, unless it is just way too late.

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I'm not worried about late starting hot peppers because I'll (bring them inside and) overwinter them anyway. Smaller plants can be treated like house plants in containers. Bigger plants are pruned down and kept dormant in the unheated garage until deep winter forces temps in the garage down below mid-20's (usually around end of December), then I bring them inside to gradually wake up and resume growth.

Either way, they start the following season already blooming (and fruiting). My current winter peppers are waking up. 8)
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I am trying a whole new 100% organic and sustainable potting soil mixture for my peppers this year so trying to keep it basic this year Orange, Red, Yellow Bells, Santa Fe, Anaheim, Hatch, Jalapenos, Thai Chilis...but always gotta have some hotties around, Habaneros, "Chocolate" Bhut Jolokai, Maruga Scorpions

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Among my peppers, the prettiest seedling award goes to Bolivian Rainbow :D
Bolivian Rainbow pepper seedling with lavender seedlings
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My family loves spicy food and one of our close relatives is from Peru and turned me on to this pepper called Rocoto! Really spicy and great for making sauces!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocoto
They last forever and are a great addition to your garden and kitchen if its growable in your area!

Wow some of you guys really love your peppers uh!! :shock: :shock: Its hard for me to use so many peppers and they usually just go to waste! What do you guys planting over 20 plants do with all your peppers?
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What do we do with all the peppers you ask

Finadene, hot pepper sauce, chili pepper water, soups, stews, (leaves too), dried (they get hotter). I have to plant a lot of tobasco and super chilies the birds will cap the plant and not leave a single pepper. That reminds me pepper spray. Anaheims and poblanos are good for roasting, stuffing, stir fries.

I can't do the really hot ones though the Habanero, Naga Bhut Jolokia, and Trinidad scorpion are for fun and trade.
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just hots this year, unless i can score a bell or pimento plant for free from somewhere:

goat horn
red cherry
aji limon/lemon drop
bulgarian carrot

planted 20 seeds of each, we'll see how they germinate. the bulgarian carrot from saved seed from last year are almost all up already. some will be used directly in cooking. most will go towards hot sauce.

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My housemate just purchased a Trinidad Scorpion

Every time I even look at it a little too hard, there's blood in my undies

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This is our first year starting peppers from seed. We are growing Jalapenos, Habaneros, Serrano, Cayenne, and Ghost Peppers. We hope to grow a few more varieties this year but are having a hard time locating the seeds.
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