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Hot Pepper Seeds

Hey all,

I know we missed the seed exchange this year, but would be interested in buying some hot pepper seeds if anyone has any to sell? We would be interested in any super hots. We already have Ghost pepper but any of the others would be awesome!

Thanks folks!

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Happy gardening! :-()

https://www.purplegoo.ca
https://www.dadspeppercompany.com

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

Thais to mild for you? I have some if you would like a few. Be glad to give you some.

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

Wow! That sounds great! Would love some Thais! Thanks :-()

I can PM you our address
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

Would you be interested in a exchange? We have a few different kinds of hot peppers to trade! :()
Happy gardening! :-()

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

I'm sending two types.
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I don't have the real names for these. If I eat a Thai pepper I like, I save seed. The top one I call the standard Thai, The bottom one I call bushy Thai.
I only have three locations for peppers (Serrano in 3rd) and can't add another type. I got cross pollinated several years ago and lost the best flavored Thai I've ever had. The result was a Thai/Hab hybrid that tasted great but didn't hold true.
Anyway, seed going out in tomorrow's mail. :)
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

That's great! Thank you again we really appreciate it! :-()
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

By the way, your Habanero Thais sure do sound amazing! I bet you enjoyed those :-()
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

They were heart shaped and orangish red. We called them dragon hearts. :)

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That is so cool! Will you have those again do you think? :-()
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

I tried but they were hybrids and not one of the many I planted came out the same. Plant a Thai and a Hab side by side. Plant the Thai seed that result. That's how I got mine and lost my favorite line of Thai's I had been growing for years. If you don't want pepper hybrids, keep them apart. They cross breed easy. Experiment but be careful with your favorites. :)

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Great advice! Thanks! :-()
Happy gardening! :-()

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

JC's Garden wrote:
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I don't have the real names for these. If I eat a Thai pepper I like, I save seed. The top one I call the standard Thai, The bottom one I call bushy Thai.
I think the chili in the top picture might be "Bird's Eye Chili". It is a common chili variety in Thailand.

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

I may have some to pass over. I'll have to go through my box.

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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

Sure if you'd like! We are looking for vegetable and flower seeds, let us know what you have and we can do an exchange! :) :)
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Re: Hot Pepper Seeds

I'd love to get in on that, if you're open. I have some Taka Thai Nippon, Habanero, Serrano, Jalapeno for sure. Will check to see if anything else. Let me know if you're interested in a trade, and what you might have. :)

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