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Yellow Bhut, very prolific

Took this picture today, the peppers really get going this time of year.
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Re: Yellow Bhut, very prolific

Where are you located? That would be nice to put into your profile.

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Re: Yellow Bhut, very prolific

Wow! How do you like those? 8) (...they look like wrinkly Hot Lemon... :D )

Are they amazingly delicious? I'm not up to trying the superhots, but I have a Naga Seasoning pepper which is supposed to be a milder version growing as a tiny seedling with 2nd set of true leaves just starting to grow.

Most of my hot peppers are putting on last show of ripe fruits too. Ones that don't quite make it before frost should finish ripening in the house since I intend to dig up and overwinter all or most of them.
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Re: Yellow Bhut, very prolific

Really great. My ghost peppers should be so productive. Where did you get the seed. I have the regular ones and if I get more than five at a time I am lucky and Bhut Jolokia are not small plants.

I don't even attempt to eat mine. I even have to wear gloves to handle the peppers or they burn my hands for hours.
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Re: Yellow Bhut, very prolific

They are very fruity with nice aroma, and of course very hot. I still think some of the red super hots such as Carolina reaper and Moruga are the hottest. I'm in Maryland. Can't remember where I got the seeds, maybe jim Duffy's store.

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