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#21 The Howster

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 05:22 AM

Aji Limon
Chocolate Habanero
Orange Habanero
Yellow Fatalii
Trinidad Scorpion Morouga Blend
Early Jalapeno
Numex Heritage Big Jim
Joes Long Cayenne
Santa Fe Grande
Hungarian Hot Wax

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 05:29 AM

Red Trinidad Scorpion
Trinidad Scorpion Green
Trinidad Scorpion yellow
Douglah x Trinidad Scorpion
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
7 pot Chaguanas
7 pot Brainstrain red
7 pot Brainstrain yellow
7 pot Jonah
7 pot yellow
7 pot Burgundy
7 pot Brown
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia
Bhut Jolokia Peach
Bhut Jolokia Red
Bhut Jolokia yellow
Black Naga
Fatalii yellow
Peach Scorpanero
Large White Habanero
Congo Habanero
Sweet Habanero
Habanero Red Savina
Thai Dragon
Large Hot Cherry
Giant Jalapeno
Wild Brazil
Holy Mole
Cayenne Thick
Broome Chile
Tobango Scotch Bonnet
Naga Morich
Zavory Habanero

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 05:31 AM

You guys have enormous collections I haven't got that big a selection and am wondering how much time this will cost me..

My varieties:
- Orange Habanero
- White Habanero (Going to make an all-white hot sauce with these)
- Anaheim
- Trinidad 7 pod Jonah
- Trinidad Perfume
- Hottie Hybrid
- Scotch bonnet Red
- Rocoto Yellow
- Rocoto Manzano Amarillo
- Jalapeño Craig´s Grande
- Chil Tepin
- Feher Ozon

And a couple of bell peppers, tomatoes, and a lot of other veggies.. :-)
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 05:34 AM

Korean Gochu pepper
Korean Salad Pepper
Orange Habanero
Whatever comes from the seed exchange highalt is putting together.
I have a few feelers out for more options...

Limited growing space... I have a square foot garden and only one 4 x 4 foot block for chilies.

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 06:09 AM

African Birdseye
Orange Hab
Hungarian Hot Wax
Early Jals
Trinidad Scorps (red)
Trinidad Scorps (Butch T)
7 Pot (yellow)
Bhut jolokia

All are up and under the lights.

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 10:48 AM

Here's what's been sown so far:

Aji Angelo (2)
Aji Chinchi Amarillo (2)
Aji de la Tierra (2)
Aji Picante (2)
Aji Rojo (2)
Aji Yellow (2)
Belize Sweet (2)
Cachucha (2)
Cheiro Recife (2)
Cajamarca (2)
Grenada Seasoning (2)
Habanero Chocolate (2)
Habanero Peach (2)
Inca Red Drop (2)
Lemon Drop (2)
Pequin (2)
Pimenta Barro do Robiero (2)
Rain Forest (2)
Rocotillo (2)
Tobago Seasoning (2)
Trinidad Perfume (2)
Zavory (2)

None have sprouted yet, but I don't have a heat mat, so it usually takes ~ 10 - 14 days to start seeing hooks. Today is day 9 ... not that I'm counting, LOL!

Still have about 40 types of annums that I plan to sow in another week or two. I rent a plot at the community garden, so I can find room for the plants once they go outside, it's the inside space that I'm concerned about. At least one more shelf/table and grow light are needed.

Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest this season!

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 11:12 AM

Damn Superhot! That's quite a list!

• Amish Bush
• Antillais Caribbean
• Aji Limon
• Ball Chilli
• Bhut Jolokia
• Bhut Jolokia - White
• Bhut Jolokia - Assam Indian Carbon
• Bhut Jolokia - Yellow
• Cajamarca
• Cayenne - Long Hot
• Cayenne - Yellow
• Chiltepin
• Etna
• Fatalii
• Habanero - Orange
• Habanero - Red
• Jalapeρo
• Naga Morich
• Naga Morich X Tabasco (Spicegeist)
• Po Cheong
• Scotch Bonnet - Trinidad Yellow
• Super Chilli
• Tabasco - THSC
• Tabasco - CGN21546
• Trinidad Scorpion - Butch T
• Trinidad Scorpion - Chocolate (PRF)
• 7 Pot - Brain Strain (PRF)
• 7 Pot - Yellow (PRF)
• 7 Pot - Douglah (Alphanerdz)

Korean Gochu pepper
Korean Salad Pepper
Orange Habanero
Whatever comes from the seed exchange highalt is putting together.
I have a few feelers out for more options...

Limited growing space... I have a square foot garden and only one 4 x 4 foot block for chilies.

Is the Gochu you have listed Tae-yang Gochu? (used for gochugaru). I am just waiting for some now but missed out this season. How are they fresh?

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 01:41 PM

2 pots per variety

7 Pot Yellow
7 Pot Red
Scotch Bonnet
Habanero Orange
Biker bill jalapeño
Trinidad Scorpion
White Habanero
Antillais Caribbean
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 02:34 PM

I germinated 4-8 of each and kept the best 2 due to limited space. May have to keep the best one of each depending on how much patio space I'll have at my next apartment :-(

Trinidad perfume
Lemon drop
Naga morich
Magnum habanero
La reinas
Yellow Trinidad scorpion

Plus amethyst basil and blue passion flowers for fun and color lol.

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 07:48 PM

This is not my whole list.

Brain strain red & yellow
Safi red bonnet
Red scotch bonnet
Fooderama scotch bonnet
TFM scotch bonnet
Wild Brazil
Congo Trinidad
Chocolate Bhut
Yellow 7 pod
Antillais Carribean
Chocolate Scorpion
Aji Panca 2010 seed
Texas Black Pequin
Texas wild Pequin
Joe E Parker
Portugal Cayenne
Inca Red Drop
Vaquero Jalapeno
Giant Jalapeno
Jalapeno M
Tam Jalapeno
Zapotec jalapeno
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 07:57 PM

This is great, a good way to see some new types of peppers, a lot I never heard of. Thanks and keep them coming. :fireball:

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Thai Hot
Sweet Banana

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 09:07 PM

I'm a starter, so here's what i grow

Bhut jolokia
Red 7 pot
Habanero red
Habanero chocolate
Gendot (local variety)
Rawit (local variety)
Merah (local variety)
Lombok (local variety)
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Posted 03 February 2012 - 02:43 AM

Hi all (my first post)

I have been eating chillies most my life - but growing them for the very first time this year.

I have planted my first seeds 2 days ago - the weather is perfect in Durban (South Africa) with high humidity and heat just under 86F (30'C).

I have planted the following:

Yellow Habanero (18 seeds)
Jalapeno (12)
Hot Baby (12)
Butch T (6)

Cant wait to see some shooting up!

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 12:47 PM


Brain Strain
Bhut jolokia
Yellow bhut jolokia
Chocolate bhut jolokia
Trinidad Scorpion
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
Jamaican Yellow Scotch Bonnet
7 Pod Jonah
7 Pod Douglah
Cili Goronong
Congo black habanero
Mustard habanero
White habanero
Jamaican hot chocolate
Tupã Bode Vermelha
Cheiro de Norte
Red Fatalii


Orange manzano
Red recotto


Thai Demon
Piri Piri


Aji panca
Aji amarillo
Hot Lemon
Cumari Pollux (var. pendulum)


Ancho San Luis (I know you can't grow a dried pepper, I didn't name them! :P )
Ancho 101
Biker Billy
Big Jim
Jimmy Nardello
Red Cheese
Joe E. Parker
New Mexico
De arbol
Super chili
Pequin (var. glabriusculum)
Tepin (var.glabriusculum)

I may cut a few of these out since I've gotten a little carried away with varieties again.:o

Edited by Avon Barksdale, 03 February 2012 - 12:53 PM.

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 12:59 PM

superhot I hope you realize that you're going to need to write a thesis on all of those different strains to help us all glue down some info about genetics. Or at least give me a ton of pics and/or pods and I'll just write it :rofl:

Here's my finalized grow list:

TS Butch T
TS Morouga Blend
7 Pot Jonah
7 Pot Yellow
7 Pot Brain Strain
7 Pot Brain Strain Yellow
7 Pot Primo
7 Pot Barrackpore
Bhut Jolokia Red
Bhut Jolokia Chocolate
Bhut Jolokia Yellow
Naga Morich
Scotch Bonnet Papa Joe
Scotch Bonnet Foodarama
Trinidad Perfume
Congo Black
Fatalii White
CGN 21500
Aji Amarillo
Lemon Drop
Rain Forest
Cali Wonder
Banana Pepper
Cherry Pepper
Red Mini Bell
Zapotec Jalapeno
Alma Paprika
NM Joe E. Parker
Mulato Isleno
Wild Tepin
Manzano Amarillo
CGN 22792 (wild frutescens)
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Posted 04 February 2012 - 03:16 AM

-1 year Thai Pepper

-Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
-Bhut Jolokia
-Bih Jolokia
-Naga Morich
-Caribbean Red Habanero
-Red Habanero
-Chocolate Habanero
-Orange Habanero
-Scotch Bonnet
-Thai Pepper (my own strain--3x wider than normal Thai peppers)
-Thai Pepper
-Finger Hot

I have some more coming but it's a suprise

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 07:18 AM

Bhut jolokia (have 7 plants going)
chocolate habanero (have 2 plants going)
fatali (yet to plant the rest)
Mustard habanero
Jamaican Scotch Bonnet
Bishops Crown Pepper
Alma Paprika
Fish Pepper
Capulin F1 Pepper
Corno di Toro Yellow

Got most of these off of a website though the site did not sell many super hots.

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 08:34 AM

this is what I have planted so far...still a few varieties to plant left...

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 10:53 PM

Chilitepin, habanero mustard, hab peach, tabasco, ubatuba, purple cayenne, kurnool, lemon drop, cayenne yellow&red, zibabwee bird, aribib gusano, yellow Bhut, choc habalokia, fatalii yellow, choc hab, naga morich, peter pep, hungarian black, cowhorn, jalapeno ixtapa, naga jolokia, garden salsa, monzano red, cherry bomb, purple tiger condors beak, elephants trunk, sweet wrinkled oldman, choc bell, red Bhut, scottch bonnett, datalii yellow, orange hab, carribean red, jonah7 pot, trinadad scorpin, hungarian wax, jalapeno, serrano, 7pot Douglah, congo yellow trinadad. More to come

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 11:28 PM

Red Chili
Hot Red Cherry
Thai Hot
Sweet Banana
Chile de Arbol

The list keeps growing. :mouthonfire:

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