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#2501 stettoman

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Posted 22 May 2019 - 01:33 PM

A few years ago (my first year growing beyond Anaheims, Jalas and Bells), Malarky sent me a Christmas card full of seeds, including a variety called Rocoto Amarillo. He explained that the weird black seeds came from a member named Greenchilemonster.

I was green and never thought to save seeds then, but I made an ambrosia jelly of those Rocoto Amarillos. I want to make more, but can't find the seed anywhere, at least by that name....

GREENCHILEMONSTER TO THE RESCUE!!!!!

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Posted 22 May 2019 - 01:37 PM

Bhuter offered up a trade to me cuz I was whining that the sauces in my pantry were boring.  I was referring to the sauces from other companies that we use, like Sweet Spicy Girl, El Fuego, and some others.  Granted, they are great sauces!  Don't get me wrong!...but we'd had nothing new in a while.

 

He also offered some pepper seeds for a making hot sauce class.  Not only did he send the seeds, he individually packaged and labeled them!  I asked for a couple rocoto and a couple aji seeds....he sent 10 varieties!  Thanks for the variety of sauces and seeds, Adam.  PepperPeopleRock!!!

 

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Youwza!  Those hungarian sauces are HOT...one of them is basically a pepper puree as 50% is superhots and 20% is hungarian hot peppers.  The Elijas is very interesting, great smell, made with black cherries.  Pretty good.  And of course, IronMike's.  Been a few years, but we had it before. 

Good Stuff~

 

 

Man, how some of the sauces I've sent really get around!!! :rofl:



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Posted 22 May 2019 - 03:24 PM

And they will travel a little further, to be shared at the campout and hopefully to next years hot sauce class. :)
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Posted 22 May 2019 - 04:04 PM

fook ya!

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Posted 23 May 2019 - 07:27 PM

Salsa Lady ~ "Youwza!  Those hungarian sauces are HOT."

 

Hungarians don't always be.

 

Like they be.

 

But they do.



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Posted 24 May 2019 - 01:59 PM

Biiiiiiig shout out to TheGreenChileMonster for the hook-up!

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He threw in extra Pacae seeds so I can pass some out. If anybody wants a few, let me know!
Thanks, Dale!!! :party:
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Another yabba-dabba-doo happy dance :dance: as I received another envelope from OZ. Thank you, SR for the awesome maters!!!
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Thank you both!!! PPATB!!!

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Posted 24 May 2019 - 08:12 PM

Awesome stuff Bhuter and you're certainly deserving of the goodness!

 

And a shout out back in your direction for the package that arrived here.  Can't thank you enough for hooking me up with the isolated USDA Cardenasii seed.  Going to drop a couple in to an overnight H2O2 soak right now and hopefully I'll be able to back-fill my breeding pair.  Really psyched about the other varieties as well. Can't thank ya enough!

 

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Posted 24 May 2019 - 08:42 PM

i mentioned in a thread i started that my local stores didn`t have a new(to Bonnieplants) pepper they started selling this year. they call it Mad Hatter and i think it may be similar to a Bishop`s Crown.  member Orekoc said he would check his local stores and after hunting around a bit he found some. two days later a SFRB shows up with 2 mad hatters and 1 bishops crown in excellent packaging. all made the trip just fine and were planted quickly and are doing fine. pepper people are the best!

 

 

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Posted Yesterday, 08:01 AM

Nice idea on the packaging orekoc!

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Posted Yesterday, 10:41 AM

another shout out to Bhuter for sharing some of his newly acquired awesome wild seeds with me as well 

next years grow is gonna be  WILD  :dance:  :woohoo: 

 

Thanks again Adam

 

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Posted Yesterday, 11:19 AM

Thanks!  Those are tubes from the paper towel roles the janitor saved for me at work.  They are heavy duty.

Nice idea on the packaging orekoc!

 


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Posted Yesterday, 11:41 AM

Nice idea on the packaging orekoc!

 

Seconded

 

Thanks!  Those are tubes from the paper towel roles the janitor saved for me at work.  They are heavy duty.

 

 

I'm looking at similar options as I have a few plants to send.  Great idea for extra reinforcement against crushing.






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