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#1 RalphTheChilihead

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Posted 24 September 2014 - 02:54 PM

What is your want list for 2015????

#2 Rymerpt

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Posted 24 September 2014 - 03:12 PM

I think I'm gonna tone it down a little and go for flavor.

Purple Jalapeno (wife likes purple)

Bishops Crown

Brazilian starfish

Fatallis

Ajis

Thais

Ghost


Something along those lines

Maybe Peter pepper (shock value) if I can find seeds

Edited by Rymerpt, 24 September 2014 - 03:13 PM.

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#3 ajijoe

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Posted 24 September 2014 - 03:34 PM

still looking for "REAL"

 

WHITE GIANT HABANERO

 

ORANGE AJI TEAPOT

 

but cant seemed to find a source of true seeds for these two and the ones that have them are expensive and even when you pay top buck your not guaranteed you gonna get what you want

 

most everything else i need i have, im gearing up this year more for sauce making and personal use since i stopped selling seeds

so here goes

 

GALAPAGOS RED HAB

MUSTARD HAB

RED BHUT

7 POT BUBBLEGUM

WILD BRAZIL

AJI OMNI COLOE

AJI PANCA

AJI YELLOW

AJI PINEAPPLE

RED HOT PAPER LANTERN HAB

BIKER BILLY JAL

FOOLED YOU JAL

AUSTRALIAN LANTERN HAB

AJIJOES CHOCOLATE HAND GRENADE HAB (a personal creation)

 

 

there are a few more and will decide as i go

 

thanks your friend Joe

 

 

 

here are a few i remember


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Posted 24 September 2014 - 05:06 PM

Mine is a open list.

It's such a small pepper,How hot can it be? 


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Posted 24 September 2014 - 05:23 PM

All I know right now is that I want some Aleppo seeds. Heard just will have them on her site before next season. And maybe whatever the other tricks up her sleeve are!

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Posted 25 September 2014 - 01:25 AM

Sepia Serpent and any new 7 Pot's such as the Lava and Mustard ... might have to wait a while though  :violin:


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Posted 25 September 2014 - 01:38 AM

Would like some seeds of Cheiro Roxa, Brazilian Starfish, Purira (or at least Cheiro Roxa). And I think (or I hope will have the strenght to...) this will close my list, because too much is too much, and I have no endless garden...


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Posted 25 September 2014 - 04:25 AM

I'm starting a Frutescens grow RIGHTarrow-10x10.png now - if all the seeds sprout...

adorno , SURYAMUKHI , cap 829 , PI 355395 , aji pajarito , fire serrano , AJI PAJARITO DE BALEARES , DANTE DE PIERRO , brazilian malagueta , ata ijos ,PIMENTE MALAGUETA , PUTA MADRE , gundu red , CAP 1455 , CAP 650 , CAP 467 , DAGGER POD , XIAO MI LA , NDUNGU , polo pipiki , cobra , nepali orange , nanded , tabasco greenleaf , TABASCO CROSS , acrata , costa rican tabasco , takanotsume , THAI , raja's pride , bangalore torpedo , cgn 22168 not awi , LAUNGI , RAWIT SATAN , bradley's bahamian , angkor sunrice , CHENZO , short tabasco , yellow tabasco , cgn 22792 , morocco , hot portugal , PILIPILE MBOGA , CAP 869 , meght , LOCO , DAMINI , african devil , purple naga jolokia , lombok , PI 257083 , Aji chilco Calentana , Ata Barukono , CABIA BURONG , Flame Fountain , JINDUNGO , Hawiian wild Frutescens , Api , Punjab small hot , KURNOOL , GRIF 9265 , GRIF 197 , red chile , pc1 , WIRI WIRI , not eximium (59414)type1 , pi 195770 , new delhi long , purira , cabe rawit , cap 497 , PIRI PIRI , vietnamese tear jerker , siling lubuyu , thai birds eye , donne sali , timplin bird , duke pequin.

older seeds from my collection - 

agnellos gold narrow , agnellos gold thick , ae ornamental , aji frutescens , ACHAR INDIA , african pequin , aji amarillo mirasol , AJI BROWN baccatum , AJI CACHUCHA , aji centro americas , aji crystal , aji dulce yellow , aji gold , aji habanero , AJI LIMO , aji limo red , AJI NORTENO , aji orange , aji pilange , AJI PINAPPLE , aji red , aji red,orange yellow , aji santa cruz , aji verde , anaheim m , ANAHEIM , ANCHO RED , ANCIENT SWEET.


LARGE CAPS = SPROUTED SEEDS

 

Looking for anything in small caps above or any Frutescens not on the list above.


Edited by smokemaster, 26 September 2014 - 02:58 AM.


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Posted 29 September 2014 - 08:37 PM

All the available colors of BBG 7 and Bhutlahs plus these: yea, pretty sure Im missing a few on the list of wants. If you got seeds, my collection for trade is as nice as my want list.. maybe nicer since i have a lot of superheats and thats why I'm looking for the habs level heat. I know i have braz starfish, aleppo, bishops

7 Pot Barrackpore

7 Pot Brown

7 Pot Bubblegum

7 Pot Burgandy

7 Pot Chaguanas Red

7 Pot Douglah Yellow

7 Pot Infinity

7 Pot Jonah

7 Pot Primo

7 Pot Red

7 Pot Rennie Brown

7 Pot Rennie Red

7 Pot White

7 Pot Yellow

Aji Amarillo

Aji Benito

Aji Brazilian Starfish

Aji Chuncho

Aji Crystal

Aji Dulce Red

Aji Dulce Yellow

Amish Bush

Bahamian Goat

Bengal Naga Peach

Bengal Naga Red

Bhut Jolokia Assam

Bhut Jolokia Chocolate

Black Stinger

Cayenne Yellow

Cornish Naga

Daisy Cutter MA

Daisy Cutter MA Yellow

Defcon 7

Devils Tongue Brown

Dorset Naga

Fatalii Chocolate

Habalokia Brown

Habanero Adalberto

Habanero Chocolate

Habanero Harold St Barts

Habanero Jamaican Hot Chocolate

Habanero Lemon-yellow?

Habanero Martinique

Habanero Mustard

Habanero Orange

Habanero Orange Blob

Habanero Paper Lantern

Habanero Peach

Habanero Peruvian White

Habanero Red

Habanero Red Caribbean

Habanero Red Savina

Jalapeno Jaloro

Jalapeno Purple

Madballz Brown

Madballz Brown

Madballz Red

Madballz Red

Mafeking Mauve SR

Naga Morich

Naglah Brown

Naglah Red

Peter Pepper Orange

Pimenta Elisir Bhut x Neyde

Red Stinger

Royal Golden

Savina 7 Red

Savina 7 Yellow

Scotch Bonnet Orange

TMS Red

TMS Yellow

TS Butch T Red

TS Butch T x 7 Pot Douglah

TS Butch T Yellow

TS Chocolate

TS Green

TS Orange

TS Yellow

Yaki Brown

Yaki Red



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Posted 29 September 2014 - 10:11 PM

More Baccatums!

 

THP Member Impending Bending (hasn't been around in quite a while) generously gave me a dozen or so superhot plants.  They're fun, and I'll enjoy giving the pods to friends, etc., but I'm afraid I'm not worthy - I really don't enjoy having my mouth blasted by something like a Brainstrain.  Maybe I'll get there, but for now my A.Limon, Lumbre, Dragon Cayenne, LT Cayenne, and others provide more than enough heat.

 

So, Aji Pineapple, Omnicolor, Amarillo, Inca Red Drop, Braz Starfish, Bishop's Hat, and several others on my 'seeds to get' list will be growing next year.

 

Apart from the Baccatum, I'll also grow a few more of the New Mexico style peppers.  They are great for munching / roasting / cooking, etc.  Large, fleshy, tasty - very practical!  :)

 

Seeking Yaki Blue seeds, just 'cause it looks so awesome. 

 

I'm sure I'll grow a few assorted Haba, Datil, Fatali, and Ghost / Bhut style plants.


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Posted 30 September 2014 - 05:09 PM

Hmm doing pretty well knocking out seeds on my wish list so far especially considering this will be my 1st year growing from seed. Last 7 or 8 years have been all seedling grows from CCN. They've got a great selection and are good at keeping up with the new "IT" chiles like BBG7, Brain Strains and Carolina Reaper but as my grow has multiplied each year so has the cost. Will be close to 100 plants if not more this year so CCN just isn't an option. Thanks to two awesome people (Judy and Chris Phillips) I have a huge selection already. Have had to buy most everything which is fine since I don't have anything to trade yet but with all the freebies from Judy and Chris hasn't cost me too much so much thanks to them.

 

WISH list: Katie and a few more Lucy (would love to grow these), ANY 7 Pot Lavas (if Judy releases this year, fingers crossed),  Chocolate Brain Strain (huge wish item but still unstable so not gonna happen),  Borg 9 Regular and Bleeding (unstable),  Naga Brain choc and red,  Sepia Serpent,  UBSC,  Jonah Orange,  and any cool super hot crosses I might find from now til January (so many popping up everyday it's crazy)

 

Others I still need to pick up that will be much easier found/bought:  Choc Scorpion,  Gourmet Jigsaw,  Choc Moruga Scorp (have Judy's brown),  Brazilian Ghost brown (have red),  Brazilian Brain Strain

 

I'm sure many more will be added to my list as weeks go by and new crosses are discovered. I just love to grow super hots, watching them go from tiny seed/seedling and growing taller and fuller. Those first flowers finally setting and tiny peppers starting to grow and turn all colors. Harvesting those beauties and cutting, drying, etc. The pungent smell that fills the house and chases the rest of the normal family out lol. The first taste of fire from your first ripe pod of the season well that's something special. This hobby has really helped me through some tough times and grown into my main passion. And thanks to this forum and the info and great people here I'm now able to grow peppers I've never heard of and might not have ever. So thank you to everyone here for making this such a great place.






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