Thanks again, TGCM, for the seeds and for everything you do for this community. As usual, I'm growing a bunch of yellow Bonnets (probably 36 plants, plus i got some buddies stoked to take my culls, do I'll be involved with some extras as well) and I'm hoping this will be the year that the Dreadies perform as well for me as they have for other folks on here...
Update, pics to come: I have been eating ripe Dreadies all week. I got six plants in a raised bed out back, and I gave two plants to my buddy Dave-- he was stoked to harvest his first two homegrown Yella Scotch Bonnets yesterday; both came off the same Dreadie plant, grown from seeds I got from TGCM.
But yeah, I gotta post some pics. The pods' shapes are still a bit irregular on this first wave of pods, but the spikes and warts are presenting nicely. One thing the pics will not show is the flavor; we've been podtesting these, head-to-head, versus other Yella Bonnets and all my chile buddies agree that the initial sweet fruitiness of the Dreadies is tough to beat.
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