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#1 Sawyer

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 02:48 PM

Okay, time to get started.  Last year was not such a good pepper-growing year for me, but it was great in terms of getting a pepper condiment business off the ground.  My only two resolutions for 2016 are to keep better condiment production records and follow through on growing large quantities of peppers.  To that end, here's the list of varieties I have.  I won't grow everything on the list, but plan to grow most of these.  Some will only be a plant or two (for fresh seed production), some will be many, many more (for sauces and/or plant sales).  The ones marked with a leading (x), I'm out of stock, but am keeping them in the list to remind me I need to replace them (by trade mayhap, hint, hint).  Others, I think my stock is no good, either due to age or pantry moth infestation.  For the most part, those will be the first I start.  I tried to format this in multiple columns, but couldn't figure out how, so without further ado, here's the list:

 

7 Pods*:
Barrackpore(21)
Barrackpore Chocolate(3)
Brain Strain Yellow(1,11, 13)
Brain Strain Yelow (superior)(28)
Brain Strain Red(21)
Brown Standard(1,11)
Brown Standard G3
Brown Long
Brown Long G3
Burgundy
Caramel F2
Congo SR Gigantic
Douglah(1,11, 15)
Jonah(24)
Jonah G2
Large Red
Lava(13)
Mustard F2
"not Red" (a serrano-/Inca Red Drop-shaped "not")
Orange(13)
Original Red(11)
Peach F2
Primo(1,11)
Primo Yellow(24)
Red(1,12)
Red Long(9)
Yellow(12)
Yellow Large(21)
Yellow Long(9)
Yellow x Douglah(24)
White(1,3,11)

Trinidad Scorpions:
Butch T
CARDI(24)
Chocolate(6)
Moruga Brown(1,11)
Moruga Caramel(11)
Moruga Chocolate(15)
Moruga Red
Moruga Yellow(1,5,11)
Moruga/Moruga Blend Yellow(12)
Red(12)
Sweet(3)
Yellow(1(iso),11)
Yellow Original G2

Superhot Crosses/Mutations:
Arkansas Peach F2
Arkansas Reaper F3
Brown Bhutlah(15)
Bubblegum(3)
Carolina Reaper(1,6,7,14,16)
(x)D'Bhut (7P Douglah x BJ)
Devil’s Brain(11,13)
Elysium Oxide Bonnet(1,4,13)
Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion(1,3)
Jay's Red Ghost Scorpion
FG Jigsaw(28)
Funky Reaper(7)
Madballz(1,3)
Nagabrain Chocolate F3 (9)
Nagabrain Red (13)
Peach Pheno(3)
PDN x Bhut Peach (24)
Pimenta Lisa F3(9)
Red Bhutlah(15)
SBJ7(24)
Sepia Serpent(21)
Trin SB x Trin 7P(24)
Long Smooth Red (spicy banana)
 

Jolokias/Nagas:
Assam(12)
Banana Bhut F2(1,26, 30)
BJ Brown G3
BJ Giant(8)
BJ Orange(1)
BJ Peach(11)
BJ Red(1,11)
BJ White(11)
BJ Yellow(11,12)
BJ Yellow G3
Black Naga(13)
BOC(3)
Monster Naga(13)
Naga King Orange(15, 13)
Naga Morich(12)
"not white" Yellow Bhut
Peach Ghost SS(24)

Bonnets/Habaneros:

Bahamian Goat(1,3, 24)
Bonda Ma Jacques(1,3)
Brown SB(1, 24)
Brown Congo
Caribbean Mix Hab(15)
Chocolate Congo(24)
Farmers Market SB(24)
Galapagos(24)
Giant White Hab(1, 11, 15)
JA Hot Choc Hab(21)
Large Yellow-orange Hab (not GWH)
(x)Lemon Habanero
Long Brown
MoA SB G2 (1,18, 24)
MoA SB Peach(24)
Orange Hab(15)
Papa Dreadie SB Select(29)
Papa Joe Market SB(24)
Paper Lantern Hab(15)
Peach Hab(15)
Red Hab(11,15)
Schneider Farms SB(23)
(x)Snow White
Stuffing SB(24)
Trinidad Congo Red(11)
Tobago Sweet SB(24)
Yellow Congo(24)
(x)White Bullet Hab

Other C. chinenses:
Brown Egg(3)
CGN 21500(24)
Charapita
Datil(28)
Fatalii Black(13)
Fatalii Cream(15)
Fatalii White(8,13)
Fatalii Yellow(21)
Flaming Icicle(15)
Georgia Black(3)
Grenada Seasoning Yellow(15)
Mako Akokasrade
Malaysian Goronong(15)
Murupi Amarela(9)
Pimenta de Neyde(1,11)
Santa Rosa Biance(15)
Star of Turkey(11)
Tobago Treasure Red(1,3)
Tobago Treasure Yellow(11)
Tobago Treasure White(9)
Trinidad Cherry(3)
Trinidad Seasoning
White Devil's Tongue (1,3)

Jalapeños:
Ciclón, Colima, Tajin (mixed, 1)
Cracked(11)
Early(1,11,15)
Farmer's(11, 24)
Jaloro(15)
M(15)
NuMex Jalamundo(24)
NuMex Vaquero(24)
Orange(15)
Pinata(1,10)
Purple(15)
TAM(15)
Tormenta(9)

New Mexico:
64L(15)
(x)Chimayo
Joe E. Parker(15)
Fresno(24)
Heritage Big Jim(25)
Heritage 6-4(25)
Negro de Valle(15)
Sandia(15)
Santa Fe Grande(15)

 

Sweet annuums:
Bell of Göllü(24)
Bull's Heart(11)
Chocolate Beauty(15)
Corno di Toro(15)
Corno di Toro, Orange(15)
Corno di Toro, Yellow(15)
Garden Sunshine(15)
Jimmy Nardello(15)
Keystone Giant(15)
Kurtovska Kapija(20)
Marconi Golden(6)
Marconi Red(6)
Paprika, Feher Ozon(15)
Paradicsom Alaku Sarga Szentes(6)
Sheepnose(15)
Sulu Adana(11)
Syrian Three Sided(6)
Sweet Pickles(11)
Tekne Dolmasi(11)
Yellow Monster(15)

Other C. annuums:
Albanian Red Hot
Alma Paprika
(x)Amarillo Chiltepin
Black Hungarian(6)
Caloro(15)
Cayenne, Long Slim(24)
Cayenne, Mix (15)
Costeno Rojo(15)
Çumra Cherry(11, 24)
Devil Serrano(9)
Ethiopian Brown Berbere(24)
Fish(15)
Goat's Weed(11)
Harbiye(24)
Hungarian Hot Cherry(3)
Large Red Hot Cherry(1,11)
Long Red Slim(16)
Mulato Isleno(15)
Padron(15, 19)
Paprika(15)
Pasilla Bajio(6)
Pimiento de Padron(6)
Poblano(25)
Puya(15)
Shattah(24)
Takanotsume/Hawk Claw(16,17)
Tepin
Urfa Biber(20)

 

Ornamentals:
Aurora(15)
Bellingrath Gardens(15)
Black Pearl(15)
Chinese Five-Color(15)
Explosive Ember(15)
Filius Blue(15)
Golden Nugget(15)
Marbles(15)
NuMex Twilight(19)
Prairie Fire(15)
Purple Flash(15)
Shu(15)
Tricolor Variegata(15)

 

C. baccatums:
Ají Amarillo(15, 24)
Aji Cereza(24)
Ají Citó(24)
Ají Habanero(24)
Aji Lemon Drop(15)
Ají Mango(11)
Ají Melocotón(24)
Ají Panca(24)
Ají White Fantasy(24)
Birgit's Locoto(15)
Bishop's Crown (3)
(x)Blonde(3)
Brazilian Starfish(11)
El Oro de Ecuador(24)
Orchid(11)
Red Pumpkin(11)
Sugar Rush Cream(28)

C. chacoense:
Most Prolific(24)

C. pubescens:
Manzano Amarillo(27)
(x)Orange Manzano (2 types)
(x)Orange Locoto
(x)Red Manzano
Yellow Manzano(15)
Giant Mexican Rocoto(11)

 

Special Projects:
MFPJ3
MFPJ15
MFPJ28
MFPJ30
MFPJ28 F2 #2
MFPJ3 F2
MFPJ29 F2
MFPJ18 F2
MFPJ32 F3 #1
MFPJ32 F2 #3
MFPJ30 F2

 

Sources:
(1) - Self-saved
(2) - PaulG
(3) - GA. Growhead
(4) - capsidadburn
(5) - PepperLover
(6) - Baker Creek
(7) - Devv
(8) - gnslngr
(9) - meatfreak
(10) - CPI
(11) - PL
(12) - MGOLD86
(13) - jcw10tc
(14) - RFC
(15) - TWF
(16) - Pepper Joe
(17) - DesertChris
(18) - Steve954
(19) - JSS
(20) - stickman
(21) - mpicante
(22) - FL Born
(23) - Pulpiteer
(24) - Plantguy76
(25) - Sandia Seeds
(26) - HillBilly Jeff

(27) - CheriL
(28) - Joe Fish
(29) - Windcicken
(30) - Solem22

 

The first ones I start will probably be Datil, Giant Mexican Rocoto, and whatever other seeds I have of suspect viability.

(*I've decided to switch camps from the 7 Pot crowd to the 7 Pod crowd.  If CARDI calls them "Seven Pod", who am I to say differently.  Here's a link to a pdf of their 2008 variety catalog.  I really like the 7 Pot origin story, i.e., hot enough for 7 pots of stew, but whatever.  As for "pod" vs. "berry", likewise, whatever.  A tomato is a botanical berry but also a culinary vegetable.  I would like to know the origin story of "seven pod", though.  Maybe it's due to seven peppers per node or something.  I think I've seen as many as eleven per node on my 7P Peach.) 

 

Anyone wishing to see my past glogs can find them here:

 

2013 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....estfirst-sauce/
2014 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....-14-seed-offer/
2015 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....rost-1122-pics/

 

If anyone sees any varieties they'd like to try, send me a PM.  I'm open to trade, SASBE, or paypal contribution to cover postage.  Not everything is available, but ask and I'll check my stock.

 

1/17/16 edit:  Added Schneider Farms SB from Pulpiteer, updated source citations.

1/24/16 edit:  Updated list to reflect seeds received from mpicante.

2/13/16 edit:  Updated list to reflect new seeds acquired from various sources, THPers and commercial vendors alike.


Edited by Sawyer, 30 May 2016 - 01:52 PM.


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Posted 16 January 2016 - 03:05 PM

This is one serious list.Good luck on your grow.Very nice varieties.

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 03:30 PM

Okay, time to get started.  Last year was not such a good pepper-growing year for me, but it was great in terms of getting a pepper condiment business off the ground.  My only two resolutions for 2016 are to keep better condiment production records and follow through on growing large quantities of peppers.  To that end, here's the list of varieties I have.  I won't grow everything on the list, but plan to grow most of these.  Some will only be a plant or two (for fresh seed production), some will be many, many more (for sauces and/or plant sales).  The ones marked with a leading (x), I'm out of stock, but am keeping them in the list to remind me I need to replace them (by trade mayhap, hint, hint).  Others, I think my stock is no good, either due to age or pantry moth infestation.  For the most part, those will be the first I start.  I tried to format this in columns, but couldn't figure out how, so without further ado, here's the list:

7 Pods*:
(x)Barrackpore
Barrackpore Chocolate(3)
Brain Strain Yellow(1,11, 13)
(x)Brain Strain Red
Brown Standard(1,11)
Brown Standard G3
Brown Long
Brown Long G3
Burgundy
Caramel F2
Congo SR Gigantic
Douglah(1,11, 15)
Jonah(24)
Jonah G2
Large Red
Lava(13)
Mustard F2
"not Red" (a serrano-/Inca Red Drop-shaped "not")
Orange(13)
Original Red(11)
Peach F2
Primo(1,11)
Primo Yellow(24)
Red(1,12)
Red Long(9)
Yellow(12)
(x)Yellow Large
Yellow Long(9)
Yellow x Douglah(24)
White(1,3,11)

Trinidad Scorpions:
Butch T
CARDI(24)
Chocolate(6)
Moruga Brown(1,11)
Moruga Caramel(11)
Moruga Chocolate(15)
Moruga Red
Moruga Yellow(1,5,11)
Moruga/Moruga Blend Yellow(12)
Red(12)
Sweet(3)
Yellow(1(iso),11)
Yellow Original G2

Superhot Crosses/Mutations:
Arkansas Peach F2
Arkansas Reaper F3
Brown Bhutlah(15)
Bubblegum(3)
Carolina Reaper(1,6,7,14,16)
(x)D'Bhut (7P Douglah x BJ)
Devil’s Brain(11)
Elysium Oxide Bonnet(1,4)
Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion(1,3)
Jay's Red Ghost Scorpion
FG Jigsaw
Funky Reaper(7)
Madballz(1,3)
Nagabrain Chocolate F3 (9)
Nagabrain Red (13)
Peach Pheno(3)
Pimenta Lisa F3(9)
Red Bhutlah(15)
SBJ7(24)
(x)Sepia Serpent
Long Smooth Red (spicy banana)

 

Jolokias/Nagas:
Assam(12)
Banana Bhut F2(1,26)
BJ Brown G3
BJ Giant(8)
BJ Orange(1)
BJ Peach(11)
BJ Red(1,11)
BJ White(11)
BJ Yellow(11,12)
BJ Yellow G3
Black Naga(13)
BOC(3)
Monster Naga(13)
Naga King Orange(15)
Naga Morich(12)
"not white" Yellow Bhut
Peach Ghost SS(24)

Bonnets/Habaneros:
Bahamian Goat(1,3, 24)
Bonda Ma Jacques(1,3)
Brown SB(1, 24)
Brown Congo
Chocolate Congo(24)
Galapagos(24)
Giant White Hab(1, 11, 15)
(x)JA Hot Choc Hab
Large Yellow-orange Hab (not GWH)
(x)Lemon Habanero
Long Brown
MoA SB G2 (1,18, 24)
Orange Hab(15)
Papa Joe Market SB(24)
Paper Lantern Hab(15)
Peach Hab(15)
Red Hab(11,15)
(x)Snow White
Trinidad Congo Red(11)
Yellow Congo(24)
(x)White Bullet Hab

Other C. chinenses:
Brown Egg(3)
CGN 21500(24)
Charapita
Datil
Fatalii Black(13)
Fatalii Cream(15)
Fatalii White(8,13)
(x)Fatalii Yellow
Flaming Icicle(15)
Georgia Black(3)
Grenada Seasoning Yellow(15)
Mako Akokasrade
Malaysian Goronong(15)
Murupi Amarela(9)
Pimenta de Neyde(1,11)
Star of Turkey(11)
Tobago Treasure Red(1,3)
Tobago Treasure Yellow(11)
Tobago Treasure White(9)
Trinidad Cherry(3)
Trinidad Seasoning
White Devil's Tongue (1,3)

Jalapeños:
Ciclón, Colima, Tajin (mixed, 1)
Cracked(11)
Early(1,11,15)
Farmer's(11, 24)
Jaloro(15)
Joe E. Parker(15)
M(15)
Orange(15)
Pinata(1,10)
Purple(15)
TAM(15)
Tormenta(9)

New Mexico:
64L(15)
(x)Chimayo
Joe E. Parker(15)
Fresno(24)
Heritage Big Jim(25)
Heritage 6-4(25)
Sandia(15)
Santa Fe Grande(15)

 

Sweet annuums:
Bell of Göllü(24)
Bull's Heart(11)
Chocolate Beauty(15)
Corno di Toro(15)
Corno di Toro, Orange(15)
Corno di Toro, Yellow(15)
Jimmy Nardello(15)
Kurtovska Kapija(20)
Marconi Golden(6)
Marconi Red(6)
Paprika, Feher Ozon(15)
Paradicsom Alaku Sarga Szentes(6)
Sheepnose(15)
Sulu Adana(11)
Syrian Three Sided(6)
Sweet Pickles(11)
Tekne Dolmasi(11)
Yellow Monster(15)

Other C. annuums:
Albanian Red Hot
Alma Paprika
(x)Amarillo Chiltepin
Black Hungarian(6)
Caloro(15)
Cayenne, Long Slim(24)
Costeno Rojo(15)
Çumra Cherry(11, 24)
Devil Serrano(9)
Ethiopian Brown Berbere(24)
(x)Fish
Goat's Weed(11)
Harbiye(24)
Hungarian Hot Cherry(3)
Large Red Hot Cherry(1,11)
Long Red Slim(16)
Mulato Isleno(15)
Padron(15, 19)
Paprika(15)
Pasilla Bajio(6)
Pimiento de Padron(6)
Poblano(25)
Puya(15)
Shattah(24)
Takanotsume/Hawk Claw(16,17)
Tepin
Urfa Biber(20)

 

Ornamentals:
Aurora(15)
Bellingrath Gardens(15)
Black Pearl(15)
Chinese Five-Color(15)
Explosive Ember(15)
Golden Nugget(15)
Marbles(15)
NuMex Twilight(19)
Prairie Fire(15)
Purple Flash(15)
Tricolor Variegata(15)

 

C. baccatums:
Ají Amarillo(15, 24)
Ají Citó(24)
Ají Habañero(24)
Ají Mango(11)
Ají Melocotón(24)
Ají Panca(24)
Ají White Fantasy(24)
Birgit's Locoto(15)
Bishop's Crown (3)
(x)Blonde(3)
Brazilian Starfish(11)
Orchid(11)
Red Pumpkin(11)

C. chacoense:
Most Prolific(24)

C. pubescens:
(x)Manzano Amarillo
(x)Orange Manzano (2 types)
(x)Orange Locoto
(x)Red Manzano
(x)Yellow Manzano
Giant Mexican Rocoto(11)

Special Projects:
MFPJ3
MFPJ15
MFPJ28
MFPJ30

 

Sources:
(1) - Self-saved
(2) - PaulG
(3) - GA. Growhead
(4) - capsidadburn
(5) - PepperLover
(6) - Baker Creek
(7) - Devv
(8) - gnslngr
(9) - meatfreak
(10) - CPI
(11) - PL
(12) - MGOLD86
(13) - jcw10tc
(14) - RFC
(15) - TWF
(16) - Pepper Joe
(17) - DesertChris
(18) - Steve954
(19) - JSS
(20) - stickman
(21) - jcw10tc
(22) - FL Born
(23) - Pulpiteer
(24) - Plantguy76
(25) - Sandia Seeds
(26) - HillBilly Jeff

 

The first ones I start will probably be Datil, Giant Mexican Rocoto, and whatever other seeds I have of suspect viability.

(*I've decided to switch camps from the 7 Pot crowd to the 7 Pod crowd.  If CARDI calls them "Seven Pod", who am I to say differently.  Here's a link to a pdf of their 2008 variety catalog.  I really like the 7 Pot origin story, i.e., hot enough for 7 pots of stew, but whatever.  As for "pod" vs. "berry", likewise, whatever.  A tomato is a botanical berry but also a culinary vegetable.  I would like to know the origin story of "seven pod", though.  Maybe it's due to seven peppers per node or something.  I think I've seen as many as eleven per node on my 7P Peach.) 

 

Anyone wishing to see my past glogs can find them here:

 

2013 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....estfirst-sauce/
2014 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....-14-seed-offer/
2015 Glog:  http://thehotpepper....rost-1122-pics/

 

If anyone sees any varieties they'd like to try, send me a PM.  I'm open to trade, SASBE, or paypal contribution to cover postage.  Not everything is available, but ask and I'll check my stock.

Great list just ordered the Cardi Moruga Red Scotch Bonnet form Juanitos :high: 
My theory is that so many generations ago the Moruga Red Scotch Bonnet crossed with the Yellow Moa & it came out in the yellow moa years later as my over winter closely matches the red mourga sb pics ;) 
I will be following your glog & looking over your lists the Banana Bhut is one that comes to mind :fireball: 
All the best for you this season & for your pepper condiment business :dance:  :party:  :hotsauce:  :mouthonfire:


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Posted 16 January 2016 - 04:04 PM

I am lucky to have your Arkansas Peach which I believe I am possibly the only one in the UK to be growing this variety .... looking forward to following your glog ... nice list all the very best for this forthcoming season

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 04:04 PM

Good luck in '16 that is a nice list to choose from.

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 04:27 PM

Good luck with your growing, looks like you will be busy, hopefully better luck than last year.



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Posted 16 January 2016 - 04:38 PM

What a list!  Good luck!  



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Posted 16 January 2016 - 04:55 PM

Best of luck, What size of a growing area are you working with?



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Posted 16 January 2016 - 05:19 PM

Great to see u with such impressive list! Best wishes for that year!

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 05:50 PM

You must have some nice property with a list and qty you got. Impressive!

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Posted 16 January 2016 - 10:43 PM

Sawyer grows man... he isn't playing around! Good luck my friend

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Posted 17 January 2016 - 04:36 PM

This is one serious list.Good luck on your grow.Very nice varieties.

Thank you!

 

Great list just ordered the Cardi Moruga Red Scotch Bonnet form Juanitos :high: 
My theory is that so many generations ago the Moruga Red Scotch Bonnet crossed with the Yellow Moa & it came out in the yellow moa years later as my over winter closely matches the red mourga sb pics ;) 
I will be following your glog & looking over your lists the Banana Bhut is one that comes to mind :fireball: 
All the best for you this season & for your pepper condiment business :dance:  :party:  :hotsauce:  :mouthonfire:

Thank you on all points.  Interesting theory on the Moruga Red SB.  I'm not really familiar with that one; how is the flavor?  Yes, I'm really hoping the banana bhut grows true.  I've got my own original seed and some next-gen seed from Hillbilly Jeff that he said did have the banana fragrance.

 

I am lucky to have your Arkansas Peach which I believe I am possibly the only one in the UK to be growing this variety .... looking forward to following your glog ... nice list all the very best for this forthcoming season

That's awesome, Trident!  Did it grow true to type?  For some who have grown it, it reverted to a red color.  I think Pulpiteer had some that grew true.  It's ultimately derived from the Carolina Reaper, so it should be warm, too.

 

Good luck in '16 that is a nice list to choose from.

Thank you!

 

Good luck with your growing, looks like you will be busy, hopefully better luck than last year.

Thanks, Justin.  Doing a better job on growing this year is my resolution for 2016.  Well, that, and keeping better records for sauce production.

 

What a list!  Good luck!  

Thanks!  I'm going to need it.

 

Best of luck, What size of a growing area are you working with?

Thank you.  My main garden space is 50'x100', but that has to accommodate all the regular garden stuff I grow as well as the peppers.  (Plus I have some bamboo encroaching on one end.)  I'm going to have nearly as many plants in containers as in the ground, though, and I have plenty of space for those.

 

Great to see u with such impressive list! Best wishes for that year!

Thanks, Giancarlo.  I just found your 2016 glog.  I'll have to get over there and check it out soon.  Good luck to you, too!

 

You must have some nice property with a list and qty you got. Impressive!

Thanks!  I have less than 2 acres w/ multiple buildings, but it's plenty to keep me busy.  In addition to the 50'x100' space noted above I'm considering tilling up my front yard and turning it into a garden.  I can probably get another 35'x50' space there between the house and the apple trees.  There's a bigger space on the SW corner of the place, but it's really rocky, so that's where I'll be putting a lot containers.

 

Sawyer grows man... he isn't playing around! Good luck my friend

Lol.  Thanks!



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Posted 17 January 2016 - 04:48 PM

I have some Manzano Amarillo if you want to pm me your addy you can have them.

 

They are from Pepperlover this fall.



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Posted 17 January 2016 - 05:01 PM

Wow, what a list ... That's just insane :)
Will follow this glog for sure...
Congrats and good luck with the grow.

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Posted 17 January 2016 - 05:06 PM

I have some Manzano Amarillo if you want to pm me your addy you can have them.

 

They are from Pepperlover this fall.

Thanks, Cheri.  Will do so soon.  Let me know if there's something I can send in trade.  BTW, love your avatar.  Siamese?

 

Wow, what a list ... That's just insane :)
Will follow this glog for sure...
Congrats and good luck with the grow.

Thanks, Uros.  It's going to be a busy year, that's for sure.



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Posted 17 January 2016 - 05:20 PM

Thanks, Cheri.  Will do so soon.  Let me know if there's something I can send in trade.  BTW, love your avatar.  Siamese?

 

most likely, I just snitched it from facebook. I love spiders so it is sorta a funny for me.



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Posted 17 January 2016 - 06:06 PM

most likely, I just snitched it from facebook. I love spiders so it is sorta a funny for me.

 

If you like spiders, you should check out this post in my 2013 glog.  I think it was identified as a wolf spider.



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Posted 17 January 2016 - 07:35 PM

If you like spiders, you should check out this post in my 2013 glog.  I think it was identified as a wolf spider.

Very cool spider. Tuesday I am getting a tattoo of a photorealistic 3d brown widow on my leg.
Maybe I like them a little more then is sane lol

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Posted 17 January 2016 - 09:13 PM

Whoa what a grow !

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Posted 18 January 2016 - 09:02 AM

Very impressive list, it's hard to choose between so many varieties.

Good luck for your 2016 season!







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