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#101 Hirnsausen

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Posted 01 October 2018 - 08:53 AM

The yellow ones look really like mustard. You actually could name them "Hell's Mustard" or "Mustard of the Apocalypse", if they are very hot, based on their distinctive color.    :-D


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Posted 01 October 2018 - 08:59 AM

ShitGum Yellow (Shishito x Yellow BBG) these are a couple of seed savers.

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ShitGum Orange (shishito x Yellow BBG) already posted some of these but I love showing them off  :P  these are a couple seed savers. 

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Another pheno of my TFM X Yellow BBG

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Posted 16 October 2018 - 05:30 AM

Last summer I crossed two Italian varieties, annuum Mazzo Rossetti Etna (Etna Red Bouquet, after the volcano) with something I had found at a local nursery called Naga Morich Salmone, chinense (although it was doubtfully related to the original Naga Morich).

 

Several of the 10 or so seeds I planted germinated, resulting in one very healthy and fruitful plant which is now in its second round of harvest.

 

 

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Unripe pods on the plant (and evidence of leaf-cutter bees :P )

 

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Small handful of ripe/ripening peppers. 

 

 

Comparing the parent plants, the Etna plants were very short and bushy, ornamental looking, with clusters of little red peppers. The Naga Morich Salmone plant was very tall and leggy, with longer creamy-salmon colored pods, some with a pinkish blush to them, and had an accordion-like shape closer to the stem. 

My plant took the height of the N.M.S and the longer pods, with some variance in the shape of the peppers (they're someone pinched, not totally rounded), however the red color and the fullness of the plant (tall not very thick, not leggy or gangly) are reminiscient of the Etna.  

 

Can't wait to try these and see how they taste, and if I'm able to get good seeds out of them. 


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Posted 16 October 2018 - 05:39 AM

I love that shitgum orange!  :P

 

ShitGum Yellow (Shishito x Yellow BBG) these are a couple of seed savers.

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ShitGum Orange (shishito x Yellow BBG) already posted some of these but I love showing them off  :P  these are a couple seed savers. 

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Another pheno of my TFM X Yellow BBG

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Posted 16 October 2018 - 07:41 AM

Last summer I crossed two Italian varieties, annuum Mazzo Rossetti Etna (Etna Red Bouquet, after the volcano) with something I had found at a local nursery called Naga Morich Salmone, chinense (although it was doubtfully related to the original Naga Morich).
 
Several of the 10 or so seeds I planted germinated, resulting in one very healthy and fruitful plant which is now in its second round of harvest.
 
 
1hfptu.jpg
 
Unripe pods on the plant (and evidence of leaf-cutter bees :P )
 
15z11e1.jpg
 
Small handful of ripe/ripening peppers. 
 
 
Comparing the parent plants, the Etna plants were very short and bushy, ornamental looking, with clusters of little red peppers. The Naga Morich Salmone plant was very tall and leggy, with longer creamy-salmon colored pods, some with a pinkish blush to them, and had an accordion-like shape closer to the stem. 
My plant took the height of the N.M.S and the longer pods, with some variance in the shape of the peppers (they're someone pinched, not totally rounded), however the red color and the fullness of the plant (tall not very thick, not leggy or gangly) are reminiscient of the Etna.  
 
Can't wait to try these and see how they taste, and if I'm able to get good seeds out of them. 

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Posted 16 October 2018 - 07:55 AM

Here's one of my Cheiro do Norte x Golden Camo pods grown out by someone else one giant pod. e13177d77e4f02bcf2ebe2c33c92a1c6.jpg

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Posted 16 October 2018 - 09:25 AM

Impressive! Thanks, Mid and Smokin' Hot, for these awesome reports! We all are curious about the flavors (heat alone is not everything). Please let us know, as soon as possible!



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Posted 16 October 2018 - 09:49 AM

I imagine a successful cross feels like a Dr. Frankenstein moment. "It's alive! AHAHAHAHA IT'S ALIVE!"



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Posted 17 October 2018 - 11:43 AM

:-D



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Posted 03 February 2019 - 10:16 AM

Here's a few of mine, these winter babies are tiny.
Upper left (Starfish x Aji Dulce Yellow) x Aji Dulce Yellow

Upper right isn't mine, its bbg7xsrtsl

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left is Jabooty F1 (brown bhut x Jamaican Bird)
Middle is Brown F2
Right is a red F2
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Posted 04 February 2019 - 11:08 PM




Got a chocolate this generation with my Black Naga x Peri-Peri F2.

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These are so awesome!! What's the flavor like on them? Are they an upright? 



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Posted 06 February 2019 - 07:42 PM

I like those a lot. :)  Very unique.

 

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These are so awesome!! What's the flavor like on them? Are they an upright? 

 



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Posted 14 February 2019 - 06:03 PM

This must be a cross between a brown bhutlah that iv been growing for years, and a wild fijian bird pepper that goes by the name of "junglee mircha", which literlaly translates to "wild peppers".

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Posted 15 February 2019 - 04:12 PM

 

 Wow that Shitgum Orange is gorgeous! What generation are those? 



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Posted 15 February 2019 - 06:09 PM

 
These are so awesome!! What's the flavor like on them? Are they an upright? 

Yes these look cool a chocolate fructensen is so cool the birds eye looks dominate but that color from the black Naga is unique yes what's flavor like

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Posted 16 February 2019 - 09:44 AM

 Wow that Shitgum Orange is gorgeous! What generation are those? 

Thanks, those were F2. 



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Posted 14 March 2019 - 12:30 PM

If I see those bubblegum hybrids, how the fruits start to give their color pigment to the plant, I wonder if we eventually will have hybrids one day that give the fruit color to ALL the branches and stems of that plant. That would be cool!

For now, we could establish a seed pool for all those who want to create a hybrid from selected chili varieties and swap those seeds with other seeds or other things (chili seeds, seeds of other plants, things not being seeds). What are your opinions about that?



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Posted 14 March 2019 - 04:28 PM

If I see those bubblegum hybrids, how the fruits start to give their color pigment to the plant, I wonder if we eventually will have hybrids one day that give the fruit color to ALL the branches and stems of that plant. That would be cool!

For now, we could establish a seed pool for all those who want to create a hybrid from selected chili varieties and swap those seeds with other seeds or other things (chili seeds, seeds of other plants, things not being seeds). What are your opinions about that?

Pretty cool. So how shall we make such a group.

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Posted 15 March 2019 - 04:17 AM

Everyone who wants to be a part of this seed swap, could post here what seeds (s)he has, and maybe also, what seeds (s)he wants.


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Posted 15 March 2019 - 12:24 PM

Now this is a thread worth going through page by page. Such great pepper pictures everyone!

 

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