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#1 AndyW

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 11:26 AM

What pepper(s) are you looking forward to the most this year? Mine is probably the P. Dreadie. It has a wonderful story and I've heard it described as a great pepper.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 11:37 AM

Pumpkin Habanero :)

 



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 11:58 AM

WM peach bhut

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 12:09 PM

Probably jpgs, along with the other peach bhuts. But there are definitely others that I'm excited about too

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 12:41 PM

Pumpkin Habanero :)

 

I want to grow that one next year let mw know if you want to swap flat rate boxes of fresh pods this year.



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 12:42 PM

Too many but i'm excited for the yellow borg 9 and Chocolate and Red Umorok ghost pepper.



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 01:37 PM

p dreadie, swiss chocolate, brazilian starfish, swamp thing and tepin x lemondrop

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 02:29 PM

Growing acouple cool ones, my most anticipated are the arowana egg pepper i brought back from guyana, willtoes's wiri wiri, some aji chaparita, bah goat x 7 pot yellow cross, and the galapagonese long i got from AP



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 03:23 PM

Was excited about JPGS, as they had sprouted, only to vanish in a wind gust gone bad.  I will still be content with Red Bhuts, habaneros, and scotch bonnets, and a few stragglers.  The Pimentos I started are no doing well now and are loosing leaf, probably due to cold temps we got and watering.  The pimentos were a Burpee seed variety, started off strong, but just went blah.  not a high priority, but still frustrating.



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 03:33 PM

For me, it's the Yaki Blue Fawn.
The seedling has only two pairs of real leaves but they're already beautifully purple with silvery reflections.

I can't wait to see the purple/blue pods.

 

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 03:40 PM

I want my sb7j's to be awesome

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 03:50 PM

These big brown apples  :dance:

 

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 05:10 PM

For me, it's the Yaki Blue Fawn.
The seedling has only two pairs of real leaves but they're already purple with silvery reflections.
I can't wait to see the purple/blue pods.
 
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Those leaves are beautiful. I may have to grow that next year.


These big brown apples  :dance:
 
Pic courtesy of Pr0digal_son
 
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Brown rocoto?
Pubes have always seemed interesting but I'm jot very familiar with them.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 05:55 PM

I want to grow that one next year let mw know if you want to swap flat rate boxes of fresh pods this year.

Im in Canada so Shipping would be Prohibitive unfortunately.



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 06:06 PM

there are so many new to me Wilds that i am extremely excited about

(Those i didn't accidentally kill or prevent from germinating anyway :mope: )

 

but in addition to those, I am excited to see how my overwintered Yaki Blue does.

Here she was last year in all her beauty

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and a close-up

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another I am super excited about this year is Major Pain x Yaki Blue from Mojo Peppers

 

I have not grown Major Pain and did not see the seeds available or I would be growing that too :D

here is a pic of Major Pain (clearly not my pic)

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if anyone else is growing this one and would like to share pics that'd be fantastic  :!:

 

I am growing, and super excited about this one though  :dance:

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Here is my sprout as of my last Glog update;

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I'm also pretty excited about Pimenta Puma x Reaper

(seeds originally from FordsFieryFoods I think he still has some available)

here is my pics of one of the phenotypes i saved from a couple years ago which stock i planted from this year 

RmEAlLX.jpg

VQaT0Oy.jpg

X52w7o5.jpg

 

and here is the darkest foliage sprout of that cross this year

I've also got a peach pod light foliage pheno  couple year old overwinter  but that's a whole different project

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Another i'm pretty excited about growing this year is Bloody Riot Orange 

I believe this is originally from Chili-Riot

I got my seeds for this from whitehotpeppers

i think they are still available

I can only hope that they will look and taste this awesome again this year

km4veCk.jpg

mVPvfT1.jpg

IQh0FPk.jpg

 

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I'm probably forgetting so many...

 

they are all exciting and anticipated  :P

 

 

 

:cheers:

 


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Posted 10 March 2018 - 06:20 PM

there are so many new to me Wilds that i am extremely excited about
(Those i didn't accidentally kill or prevent from germinating anyway :mope: )
 
but in addition to those, I am excited to see how my overwintered Yaki Blue does.
Here she was last year in all her beauty
9pTnG9G.jpg
and a close-up
20332aZ.jpg
 
 
another I am super excited about this year is Major Pain x Yaki Blue from Mojo Peppers
 
I have not grown Major Pain and did not see the seeds available or I would be growing that too :D
here is a pic of Major Pain (clearly not my pic)
WJhup9M.jpg
if anyone else is growing this one and would like to share pics that'd be fantastic  :!:
 
I am growing, and super excited about this one though  :dance:
pLOTqUa.jpg
 
Here is my sprout as of my last Glog update;
GYG2fYq.jpg
 
I'm also pretty excited about Pimenta Puma x Reaper
(seeds originally from FordsFieryFoods I think he still has some available)
here is my pics of one of the phenotypes i saved from a couple years ago which stock i planted from this year 
RmEAlLX.jpg
VQaT0Oy.jpg
X52w7o5.jpg
 
and here is the darkest foliage sprout of that cross this year
I've also got a peach pod light foliage pheno  couple year old overwinter  but that's a whole different project
alXepK3.jpg
 
Another i'm pretty excited about growing this year is Bloody Riot Orange 
I believe this is originally from Chili-Riot
I got my seeds for this from whitehotpeppers
i think they are still available
I can only hope that they will look and taste this awesome again this year
km4veCk.jpg
mVPvfT1.jpg
IQh0FPk.jpg
 
rG6s1tD.jpg
 
I'm probably forgetting so many...
 
they are all exciting and anticipated  :P
 
 
 
:cheers:
 


I'll definitely have to add Yaki Blue to my list for next year.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 06:58 PM

she's a beauty and plenty Hot too  :!:

 

also, one of my new favorite Hotsauces :hotsauce:

made by Dee-Roo, named: 'After Midnight'

aka test batch # 20

used Yaki Blue pods

(I think :think: , pretty sure it did! ) 

 

 

thanks again @ Dru I frigging LUV this sauce man :D     :metal:

 

 

:cheers:


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Posted 10 March 2018 - 08:46 PM

Most likely MOA's and JHC's if I get them to germinate outside :)



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Posted 10 March 2018 - 10:18 PM

I´m just psyched in general and, where i´m at now with just a bunch of tiny seedlings and some doing noticeably better than others, i find i´m mostly enthused about the more virile individual plants...

 

That being said, i´m pretty stoked by some of the new-to-me varieties (Mako Akokosrade, 7 Pot Primo, and--i shit you not--Guajillos.) I´m also enthused about some of my favorites from last year coming back, particularly some of the Bonnets, Yella Fataliis, JPGS, and of course Brainstrains in multiple flavors.

 

Mostly, though, I´m interested in some of these fascinating varieties i got from THP members and other hobbyist growers.  I got Zapotecs and Forbing Nagas from Gary aka Windchicken, some promising Bonnets from Lee aka Fauxton, and some huge Habs i got from a fella i met on a FB chile group.  I´m really thankful for the community of growers for this kind of stuff; without this amazing networking opportunity, i´d probably be growing Cayennes that i´d purchased as Reapers off of Amazon.... 


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Posted 11 March 2018 - 05:44 AM

Too many but i'm excited for the yellow borg 9


These were fun last year, gut wrenching heat. Looking forward to scotch belize, carbonero cream, and puerto rican yellow I got from you.




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