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#101 Ghost Pepper Revolution

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Posted 12 March 2019 - 07:47 PM

The main reason is my wife likes them in the garden, so it helps her put up with the rest of my plants. They aren't inedible and most ornamental peppers are pretty hot and make decent pepper flake with a little added garlic and onion.

  

Ah ok, so there can be some kind of use for em. I like the garlic and onion flakes idea 🤔

Gotta keep the wife happy; 80% of the garden is for her. And then there's the Pineapples..LOL. I finally have her loving the peppers, not the hotter ones, but some respectable heat here and there. We certainly give less a way now..


Aint it the truth... except in my case 80% is for me 😉 she has the thumb of death
Ive got my wife the same way with enjoying the peppers so we dont give em away often, my pineapple has been a pain. No major growth, prob need to switch it to acidic soil
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Posted 12 March 2019 - 08:49 PM

+1, Shane.

 

What is your 'recipe' for the flakes?

I like them but need to change it up a bit!

I just dump stuff in until I think it tastes right??? I use the food processor or blender for flake...If its powder I use the old coffee grinder. Usually just garlic and onion powder, but occasionally I dump in some sea salt for hot salt.  

 

 

 

 

 

Gotta keep the wife happy; 80% of the garden is for her. And then there's the Pineapples..LOL. I finally have her loving the peppers, not the hotter ones, but some respectable heat here and there. We certainly give less a way now..
 

Momma has a dark brown thumb much like GPR's wife. She's not a big fan of most flowers...and the ones she does like are super difficult. 


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Posted 12 March 2019 - 09:10 PM

  

Ah ok, so there can be some kind of use for em. I like the garlic and onion flakes idea 🤔


Aint it the truth... except in my case 80% is for me 😉 she has the thumb of death
Ive got my wife the same way with enjoying the peppers so we dont give em away often, my pineapple has been a pain. No major growth, prob need to switch it to acidic soil

My wife only likes the ornamentals, Numex style green chiles like big jim or 6-4 and mildish jalapenos for poppers. Never grown pineapple. 

 

 

So in keeping with the curiosities of my starts this season...I got 2 MOA's to sprout seeds from pepper joes, they are both falling way behind in size to the other starts, but are looking better lately and picking up steam...on to the strangeness...both of these sprouts forked at the primary node with no interference from me.

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First one...

 

 

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#2...super strange. Anyone else growing MOA's from PJ's? Any similar experiences???

 

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The rest of those remaining in the tent...all finally looking really happy with what's going on.

 

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including this bhutiful girl right here! Something about the flavor and overpowering but not unusable heat of the OG superhot.

Crazy when the ghost is in the bottom 2 of my chinenses on the scoville scale. :crazy:  Only those two little MOA's will fall below. Don't know about the little mystery plant yet either so maybe 3rd to last.

 

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some of the big boys that have been moved to the work bench, a couple are finally beginning to fork...

 

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The tallest of the indoor plants...Yellow Devil's Tongue.

 

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There's also a little of this going on! :dance:  I know they're not gonna set, but , maybe I can get a flower to open before they fall. :pray:

 

 

Hope all of y'all are having the good kinda problems like running out of space because the plants are doing awesome! 


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Posted 12 March 2019 - 09:59 PM

Looks good, Shane. The little MoAs are

awesome, should make great plants.


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Posted 18 March 2019 - 08:15 PM

No words...just pictures.

 

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Happy Growing y'all!

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Posted 19 March 2019 - 12:30 AM

DAT FOLIAGE! I keep trying to come up with words other than "gorgeous," but that's all I've got. Freaking gorgeous plants, man.



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Posted 21 March 2019 - 12:58 AM

Yeah, looking great, Shane!

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 04:19 PM

Well done Shane!

 

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 04:48 PM

Oh man those plants are looking real good! Tha canopy on that first image is incredible. You obviously put a lot of work into these, good job!

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Posted 08 May 2019 - 04:20 PM

Sorry I dropped off for a WHILE but my computer crapped out after only a little over a month...and I was trying to get it warrantied to no avail. Anywhoooooo,,,new puter up and running. I gave away about half my starts and kept 2 of pretty much each variety. They are loving live in their new permanent homes. Some are podding up nicely and others on the verge. I will try to snap a few pics today and finally do a real update. 

 

thanks for checking in...see y'all in a bit.


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Posted 08 May 2019 - 08:01 PM

Bummer about your computer.  If there's one good thing about dropping off your glog for a bit, it's that there will be big developments in the next batch of pictures!



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Posted 08 May 2019 - 09:08 PM

So...not much time for explanations, but hopefully you'll get the idea...

 

So I have 55(ish) plants I kept...of which I may (probably) lose one because it almost completely snapped at the base during a thunder storm a few weeks back...its a tepin, but that is one of the varieties that I have several extras. The purple/green/white variegated ornamental plants are the jigsaw ornamentals which I am really liking. I also have several Newmex twilights that are really looking great including the ones pictured along side my roses. The hay bale garden produced some amazing collard greens, kale and lettuce over the late winter and are now home to some cukes, squash, wild strawberries, Jalapenos and Green Chiles along with some onions and flowers to fill in the gaps and they are doing fantastic as well. Fatalli, Bhut, Moruga, Yellow Devil's Tongue, Tepin, jalapeno and green chiles are podding up along with the ornamental varieties. Hope to catch up on your seasons soon...happy growing!

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Posted 09 May 2019 - 04:21 AM

Looking very good. I like the brickwork on that circular bed.
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Posted 09 May 2019 - 06:13 AM

Looking very good. I like the brickwork on that circular bed.

Thanks Sawyer! I wish I could claim it, but the last owner had that done...all I can claim is I need to do some weedeating around it! :rofl:


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Posted 09 May 2019 - 06:23 AM

A few more pics from yesterday...

 

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Tepin

 

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Fatalii

 

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Yellow Devil's Tongue

 

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Big Jims

 

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another fatalii

 

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Posted 09 May 2019 - 07:52 AM

Speaking of brickwork, the first picture in your most recent post had me momentarily confused about which glog I was in. I thought at first (for about a nanosecond) I was in my own; that's how similar that bit of brick is to my house. Then I registered the plant; none of my plants have that much foliage.

When was that tepin started?
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Posted 09 May 2019 - 03:54 PM

Speaking of brickwork, the first picture in your most recent post had me momentarily confused about which glog I was in. I thought at first (for about a nanosecond) I was in my own; that's how similar that bit of brick is to my house. Then I registered the plant; none of my plants have that much foliage.

When was that tepin started?

The first Tepin Popped on the 28th of January...I believe I planted them around 10 days prior to that. They're from pepper lover, but I have several different looking plants. Interested to see how the pods look on all of them.

 

Guess I know where to come steal some replacement bricks if I need them!


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Posted 09 May 2019 - 05:50 PM

Glad to see you're in the dirt!

 

Looking good buddy!


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Posted 09 May 2019 - 08:35 PM

Everything is looking sooo good in here! Happy to see you getting planted out! Really pretty plants youve raised here :)
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Posted 09 May 2019 - 09:20 PM

Glad to see you're in the dirt!

 

Looking good buddy!

Thanks brotha! Gonna try to peek into your world here in a bit!

 

 

Everything is looking sooo good in here! Happy to see you getting planted out! Really pretty plants youve raised here :)

Thanks Rich...aside from some wind damaged leaves during hardening they are looking strong! So many ladybugs here compared to California...much less trouble with aphids and mites so far. Temps here should be near the same or a little lower with more humidity...hope to keep them healthy, but not too familiar with these conditions. 


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