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#21 Hawkins

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Posted 07 June 2019 - 03:53 AM

That is quite the list. Where did you get the Khang Starr Texas Crimson Bonnet seeds from?


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Posted 07 June 2019 - 04:33 AM

That is quite the list. Where did you get the Khang Starr Texas Crimson Bonnet seeds from?

 

I got them from Khang back when G+ was still around.  



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:01 AM

 

Thanks for the welcome and kind words, Paul :)

 

Took a short video of this garden.  It's gonna be a jungle https://www.youtube....h?v=ylRf_we45ig

 

That is no exaggeration, 'Bear! That is a lot of plants.

I guess some of those are in #1 nursery pots?

 

Bummer about the Google communities shut down.

I signed up for his group just before it went down  :rofl:

Maybe Khang should join THP!


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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:21 AM

 

That is no exaggeration, 'Bear! That is a lot of plants.

I guess some of those are in #1 nursery pots?

 

Bummer about the Google communities shut down.

I signed up for his group just before it went down  :rofl:

Maybe Khang should join THP!

 

Yeah, I was bummed about losing that place.  Mainly posted over there before migrating here.  

 

I think a majority are 2 gallon pots?  Not completely sure.  I saved them from previous landscaping jobs I had helped out on.  There were shrubs in them before.  Nice thick plastic.  I'm sure my plants could definitely handle bigger pots, but these were free!



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:26 AM

You can grow peppers very successfully

in 2 or 3 gallon pots!

 

Glad you migrated to THP. I wonder how

many others have done so?


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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:28 AM

I wish there was one place for pepper lovers - I joined here many years ago as a fan of hot sauce but only started growing this year. The former PLC is now in three difference places (MeWe, Reddit and Facebook), none of which is a forum which is my preferred format.

 

Matt, why do you have so many varieties on the boil? Just for fun/the challenge or are the differences pronounced enough that you prefer eating one over another in specific situations?



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:34 AM

I agree about the format, Siv. I had a hard time following

people on the PLC. Same with Pepper Guru's Facebook

community. It's so nice just to have an index where you

can find your friend's grow logs easily.


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Posted 07 June 2019 - 11:20 AM

 

I got them from Khang back when G+ was still around.  

 

If you have any to spare at the end of the season I would be interested in trading for some of the things I have, you seem to have a ton already so not sure if it's worth it to you, but I could send you a list later.



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 11:22 AM

I wish there was one place for pepper lovers - I joined here many years ago as a fan of hot sauce but only started growing this year. The former PLC is now in three difference places (MeWe, Reddit and Facebook), none of which is a forum which is my preferred format.

 

Matt, why do you have so many varieties on the boil? Just for fun/the challenge or are the differences pronounced enough that you prefer eating one over another in specific situations?

 

Of those 3 I prefer Reddit the most (and have posted in /r/hotpeppers quite a few times).  

 

Why so many varieties? Because I have no self-control and I am not good at moderation. lol  (And I do find it fun.)

 

I'm tossing the idea around of selling seeds, but I know many folks are not interested in open pollinated seeds. May give it a try in the fall and see if it's something worth pursuing. 

 

If there was a simple, inexpensive, and not time consuming way to isolate plants I'd be all for trying.  Saving all those seeds and keeping things organized is already something that would be pretty time consuming as is.  And I already have a full time job.



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 11:24 AM

 

If you have any to spare at the end of the season I would be interested in trading for some of the things I have, you seem to have a ton already so not sure if it's worth it to you, but I could send you a list later.

 

Sure thing. Holler at me when ya do.  I just stuck those two plants in the ground yesterday



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 09:51 PM

Just typing that list of peppers you have must have taken you all day!
What do you plan to do with all those peppers/plants?

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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:19 PM

Just typing that list of peppers you have must have taken you all day!
What do you plan to do with all those peppers/plants?

Lol. I wrote them out by hand first, going through my plants.  That took a few hours.  k5SutOk.jpg

 

Typing them up took about 15/20 minutes.  My mom was a high school typing teacher, so I'm fairly quick. 

 

 

What do you plan to do with all those peppers/plants?

Sauce, jams, pickles, flakes, powders, etc.  Also gonna save all the seeds and see how ambitious I'm feeling late summer / early fall. 

 

I plan to send a bunch of pods to a guy who reviews weird fruit (and peppers) too.  You can check out last year's video here if you're so inclined: https://www.youtube....h?v=xAIwMYoMpKE



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 02:27 PM


Here's my list of my plants this year along with some photos below. May be some spelling errors, etc.  Please let me know if you notice something that needs correcting.  

 

* 7 Pot Congo
* 7 Pot Lava
* 7 Pot Slimer
* Aji Chuncho
* Aji Guyana
* Aji Lemon
* Aji Mango
* Aji Rainforest
* Ancient
* Angkor Sunrise
* Arrowhead
* BBG7 Jobito Chocolate
* BBG7 X Tobasco
* Bahamian Goat
* Banglador Whippet's Tail
* Bhut X Lime
* Biberie
* Big Bang Space Chili
* Big Black Mama
* Biquinho
* Biquinho Iracema
* Bird Aji
* Black Namaqualand
* Black Olive
* Black Stinger
* Black Variegated
* Bleeding Borg 9
* Bleeding Heart Yellow
* Bloody Riot Orange
* Blue Ghost
* Bolivian Rainbow
* Bonda Mahala
* Brazilian Pumpkin
* Brazilian Starfish Orange
* Buena Mulata
* CGN 191998 Eximium
* CGN 21566
* CGN 22795
* CGN 22835
* CGN 23209
* CGN 23255
* CGN 24360
* Cap 1141
* Cap 1144 Praetermissium
* Cap 115
* Cap 1478
* Cap 212
* Cap 470 Eximium
* Cap 500 Eximium
* Cap 691 Red Fire
* Cap 962
* Cap Cardenasii
* Cap Chacoense
* Cap Flexuosum
* Cap Galapagoense
* Cap Lanceolatum
* Cap Rhomboideum
* Capezoli Scimmia
* Carbonara Red
* Carbonara White
* Carolina Reaper
* Carolina Reaper X Peach Ghost
* Carolina Reaper Yellow
* Chocolate Congo X Gigantic Ghost
* Chocolate Ghost Jami
* Chupetino Pink
* Condor's Beak
* Count Dracula
* Cumari Pollux
* Devil's Rib
* Dwarf Chiltepin
* Ekirike
* Elephant
* Elysium Oxide Mustard
* Farmer's Market Jalapeno
* Fatali Gourmet Jigsaw
* Fidalgo Roxa
* Fruit Gum F3
* Funky Yellow
* Galapagos Isabela Habanero
* Goat Pepper
* Goatsweed
* Holiday Time
* Hot Pops Purple
* Inca Drop
* Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion
* Khang's Lemon Starrburst
* Khang's Texas Crimson Bonnet
* Krishna Jolokia
* Lemon Habanero
* MA Face
* Macapa
* Machu Picchu
* Mata Fride
* Midnight BBG7
* Mini Rocoto Red
* Mojo Scoundrel
* Monkey Face Yellow
* Monkey Nipple
* Murupi
* Murupi Amarela
* Mutant Candlelight
* NOT Buforum
* NOT Parvifol
* NOT Sepia Serpent
* Nosegay
* Orange Bleeder
* Orange Blob
* PI 281312
* PI 281317
* PI 439452
* PI 43952
* PI 441598 Peach F3
* PI 543208
* Paprika Alma
* Peach Fantasy
* Peach Scorpion
* Peruvian Serlano
* Peter Orange
* Peter Red
* Piaxo Neyde
* Pimenta Kathumby Black
* Pimenta Lisa
* Pink Tiger X Peach Bhut
* Primo X Lemon Drop
* Purple Creme Tiger
* Purple Flower Baccatum Long
* Quintisho
* Red Lightning Habanero
* Red Rocket
* Rezha Macedonian
* Rocopica
* Rocoto Aji Largo
* Rocoto De Las Selvas
* Rocoto San Isidro
* Rooster Spur
* Safi Red
* Salvatico
* Satan's Kiss
* Scarlet Lantern X CGN 21500
* Shu
* Slovakia #1
* Slovakia #3
* Sugar Rush Brains F1
* Sugar Rush Red
* Super Hot Beast
* Swamp Thing Yellow
* Tepin X Lemon Drop
* Thai Orange
* Thunder Mountain Longhorn
* Tobago Treasure
* Trinidad Perfume
* Trinidad Perfume Red
* Trinidad Purple Coffee
* Trinidad Red Cherry
* Turkish Cap Rojo
* Uvilia Grande
* Varigated Jalapeno
* Ven Tiger X SRTSL Red
* Venezuelan Purple
* Vladan Beauty
* Wartryx Grenade
* West Indies Red
* West Indies Yellow
* White Kanthari
* White Wasp
* Wild Brazil
* Wild Japanese (Tubocapsicum Anomalum)
* Wild Purple Guatemalan
* Wiri Wiri
* Yellow BBG7 x Butch T Scorpion

 

 

 

 

Your list makes my head hurt. How many? I can't count that high ;)
 



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 08:59 PM

Yeah, that is one of the most insane lists of pepper
varieties I have seen 😲👍

Seriously, there are more than a few that I have
never even heard of!

I can hardly wait to see pics of some of these.
It will take you a week to post pics of that
many peppers!

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Posted 11 June 2019 - 05:42 PM

Yeah! Having only grown a handful of these varieties before, I'm very excited to see them as well.  Really wish I had been this thorough the past couple years keeping a record of everything.

 

Starting to see lots of flowers and unripe peppers out there.  And so far I haven't lost any plants after the move outside (knock on wood).

 

Nothing too interesting to share pepper-wise at the moment, but I noticed I had flowers on both my Stick tomato and my Kangaroo Apple plants today.  Don't think there's anything special about the taste of the Stick tomato. Just looks very strange. And I've heard Kangaroo Apples described as marginally edible, but I guess we'll find out shortly.  

 

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Posted 11 June 2019 - 10:35 PM

Yep, your list of peppers is impressive. Yep, cats ain't dumb. BUT...

 

Did y'all look at this pic? Man, there's so much shit from so many places...damn!

 

....and the bugs. Look at the size of those suckers! And the bat, and the frogs at the Corona bar, and...

 

Wow. Now there's some stories to be told here!

 

 


 

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Posted 12 June 2019 - 06:17 AM

Yep, your list of peppers is impressive. Yep, cats ain't dumb. BUT...

 

Did y'all look at this pic? Man, there's so much shit from so many places...damn!

 

....and the bugs. Look at the size of those suckers! And the bat, and the frogs at the Corona bar, and...

 

Wow. Now there's some stories to be told here!

 

 

 

 

 

Not sure what I like doing more.  Growing peppers or collecting shit. Ha! 



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Posted 14 June 2019 - 01:19 PM

Took a half day at work today to catch up on some things at home.  Everybody is still kickin' so far.  :party:

 

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 02:07 PM

Also wanted to share this here, since the video just came out today.  It's a chum making hot sauce from 40 of the varieties of peppers I grew last season.  

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=dLMgIz3Ec58

 

 



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Posted 14 June 2019 - 04:22 PM

Tuffy is a male? He looks a lot like a tortoise shell calico from that angle. Like our Becky.

 

Beautiful spot for a garden you have there.

 

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