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Trident’s SB 2019 “keeping the faith”

Today, 07:16 AM

Getting harder to source true Scotch Bonnets but the challenge continues. Each season I thank those that have helped me continue the quest to grow every variety and log their history. As with any variety there will always be favourites but I have tried to mix up this years grow and go back to those that sometimes do not get grown and those that are new to me especially the white bonnet

I started on the 11th January with a few no shows I sowed the second batch a week ago and overall germination has been good so here is the list :

St Barts Market - stc3248
Belize City - stc3248/Jedisushi06
P. Dreadie Yellow
P. Dreadie Red - Texas Hot Peppers
Cappuccino
St Lucia
Papa Joes
FreePort Orange
Foodarama Yellow
Jamaican Long
White - Jahworksfarm
Walton - Fauxton
Falmouth - Fauxton
Squash - Ybj6
Burkina - Jedisushi06
Safi - Fiogga
WHP 11 - Justin White

SB7J Red
SB7J Yellow
ScotchBrain Red - Justin White
ScotchBrain Yellow
Safi x ScotchBrain - Fauxton
TFM x Pixie - Jedisushi06
Yellow Pixie
Lemon Starrburst - Gapey
Scarlet Rose - Gapey
Peach Starrkist - Gapey
Pale Yellow Goat
Omni - Bonnet
Komo Jmoa - Kevin B
Obeah
Salem
Peach Bonnet Scorpion - Walchit
Chocolate Habanero x SB - Jarworksfarm
Steve Foster - Scotch Bonnet Steve Red Habanero
SB x Habanero Salmon - Heefy SLCB
Hababon Peach - Justin White
Yellow SB x Chocolate Ghost - mm4gardens
Yellow Wartyx - Jedisushi06
Caramel Wartyx - Snagglepuss
Orange Wartyx - Ragnarandy
Red Wartyx - Ragnarandy

Lemon Drop x Hatch - Fauxton
Padron - Fiogga
Burmese Naga - Simmy
SL Red THP Throw Down - Walchit

Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

03 February 2018 - 10:42 AM

Snowdrops out and the early signs of daffodils are abundant here in the U.K. ... we are reminded that winter is all but done however looking at next weeks temperatures I am not so sure. I am late this season I normally sow between Christmas and New Year but last season I was too advanced and the Growtents were bulging before I could get the plants into the polytunnel.... my propagation is crammed full of all sorts of chilli seeds germinating away after their tea soak ... big year for me as I retire in June but really looking forward to this season as I have managed to secure more true Bonnets and a few new Bonnet Hybrids. A massive "thank you" to all that have helped me continue my Bonnet/Hybrids/Hot Chinense journey especially Simmy, Justin (WHP), Sandra Tipton (Foggia), D3, Bhuter, Chiliriot, Gentetikx, Jeanie Y, GIP, MikeUSMC

SB Red
SB Black River
SB WHP
SB MoA
SB P. Dreadie
SB Papa Joe's
SB Free Port Orange
SB Rodney Bay - St Lucia
SB Castries - St Lucia
SB Gros Islet - St Lucia
SB Beth Boyd Orange
SB Trinidad Chocolate
SB Cappuccino
SB MoA (tailed)
SB MA Peach/Pink
SB Tobago-Faria

SB Sweet Moruga
Omni-Bonnet F2
SB7J
NeBru7
SB x Savannah
Sepia Serpent x SB7J
7pot Jonah Yellow x SB
UBSC x SB
Wartryx x SB
ScotchBrain
Obeah F4
Trinidad SB x 7pot
Salem F2

El Scorponero F3
Pale Yellow Goat F4
Purple Ghost Scorpion
Bubblegum Pumpkin
Chris Fat Red x Jigsaw
7pot Cinder F3
Orange Gum Tiger Mamp
MA Yellow Pixie
BBG7 x Tobago Treasure
Jamaican Hot Chocolate

Over forty varieties let's hope my germination rates are positive - good luck to you all and thanks for looking in

Tridents Bonnet Set - Season 4

25 January 2017 - 03:40 PM

Forth season bonnet and their hybrids grow .... a couple of varieties to come ... thanks to Smoke (C2C chilli forum) who posted them on Monday ... most listed have been in the propergator's since the 7th January. Thanks to all that have helped me to continue with my bonnet thread without your help I would not have been able to have listed so many varieties this season. Especially pleased to get back seed from Justin - White Hot Peppers which I sent him last season to get refreshed ...... will update the late arrivals and no shows

Scotch Bonnet Steve's Yellow SB ( chili-pepper.ch)
Schneider Farm SB (self)
MoA Yellow (Stickman) - Dennish's 2017 Challenge US/UK
MoA Red (Mike USMC)
P. Dreadie's Select (self)
Foodarama Yellow (Mike USMC)
Foodarama Red (Mike USMC)
Cappuccino SB (Mike USMC)
Jamaician Long SB (self)
Haiti Red SB (Peppernorth)
TFM SB ( FreeportBum)
Scotch Brain Long SB (FreeportBum)
Scotch Brain F3 ( JH/ White Hot Peppers)
Beth Boyd's Yellow SB (self)
Obeah F3 (self)
Freeport Orange SB (self)
Jamaician Black River SB (Pulpiteer)
Matthew Arthur's Peach SB (White Hot Peppers) seed sent last season to Justin to be refreshed
7pot NeBru (White Hot Peppers) as above
7pot Jonah Yellow x SB (White Hot Peppers)
7pot Orange x SB (White Hot Peppers)
7pot x Trinidad SB (self)
7 pot Savannah x SB Yellow variety (Chiliriot)
Sepia Serpent x SB (Chiliriot)
SB7J x Neyde Orange variety (Chiliriot)
Sweet Moruga SB (Moruga Welder)
Matthew Arthur SBN Chocolate SB (self)
Elysuim Oxide Bonnet X - moruga shaped (White Hot Peppers)
SBJB F1(self)
Cross 1. F1 (self)
Cross 2. F1 (self)

Want to be SB
Puerto Rico Purple Splotched (Christopher Phillips)
Espiritu Santo (White Hot Peppers)

Others

Bahamian Beast F1. (White Hot Peppers)
Matthew Arthur Daisy Cutter (Superhot Sim)
BOC x Orange Primo (Superhot Sim)
Aji Jobito x BBG7 Yellow off pheno (FreeportBum)
Korean Hong Gochu (Stickman)
Lemon Drop - THP throw down (self)

Steve Foster (Scotch Bonnet Steve) Yellow SB

20 September 2016 - 10:33 AM

Not sure if this is the right place to start this thread so I apologise if it's not where it should be. I think you will all agree that if you have been following the P. Dreadie select glog we have done Erin proud and his select bonnet will continue to flourish. For 2017 I would like to ask if anyone has tucked away in their seed box any of Scotch Bonnet Steve's SB Yellow or know of a vendor that has any. My notes say I received in 2012 a seed packet from a site in Switzerland but they no longer exist and I don't have them now. I didn't know Steve but I understand he named many varieties besides his Yellow SB. If enough seed can be sourced I am sure others would support me by growing out this variety ensuring Steve isn't forgotten in the chilli world

Thank you

Not Foodarama Red

17 September 2016 - 10:05 AM

Strange plant if you see the leaves on the left they are drooping this variety likes the shade rather than full sun and the end of the branch leaves react to "bright light" ... flower was the standard white C. Chinense pods have a shinny smooth skin rather than rough ... either way I am not disappointed another unitensional cross nature has provided for me or do you know it's parentage

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