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In Topic: Hello from Australia

16 March 2018 - 09:55 PM

Welcome from a South Aussie chilli head.

In Topic: Best knife sharpener?

07 March 2018 - 10:59 PM

I bought these Japanese (Naniwa Chosera) wet stones as an Xmas present for myself last year,...still haven't found the time to sit down and learn how to use them...lol


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In Topic: Any Thai Experts?

01 March 2018 - 08:24 PM

That reminds me of a thai plant that a buddy of mine brought seeds back from Tahiti.  I tried growing some last season.  The trunks do develop quickly, not sure if that is a common thing among thai plants.  Although I would bet the one in your picture has been around quite awhile.  My friend had said that the plant he grabbed he seeds from looked like a tree, it was huge and the trunk was thick.  I am going to attempt to grow it out again this year and maybe overwinter...

My mate over in Tasmania is drying some seeds off that plant for me now and i will grow them next season. His wife is Thai and got the seeds from her family's plant/s when they last visited them in Thailand some years ago.

In Topic: Any Thai Experts?

21 February 2018 - 09:09 PM

Looks like Prik Chee Faa (pepper facing sky) skinnier and a bit long than Prik Ki Nu, the typical Thai bird chili

I do grow one similar myself, but mine grow in more of a cluster and a little bit smaller, i thought they called it the "praying to heaven chilli" due to its upright growing habit? In that pic they dont look to be growing in clusters.


In Topic: Any Thai Experts?

21 February 2018 - 09:01 PM

Look how thick that stem is, can tell that plant been growing a few years. 

He has them growing all year-round in a hot house down in Tasmania.