Ají hombreMember Since 20 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 05 2015 12:24 AM
I live in southern California, supposedly a nice climate for growing Capsicum. Right now, I'm hoping that the warmer spring temps we're getting here will put my plants' growth into overdrive--things have been very slow up to this point.
People on this forum know a lot about keeping peppers happy, and by following their glogs I've watched their plants zoom past my little guys. Glad I'm not the competitive type.
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San Juan Capistrano, CA
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my own ;)
matjes herring, funazushi, durian
2013 seed starts: padrón, fresno, peruvian white, datil, caribbean red, yellow scotch bonnet (TFM, Big Sun, and Foodarama), chocolate bhut, yellow 7-pot/scorpion, yellow manzano, charapita, fatalii, cherry bomb.
Overwinters from 2012: trinidad scorpion red, charapita, rocoto