So i was in the local supermarket after work this evening, just picking up a beer or four, and came upon a surprise 5P chillies in the reduced section. This discovery made my day so much I had to force myself to buy sausages and bacon as well...
Gonna be epic sandwich time tomorrow for sure..
they're not fancy chillies like us chilli heads at thp are used to just bog standard supermarket chillies. But still a bargain chilli is a bargain chilli.
Any of you guys ever had any life/breakfast arrangement changing pepper bargains?
Thanks, man! Really excited about the lemon drops, as I've never even tasted one yet. And I'm looking forward to sharing them with friends who won't even try any of the superhots. Maybe they'll be a 'gateway drug' for 'em!
Either that or your friends will just wait until your lemon drops are ready then shoot you whilst running away laughing manically with a crudely hacked lemon drop plant in their hands.
you can't have just one lemon drop you have to have them all.
I tried growing the peter one year. Was a really nice chilli seemed like it would dry really well and was reasonably prolific.
However none really grew to the shape i was expecting so i was a little dissapointed. Only planted 3 or 4 though so could have just been i managed to get the ones that would be slightly off anyway or none of my seeds were the best pheno.
Unfortunately even though i had seeds leftover it didn't make the cut for this years grow.
Going back over my pictures of grows from other years this morning I noticed how even slightly different places in the same country can have a drastic difference (UK btw).
My moms conservatory used to be great for growing in, all my supers were starting to pod up nicely by early may. Moved out into a nearby town recently, where I'm growing mostly in a greenhouse and garden, and now have almost nil pods of my supers.
Although I suppose that could be part of the learning curve with a new place.
Only thing that's going really well for the moment is my super chillies................. pffft.