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  1. ScottsBonnet

    overwintering Bonchi from last year

    I've tried three different over-wintering methods, each beginning in mid-October when our rainy cold season starts here in the Pacific NW. 1) Trim the plant down a little, but keep it in soil. Put it in a window that gets appropriate sun. The negatives are that the plants are difficult to move...
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    pod Supposed to be Cubanelle. Cajun Belle?

    The plant on the right is a mystery.  The starter was labelled 'Cubanelle', but the other Cubanelle I bought really is a Cubanelle, and this is not.  For reference, the plant to the left is a Scotch Bonnet.  The faux Cubanelles vary in heat (some are medium+ hot while others have almost no...
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    Hi from Tacoma, WA

    Just located your forum while searching for information about my 'mystery' pepper plants.  This is my second year of gardening and I have expanded my pepper growing because I was unable to find Scotch Bonnets last year and instead made sauce from habaneros.  Turned out okay, but not the same.  I...