Awesome photos like usual. What does that olive rocoto taste like? I need to try my hand at growing some of those, I bet it could rival the orange manzano I grew!
I hope everyone is doing well up your way.
Great video Rich!! Your garden looked amazing!
I'm glad to see that the manzano survived the transition to soil and is still producing. If my memory is correct it means that plant is going on six years old now. Who would of thought that a pepper plant could live that long.
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Hey Rich, I sure would like to get some seeds from those Giant Rocoto when you get a chance. I need to start a new plant in the basement.
Your garden is looking great and producing some good looking peppers.
Best wishes, Robert
Nice !!! I always loved the flavor of these peppers. It was a treat being able to have fresh pods during the winter as well.
The original seeds came from a fellow member here. I believe he bought the peppers at a market near his home in Poway Ca.
It's good to see the generations live on !!!
I've been using General Hydroponics maxi bloom and maxi grow. It's not looking as good as it has in the past so something has changed. I just haven't had the time to devote to it as I did in the past but it is still loaded with blooms and still puts out a lot of pods.
Hello fellow pepper heads!!!
Due to having to move in the near future I am going to have to let my 4 year old Manzano pepper plant go. I am going to give this away to anyone in the Atlanta Ga area who is willing to come to my house to get it. I live in Cumming Ga.
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