Great looking pods DR and you're right about ther flavorNot sure if this is due to cross instability or local environmental growing conditions but I could sense a tiny amount of the infamous C. baccatum soapiness in mine! Unfortunately, as they take their lazy time to mature, I don't think I will be growing them in the future...
Received seeds in a swap. I had never heard of this pepper. It's a pointy, heart-shaped, racquetball-sized sweet pepper. Thick walls, no heat at all. I didn't have any expectations, but this pepper was a nice surprise. If you're looking for a pepper with flavor and NO heat, give this one a try. I'll be growing it again!
@Downriver +1 for way #2Thanks for reading!
*Ways to qualify for free seed offer
1) If you posted a comment in this Glog PRIOR to this one. Thanks for your support!
2) If you are currently a THP Extreme Member. Doesn't matter when you became one. Consider this offer a perk (from me) for supporting the Forum.
3) As of this post, you must have been a member on The Hot Pepper for at least 3 months and have at least 50 posts to the forums. If you have not been on THP for 3 months or more and with at least 50 posts, then have a member with 6 months or more experience vouch for you.
Very generous offer. I'm interested in any Jalapenos varieties you may have. The Chile de Arbol (Jalisco) is something I'd grow. Any heatless chinense would be awesome too if you have. Looking forward to your new Glog. Thanks for spreading the love.