Petrac 2020

So, last year growing season was a blast for me. I hope this year it wont be much different. I ordered seeds from 2 different companies, one pacage arrived this week. First four in the list are now in the soil. I had to stop myself from ordering more seeds..Its just so addictive looking through all this stuff..
 
Seed list:
 
Chocolate Habaneros (seeds from last year)
Hungarian hot wax (gift seeds)
Bhutlah chocolate
Mulato isleno
Serrano del sol
Ring of fire
Brazilian starfish
Lemon drop
Carolina reaper
Brown Rocotto
 

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PaulG

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Those look great, @Petrac! My Yaki Blue Fawn was a
beast this season, and the Cumari Pollux grew like a
little tree in a 6-liter pot. What is the first pic?

Good to see you are having a successful season in Slovenia!
Looking forward to seeing more of your grow.
 
Those look great, @Petrac! My Yaki Blue Fawn was a
beast this season, and the Cumari Pollux grew like a
little tree in a 6-liter pot. What is the first pic?

Good to see you are having a successful season in Slovenia!
Looking forward to seeing more of your grow.
The first pic is suppost to be yaki fawn blue
 

PaulG

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The first pic is suppost to be yaki fawn blue
Mine had pointy pods on one half of the plant, and big
bags of gnarl on the other half. Very strange. And HOT!
 
Mine had pointy pods on one half of the plant, and big
bags of gnarl on the other half. Very strange. And HOT!
I guess this kind of crosses are quite unstable.

I got my seeds from semillas la palma; they're known as a reliable source of seeds-perhaps that changed during the years, but so far I cant complain much. Peter grows in Canary islands. Aparantly yaki is turning purple-red if the season is hot and long enough. For now, mine a deep purple and smooth.
 

PaulG

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I guess this kind of crosses are quite unstable.

I got my seeds from semillas la palma; they're known as a reliable source of seeds-perhaps that changed during the years, but so far I cant complain much. Peter grows in Canary islands. Aparantly yaki is turning purple-red if the season is hot and long enough. For now, mine a deep purple and smooth.
Semillas la Palma has never disappointed me;
always had good luck with them. My YBF pods
are ripening to a nice red color with lots of creases.
Last year, none of my YBF ripened up, so this year
is a win for that variety!
 
Semillas la Palma has never disappointed me;
always had good luck with them. My YBF pods
are ripening to a nice red color with lots of creases.
Last year, none of my YBF ripened up, so this year
is a win for that variety!
I have also good overall experience with them. From time to time germination is a bit on a low side, but atleast you get what you order.

He also has an incredible variety list you can pick from - but still he doest have some seeds I would very much like to grow, but not even one company from US sends here -.-
 
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