• Blog your pepper progress. The first image in your first post will be used to represent your Glog.
  • 🌶Enter a pic of your GNARLIEST POD HERE to WIN AN EXTREME Membership!

SineNomine 2023

IMG_20230303_145332 de coperta.jpg

In this picture are 2 Dwarf Chiltepin from seeds from Semillas that sprouted on February 15. One of them shows signs of starting to branch out. A very nice growth habit for this variety. One of them will turn into a bonchi.

Links to my grow logs:
2021
2022

Hanging pots:
From the varieties grown in previous years:
- Fatalii - V2 2022 (original seeds from Semillas) - 2 plants
- Fatalii - V1 2022 (original seeds from PaulG / Cane Dog) - 1 plant
- Papa Dreadie SB - V1 2022 (original seeds from Sawyer G3) - 2 plants

New varieties:
- Humble Servants Homestead SB - MarcV 2022 - 2 plants
- KS Lemon Starrburst - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- PI 215734 - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- Aji Dulce Peruano - Thegreenchilemonster 2018 - 1 plant
- Aji Dulce Rojo - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- Frontera Sweet - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants

Bottom pots.
Here I have only one variety already grown, namely Goliath Jalapeno from PaulG. I will have almost half of the pots filled with Annuum from Spain.
- Goliath Jalapeno - V1 2022 (original seeds from PaulG) - 2 plants
- Farmers Jalapeño - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- De Arbol - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- Tap de Corti - MarcV 2020 - 2 plants
- Ă‘ora - MarcV 2022 - 2 plants
- Jaranda - MarcV 2022 - 2 plants
- Jeromin - MarcV 2022 - 2 plants
- Pimiento Piquillo - Semillas 2022 - 2 plants
- Piment d´Espelette - Semillas 2022 - 3 plants
- Piment d´Espelette - MarcV 2020 - 2 plants

An hour ago, I soaked the C. Chinense seeds in a solution of 2% saltpeter in distilled water.

IMG_20230303_203817.jpg

I will leave it for 2 hours, after which I will empty the saltpeter solution and put a solution of H2O2 0.3% plus Rhizotonic 1% for almost 24 hours..
Tomorrow I will put C. Chinense seeds in Root Riot cubes.
 
Last edited:

SineNomine

Extreme Member
Yes Marc, it is in the same pot from the seedling stage.
I have that plant in my office and there were no other flowering peppers around so all those pods were isolated. I have a lot of seeds for those who want it.
 

SineNomine

Extreme Member
Some pictures from today.

Goltiath Jalapeno from @PaulG , one of the most beautiful and resistant plants on the balcony.
IMG_20230722_184307.jpg


Piment d´Espelette from Semillas.
IMG_20230722_184401.jpg


IMG_20230722_184449.jpg


Piment d´Espelette from @MarcV .
IMG_20230722_184435.jpg


Jeromin from @MarcV .
IMG_20230722_184514.jpg


De Arbol from Semillas.
IMG_20230722_185730.jpg


Chile Rayado from @CaneDog ,I hope he recovers.
IMG_20230722_185813.jpg


Jalapeno Zapotec from @CaneDog . This plant remained dwarf. It has been showing signs of growing for a few days.
IMG_20230722_190012.jpg


Spezzano's Thai from @CaneDog . Still no pods.
IMG_20230722_190026.jpg


Fatalii
IMG_20230722_185823.jpg


HSH Scotch Bonnet from MarcV, the only plant that survived..
IMG_20230722_185853.jpg




Today's "big" harvest.
Piment d'Espelette. Those on the left are from seeds from MarcV, those on the right from Semillas. The ones from Marc seem to be bigger, but this year is not the best to make comparisons.
IMG_20230722_184802.jpg


Goliath Jalapeno, for a small jar of cowboy candy
IMG_20230722_185546.jpg
 
Last edited:

MarcV

Extreme Member
The espelettes seem very similar if not identical. The ones that I grow are usually longer with less pronounced shoulders. Probably all related to growing conditions. Mine are still far from ripening...
 

SineNomine

Extreme Member
They look like they're getting better, fortunately :-)
What do you use to make the name tags for the plants?
Thank you! Yes, the plants are starting to look better. I hope I will have at least one harvest this year.
I use this printer for labels.

The espelettes seem very similar if not identical. The ones that I grow are usually longer with less pronounced shoulders. Probably all related to growing conditions. Mine are still far from ripening...

I hope to receive more pods this year so we will see how they develop. I tasted a semi-dry one and the aroma is very good, but without heat.
 
Only now Spezzano Thai from seeds from @CaneDog made its first flowers.
I don't know if this is their growing habit or if it is just the result of the general problems of this year.
The petals have purple hues. Is this variety a C. Annuum?
Glad they're coming along for you now, SN. They haven't been the fastest of producers for me, but not particularly slow either. Also fairly average with pod production, not big batches, but reasonable amounts. I've seen a purple hue, but it's been more faint than dark. And yep, c. annuum.
Mine had the same purple-ish flowers and the peppers so far are a creamy white colour :D
Yep. As expected. The creamy color of the unripe pods stands out as does their elongated somewhat twisted shape. They'll ripen through some color shades too on their way to red.
 
Last edited:

SineNomine

Extreme Member
Glad they're coming along for you now, SN. They haven't been the fastest of producers for me, but not particularly slow either. Also fairly average with pod production, not big batches, but reasonable amounts. I've seen a purple hue, but it's been more faint than dark. And yep, c. annuum.
Thanks, CaneDog. Maybe they just waited to grow enough to reach the stronger light coming over the railing. I have had varieties that did the same. The disadvantages of the balcony garden... :think:

Mine had the same purple-ish flowers and the peppers so far are a creamy white colour :D
I hope to see the color of the peppers this year. :P


Some unsorted pictures, from today, with the balcony. The plants grew beautifully only vegetatively, some do not even have a single pod. But I'm not sorry, I like to drink a beer surrounded by vegetation.
IMG_20230822_194849.jpg


IMG_20230822_194808.jpg


IMG_20230822_194754.jpg


IMG_20230822_194731.jpg


IMG_20230822_194709.jpg


IMG_20230822_194152.jpg
 

SineNomine

Extreme Member
De Arbol are beautiful and very productive plants. I continuously picked those small pods, very aromatic, with a slight smoky note and quite hot.
20230916_102328 De Arbol.jpg


Tap de Corti from @MarcV shows that it can be very productive.
20230916_102155 Tap de Corti.jpg


Jeromin from @MarcV makes large and tasty pods with a very good heat. I dried several pods to make a powder.
20230916_102355 Jeromin.jpg



20230916_102406 Jeromin.jpg


Jaranda from @MarcV , looks quite similar to Jeromin.
20230916_102804 Jaranda.jpg
 
Last edited:

SineNomine

Extreme Member
Piment d'Espelette have many pods that I hope to ripen until the cold comes. I put pods to dry, I'm curious how my powder tastes compared to the powder bought from Pays Basque.
20230916_102832 Piment d'Espelette.jpg


20230916_103023 Piment d'Espelette.jpg


The biggest surprise of the year is Pi 215734. This one has a very fruity aroma that I can't compare to any other Chinense and a lighter heat. I will grow it in the following years.

20230916_102459 Pi 215734.jpg


20230916_102606 Pi 215734.jpg
 
Top