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misc Something tells me..

Is this a jalapeno?
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Question Mark Mario GIF
 
Thanks for the replies.

Well,I haven't been labeling some of my plants on purpose
If they are jalapenos they could be nice good tasting variety or
SHHJ
Super Hot Huge Jalapenos
Which I'm wondering if they really are jalapeno because they are so hot they gave me hiccups from a regular bite.

I'm going to update this post as fruits develop.


We will see what happens 😁
 
First fruit is still trying to grow upright.
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While some of the other peppers have taken a different direction.πŸ˜„


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And even one pepper fruit growing downward.

But, there's a twist!

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Thanks for checking out what I think could be Jalapeno peppers.

Feel Free
Let me know if you want share any thoughts on the plants
 
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Cross-pollination doesn't affect the current plant, only the seeds it produces and the following generation.
And now that I think about it, I've seen that happen with some purple cayennes.
 
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