Mr.joe said:I'm still learning to grow the basics, I'm not ready to dive into the wilds. I'll stop in once in a while to make sure you guys are not messing up.
I think some Pequin or Chiltepin varieties wouldMr.joe said:I'm still learning to grow the basics, I'm not ready to dive into the wilds. I'll stop in once in a while to make sure you guys are not messing up.
Thank you very much, Sandy. And for the description!wiriwiri said:Your list is coming along nicely...PM me your address & I'll send you the Galap & Rhomboideum...seeds.
.There has been some debate r/t classification as a wild or not. a while back..it's old name was Capsicum Ciliatum..& sometimes still
referred to as that.It's a great looking plant.lovely leaves & a flower to gush over along with it's berry like pods which hang in neat clusters.
Heat per scoville scale .......a remarkable 0...
wiriwiri said:I thought Jukka only sold what he grew??? Interesting he has no g seeds...so folks do pay that premium for Galap seeds...when not too
far away Semillas has them for a lot less...pays to do price comparison...and Semillas seeds always have high germination rate.
I have my galap plants in small pots ...less than a gallon size...2 are in the qt size chinese soup plastic containers and they
were very productive,maybe the broth had some influence... so how cheap was I..well the reason for doing that is b/c
I wanted to see the roots and even thou' I have hundreds of pots those were the only see-thru ones on hand...worked..
it's not a tall plant so a gallon pot is plenty big....also try to not over water,roots are a bit delicate...Jukka has a good write up
on this plant & it's on his site...good stuff.
PaulG said:Heck of a plant, Ty.
What latitude are you at?
CaneDog said:That's a bummer, Tybo. It was an awesome plant and I was looking forward to seeing how it did in round 2.
The Wiri-Wiri, Yellow Jellybean and Red fire wereSiv said:Wiri wiri sounds like it had larger pods - is this the case? If so, I'd like to give it a go.