Interesting, Fabrizio. The Chiltepín GuatalamalaThanks Paul, the weather has been very nice so far... I suppose that i will deal soon with monster heat and critters
The Guatemalan Chiltepin seeds come from Semillas, it seems a little different from Tolito maybe closer to this one?
Database specie e varietà di Capsicum (peperoncino piccante)www.pepperfriends.org
Have a great weekend thp fellows!
The Eximium was labeled as Eximium white flower.
I transplanted my extras yesterday into their own cups. Mine have been slow as in coco mix and I've not been feeding them, just started to use a weak nutrient mix to get them going in their new homes. Given how much grief I had germinating them I've not had the heart to cull any, so I have an army of 6 Lanceolatum to work withFive days later, the c. lanceolatum seedling making
progress. This is one teeny little seedling, for sure.
I hope it’s grows as nice as yours, @ChilliCrosser !
So fatr have only been using General Hydro’s Rapid Start
(for root development). There is a root poking out the bottom
of the rockwool cube, so in a few days, maybe I’ll start feed-
ing with some dilute AK fish.
Here some leaves of my overwintered Lanceolatum. What could be the problem? It is setting new leaves, but they go to this stage when they go bigger.
Trim up some of the brown and funky limbs with disinfected pruners,repot up a container size and start feeding that plant. C.lanceolatum should be a very dark green color,almost a blue tint to it.Here some leaves of my overwintered Lanceolatum. What could be the problem? It is setting new leaves, but they go to this stage when they go bigger.