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Discussion in 'Peppers' started by alx, Sep 21, 2009.
You are the king of peppers! I wish I lived closer so you could assist me to grow something (anything!!) that even remotely resembled produce that I buy in the store. I don't have a green thumb...that's for sure. Your garden is a thing of beauty!
Man you have a green thumb, thats alot of work there but it pays of big
Nice looking peppers ALX...
How hot are the Pequins?
ALX - great looking peppers. I agree that the taste is extrodinarily different depending on how long you let them mature. I'm a green chili fan, so I don't have to wait as long, although, there are always a few red ones in there as well.
Since you've probably been at this longer than me, I have a question regarding Pablono peppers. I messed around this year and couldn't get my forty anahem plants, so I ended up going with about half anehems, half pablono's... problem is, I'm not sure when to pick the pablano's. Do they turn red as well? I ask because I've seen some types of pepers turn a dark blackish color when they are ready. Like I said, I like them just before they fully mature for my tasting.
Any advice will be appreciated.
awesome looking peppers....man those veins on the japs are big....thems some hot ones their !!!! I can't wait for mine to mature that much this year we had a real weird summer up here for the growing people.
Great looking chiles/peppers my friend. Fully ripened chiles are a treat. Thanks for sharing.
Mine are about 80,00 scoville-little hotter then serrano i grow.They are amazing dry powder or in vinegar as pepper oil.
Back of the mouth fruity type heat.
do you have a recipe that sounds good. but i have no experience with that
Always love seeing pictures of the garden and your fruit Alex.
The peppers you grew that were 6-7' high, are they meant to grow that high? Like picking fruits off of a bush.
great stuff alex.......love the roaster!
That's a beautiful pepper garden, Alex! You are definitely the pepper master.