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What peppers are you growing this year?


Joined Apr 5, 2020
The usual suspects. Hungarian Wax, Jalapeno, Bells, Sweet Italian.
The reason I'm sharing is one I stumbled into last season. I purchased some hot Pepperoncini last season. When they came up, to my surprise, they weren't hot. I looked up sweet pepperoncini. It is a Greek variety. They were delicious on the grill. The family and the guys in the poker club agreed. Creamy texture is how on described it. Really good. I saved the seeds and have about twenty plants this season for my and my son's garden. (Hope they come true to their parent) If you find some don't hesitate to try them and share your opinion.
Great forum.


Smoke Blower
Joined Jan 25, 2013
With a knee surgery in Dec, I was unable to do my seed starts in the basement this year, so I am going with local nursery offerings. We went today a picked up a few veggie starts for peppers I got,
And a new one for me, Devil's Tongue
Also doing a very popular one from last year Sugar Rush Peach. A sweet, citrusy flavor with a good amount of heat supposedly around 100k shu.


Smoke Blower
Joined Jun 22, 2019
This will be my first garden this year hoping it goes well. I've got habanero, cayenne, Hungarian wax and some red bell.

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