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    Another hot pepper, you may have heard the name

    Got another one of these the other day, a couple of pics before and after. email if interested, gnixon@satx.rr.com. I heard there is a yellow, I just have the red.

    I have perhaps 25 seeds up for grabs.

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    Is that a peter pepper here is a pod of mine earlier this spring....


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    Yes indeed, before and after bobbiting.

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    They do have a bit of heat to them. Yesterday I met a fellow at the community garden area and he was watering his wife's plot. She is Bulgarian he said, and has several peppers growing. One was a small yellow/orange one about an inch long, tapered maybe a quarter to 3/8 inch wide. Like a mini-Serrano. I took one and touched it to my tongue, it had a fair bit of heat. The growth habit is slightly similar to a chili petin-pequin depending on your spelling...but not quite so rambly. If you want a couple of seeds, let me know, jmrc.

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    I have a few pequins and have something similar to yours only difference is the color. It is a Thai pepper that packs a punch. Not quite super hot but enough to give you a good buzz. I dont think i will need seeds, got a box full of different seeds from trading on the pepper growing forums......

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