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    my newest pepper seeds

    I just picked up some white habanero seeds. Does anybody have any experience growing these?

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    Not me, but im looking foward for the pictures !

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    I've never grown this variety before but I do grow the regular variety almost every year. I imagine that they are very similar.

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    I have experience growing many types of hot peppers usually just plant them after a 24hour soak in water 1/2 inch deep in peat moss

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    I've been growing peppers for the past few years and have always started them by putting them in a small container with a cotton pad (makeup applicator, can pick them up at the dollar store) and moisten the pad, you can cover it and plant them after they have small roots. I have never tried the variety but am currently growing some ghosts, 7 pot Rennies, Jamacian Scotch Bonnets, and a few other varieties from some of the pepper growers on the other forums.

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    Habanero? Be extremely careful when handling the fresh peppers. They're the hottest commercially grown pepper (the Trinidad Scorpion is the hottest in the world), so don't put too much in a dish at one time!
    As for growing, I have no experience, but I'd assume you'd grow them the same as you would other members of the jalapeno family.

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    I'm sure a lot of peppers, especially the hot ones, do well in similar conditions. I grow a big pot of Trinidad Scorpions in my greenhouse under lights, and they've gotten huge, but they need new pots.
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    You grow the Trinidad Scorpion pepper? Oh, what audacity do the members of this forum have.
    Last edited by Plant Planter; 04-30-2013 at 02:43 PM.

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