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Hello everyone! Time for me to give something back! I've got two packs of the following pepper varieties to give away. The packs contain 20+ seeds of each variety, bhut jolokia I just recently bought so haven't tested it's viability, all others are from my grow and should have near 100% germination rate. (As far as I'm aware, pepper seeds are allowed into Australia, I have sent successfully before, but please correct me if I'm wrong.) Each pack contains: - Bhut jolokia (no explanation needed, you all know it and love it!) - Big Thai hybrid (short bushy plants, with lots and lots of small, fragrant peppers with habanero level heat) - Satan's kiss (short plants with beautiful upwards fruiting red pearls, very fleshy and tasty with heat similar to cayenne) - Russian roulette (a pepper very popular in Spanish cuisine as a tapas (Padron chili), most of the fruits are milder than jalapeno, but about one in 5 is hoter than a Thai! Even from the same plant.) - Cayenne pepper All you need to do is post here to enter, you'll each be asigned a number in the order you posted, and random.org will do the rest. The contest ends in exactly 48 hours, on Sunday the 11th, 12 PM GMT. Cheers!
Recipes, growing tips, photos! I want it all! I've been growing red habs, choc habs and some misc. jalapeños for awhile but it's fairly bland. The red hab. I put in the ground when I moved house a few months ago went absolutely crazy in a few months. Nearly quadrupled in size! It's only just producing ripe fruit now though... seems a bit late? I come asking for tips though... how do you increase the strength of your chillies? I'm looking to make some hot sauces at some point down the track and I'd love to be using my own, home grown, stupidly hot, satanic level pods. I'll probably order some online before then and try and get a rad recipe going. Excuse the terrible photo and the messy garden but here's my current red hab. bush: (Related: Interested in buying some seeds and/or ridiculously hot fruits. PM me)