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Chilli peppers - Aus

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I've got a bottle of special sauce I've been holding onto, it has about a kilo of nagabons cooked down into 500ml.

It's made grown men cry.

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Ill just add i have seeds, not pods.. your welcome to white bullets bullit bull

I will throw u a mix bag of chilli seeds for them

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also have RUMBAS

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Bolivian Rainbow

Just ate a fruit and was treated to exactly 20 seeds.

Happy to mail out 2 x 10 packs or 4 x 5 packs, pm me if interested :)

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cool but we grow to get fruit yeah???

I've seen bonchi's with fruit before.

Just a minimal way of growing indoors on a window sill without it being 4ft tall lol

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The best way I found to germinate is to put them in a sushi container with chux cloth (vs paper towel). Most seeds germinate within FOUR days, but it could just be the Brisbane weather at the moment!

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I Fugen lurv my chillis, unfortunately IME it's still way to cold where I'm at to grow any of the real hot ones (that I love)

I can get bhuts and scorpions up, but that stay at about three inches no matter what I do :.(

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I Fugen lurv my chillis, unfortunately IME it's still way to cold where I'm at to grow any of the real hot ones (that I love)

I can get bhuts and scorpions up, but that stay at about three inches no matter what I do :.(

Can you setup an indoor grow setup?

All of my plants have pods except my bhut jolokia - will pod when it cools down a little :)

Hopefully have a bunch of seeds to give away soon :)

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"Yellow Hungarian"

Bhut Jolokia (red)

Bhut Jolokia (yellow)

Habenero (white)

Habenero (chocolate)

"Purple Tiger"

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How big are your stems at the base?

My habs are the biggest at 25mm / 1" diameter at the base, around 3 months old..

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Each hab plant has around 30 pods on it.

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Cut a bunch of can lids off (albeit much better than these 2) bit of recycling and good for seedlings. Black rumba ornamentals.

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Got around 30 seedlings of various peppers. Will go into my grow tent in a few months for the winter period.

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Hey guys,

Wondering if anyone can identify these plants? They were grown from seed given to me by a member here, no clue what they were as they were all mixed.

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I'll snap a few more pics as they begin to ripen :)

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Pics when they are a little more developed :)

If anyone in Perth wants some Carolina Reaper, Fatalli or Orange Jonah 7 pot seedings, I will be germinating some in the next week or so. I do not have many seeds.

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7x Orange Jonah 7 Pot

6x Fatalii

1x Choc Habanero

Going to let these ones be loved my nature instead of my grow tent although I will top them when ready :)

Just sowed 12 Aji Lemon seeds. Now I just need to widen my garden a little more to accommodate more plants :D

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Hey guys,

Wondering if anyone can identify these plants? They were grown from seed given to me by a member here, no clue what they were as they were all mixed.

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I'll snap a few more pics as they begin to ripen :)

The first 3 photos looks like a "Bishop's Crown" pepper..

The last 3 look like a Habanero.

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The first 3 photos looks like a "Bishop's Crown" pepper..

The last 3 look like a Habanero.

Yeah I thought they were habs.. Now just to wait & see what colour they are :)

Thanks for the Bishop's Crown ID.. Just googled it, I think you're right.

Do you enjoy milder chilli's? I'm growing Anaheim & Bell's, both very sweet. Are there any others you can recommend?

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Yeah I thought they were habs.. Now just to wait & see what colour they are :)

Thanks for the Bishop's Crown ID.. Just googled it, I think you're right.

Do you enjoy milder chilli's? I'm growing Anaheim & Bell's, both very sweet. Are there any others you can recommend?

Aji Lemon are quite nice, have a citrus-like flavor and not too hot. Milder than Habanero.

Mild peppers have their place, particularly jalapenos. I love making jalapeno poppers! yum

Anything Rocoto are nice, mild.

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Yeah I'm growing Aji Omnicolour, similar to the Lemon's I've heard. Will look into Rocoto, thanks :)

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Turns out my Habanero plants are actually of the "mustard" variety, so will have some seeds dried soon to give away.

Going to have some Jalapeno and Aji Lemon seeds to give away soon also :)

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What the fuck...

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I made my first chilli sauce today, I've wanted to do this for a long time and so was pleasantly surprised that it's quite easy, and turned out better than I expected.

I had a few fruits freshly picked and figured I wouldn't eat them all, so I looked up about 8 recipes, picked the best parts from each, and added a few ingredients I thought would go well.

Here's my recipe

~10 Bulls Horns

~10 Bolivian Rainbows

~20 Aji Omnicolours

1 Chocolate Habanero

1 Trinidad Scorpion

2 yellow Trinidad Scorpions

2 tomatoes

1 diced onion

6 cloves garlic

1 pear

2 kiwifruits

2 limes juiced

1 tblspn salt

1 1/2 tblspn pepper

2 tblspn sugar (I used brown)

1 tblspn Habanero Tabasco sauce

1 tspn Worcestershire sauce

1 tspn grain mustard

1 cup chopped coriander leaves

6 tblspn red wine vinegar

2 tblspn apple cider vinegar

Thyme

This was all blended up for about 5 minutes, while a small amount of oil was warmed on a pan. The sauce was added and cooked on low for 25 mins, stirring occasionally to prevent burning.

Didn't bother straining. Here's how it turned out.

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I've got to say it's quite delicious. Nice n' fruity and it seems to be spicier in different areas too, I've only had 2 teaspoons so far, but I copped a stronger whallop from the scorpions in the 2nd teaspoon. Really looking forward to this.

Thanks guys.

Post your recipes! :)

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