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  • #46
    Hope you feel better soon Simon .

    Paulieb have you post yours yet ?.

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    • #47
      Sorry, been in the Christmas/New Year time warp.

      It's the first job on my list for tonight so hopefully in the post tomorrow (if not then by Saturday am).

      Can I just check I need 3 lots for chillis (4 people in total), and 1 lot for toms (2 people in total).

      The more help a man has in his garden, the less it belongs to him.
      William M. Davies

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      • #48
        That right Paul .

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        • #49
          Thanks Paul , i have your seeds just waiting for Simons.

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          • #50
            Sorry I absolutely forgot! I only just realised when I went to sow some. I’ll post tomorrow first thing, promise.

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            • #51
              Simon have you posted your seed yet ?

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              • #52
                I have your seeds Simon .

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                • #53
                  Seeds have been posted . please let me know when you get them.

                  thank you for mine and for joining in.

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                  • #54
                    Seeds received
                    Like I said on the other thread, thank you so much for running this again. Its great (regardless of numbers) to get a few new freebies and particularly varieties that I've never grown before and may never have chosen specifically.

                    Thanks
                    The more help a man has in his garden, the less it belongs to him.
                    William M. Davies

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                    • #55
                      Seeds arrived, thanks all, extra thanks to Ms. T. I'm particularly looking forwards to the Sugar Rush an Jamaican Yellow. I also find that getting varieties I never would buy and being pleasantly surprised by them, I thought I had been growing Orange Habs for years until last years swap when i received Orange Habs that actually stayed Orange unlike mine that stayed a slightly pinky orange for ages and eventually went red. Then the Pyramid Cluster became a talking point for any visitors as it was on the kitchen windowsill looking great, I would never have tried Napias and fresh ones are a real treat in salads or sarnies then last but not least the Orange Cayenne that was the staple foodstuff almost every day it produced so many pods, I will not be without one this year.

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                      • #56
                        It pays to start early with those sugar rush peach I sent. They are a bit stubborn at the end of the season. They took longer to ripen than any of my superhots, though I sowed them much later. Early march I think. They get very big In the ground as well. I started mine yesterday.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by SimpleSimon View Post
                          It pays to start early with those sugar rush peach I sent. They are a bit stubborn at the end of the season. They took longer to ripen than any of my superhots, though I sowed them much later. Early march I think. They get very big In the ground as well. I started mine yesterday.
                          Seeds over 24 hours on the heat mat already, I germinate all but Annuums in January normally

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                          • #58
                            Simon have you got your seeds yet ?

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