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Thread: The Grapevine Seed Circle Number 5 - Chilli Special 2011-12

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    I've got growing so far
    Fatalli - doing really well and fruiting
    Congo black
    Trinidad Scorpion
    Gambia Red
    Red Savina
    Bhut Jolokia
    Dorset Naga
    Numex Twilight
    Bolivian Rainbow
    All have flowers except for the Bhut's and Naga's, hopefully they'll pick up (if the weather ever changes) Tried to be carefull regarding pollination but like everyone else can't guarantee no crosses (still a fatalli/naga cross sounds quite cool )
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    Quote Originally Posted by T8Ter View Post
    ...a fatalli/naga cross sounds quite cool
    Be no call for any of those then? Lol!
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    No, they might have fabulous flavour and searing heat...absolutely no call...
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    Update: just harvested/dried loads of Fatalli seed, so I'll have something to send
    Hoping to get some Trinidad Scorpion,Red Savina and Nu-mex Twilight sorted over the next couple of days.
    Of the others, at the moment the Congo Black and Bhut Jolokia's are slow, I'm hoping to get some fruit on them before the growing season ends, Gambia reds are fruiting but not ripe yet so should get some of those.
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    how did i miss this
    i don't suppose there is any room left for little ole me is there

    i got a nice Bengal Naga with some fruit just about ready to get some seed....plus loads of others
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Large One View Post
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    how did i miss this
    i don't suppose there is any room left for little ole me is there

    i got a nice Bengal Naga with some fruit just about ready to get some seed....plus loads of others
    Will add you to the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by northepaul View Post
    Will add you to the list
    Thanks

    to update i have

    Bengal Naga
    Cascabel
    Facing Heaven
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    I've been looking back at the list, and I did a search to confirm, my Hot Lemon (the name given to them by the person who gave me the original seeds) are the same as Lemon Drop, so I will see if I can send something else. How many seeds are we looking at to a packet?
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