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    Good work, Scarlet, on running the Tom and Chili seed circles. I don't think people realise how much work is involved unless they've done it themselves.
    Chris11, I don't understand why you didn't post them as Scarlet said she wanted to sort it before Christmas http://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gra...ml#post1501351 and you posted after this.
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    Thank you Scarlet and everyone my seeds are here ...going to be hard choosing what to grow next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris11 View Post
    Apologies to anyone who was hoping for Burkina Yellow. If any circle members or other chilli growers would like a private swap, please send me a message.
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    Thanks for letting us know Scarlet - will keep an eye out for seeds and my postie's had a bag of my biscotti to thank him in advance for trekking up all our stairs with my many and various parcels.

    Exciting!! I love a good Seedmas.
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    Seeds received safe and sound! Thank you everyone, especially you Scarlet for all your hard work! Can't wait to try the black nagas
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    As some of you may have noticed, my seeds arrived safe and sound too
    thanks all and look forward to a good year of growing...
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    If your trepadieras grow into the expected triffids, this is a lovely thing to make with them:
    Homemade Red Hot Sauce Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Food Network

    I added a few long red sweet peppers to the mix and it is still very poky. I had so many chillies on the plant I really didn't know what to do with them all! This is now a firm favourite.
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    Apologies for posting on this thread but I'm unable to post on the seed saving threads as they've been archived. Was looking through one of the groups I'm in on a social media site (towards the conservation of wild and rare types of chilli" and people seem to have been using mosquito nets (for bagging whole plants" and the loose tea bags (for bagging individual flowers/branches) as a way to isolate for purer seeds. Might come in useful to the seed swappers!

    I'm going to be trying it this year with the varieties I'm looking to save seeds from (A couple of CAP varieties, superhots, and a Milawi Piquante)
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