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Storing chilli seeds at home? – Mini Seed Bank Product Review & The Millenium Seed Bank

Wakehurst Place near Ardingly in West Sussex is a National Trust property with grounds run by Kew, with their main Royal Botanic Gardens being based 10 miles from central London. The main difference between the two sites is tha...
 
 
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The Bubblegum 7 Pot

Over the last couple of years there has been an explosion of new varieties/hybrids of chillies emerging from all over the world. There is a very competitive race to come up with a new stable variety with a unique feature. The m...
 

 
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Time Lapse of a Trinidad Scorpion Butch T Chile Pepper

This cool little video clip comes courtesy of the "Real" Vince Samios, a gardener and member of the Chileheads group on Facebook. It shows a Trinidad Scorpion Butch T chile pepper pod over a period of 4 days becoming ripe on th...
 
 
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Review of the HP22B Chile Pepper AKA Carolina Reaper, a Contender for the Hottest Chile Pepper in the World

Another chile pepper test on camera. This time out I eat and cook with the HP22B Chile Pepper AKA the Carolina Reaper. This comes courtesy of Ed Currie of the Pucker Butt Pepper Company. THis is being touted as the world's ho...
 
 
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Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Study Published by HortTechnology

The world's hottest critics are one step closer to being silenced about the Moruga Scorpion. HortTechnology has published the study by the Chile Pepper Institute. |
 

 
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Mr Vikki’s Tomato and Nigella Chutney

The Lake District may not be the first place you think of when your after chilli. Or maybe its just me??? Probably just me as I did not realise that the Lakes are the home of the award winning ‘Mr Vikki’s’. And when I say award...
 
 
 
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Play a Little Spanish Roulette with Padrón Peppers

I found the Spanish chiles known as pimientos de padrón at the Downtown Growers Market here in Albuquerque and fried them in olive oil, then dressed them with sea salt. Just excellent! Continue reading →
 

 
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Makin’ Habaneros – Part XII – Pests

There is nothing worse than spending all that time nurturing your little babies only to have them attacked by pests the second you get them out doors. Here are a few tips for dealing with various common pests. Diggers Diggers i...
 
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Makin’ Habaneros – Part XI: Hardening

Before you consider moving your plants outdoors there are still some precautions that we must take. First of all, our little seedlings will still have some pretty weak stems on them, the second that any real wind comes their wa...
 
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Pepper Garden Update

Peppers – as received from ChilePlants.com – 4/10/2008 Spacing them out – 4/11/2008 Day 1 – Planted – 4/11/2008 2 weeks later – 5/1/2008 Tomatoes – 5/1/2008 Tomatoes & peppers R...