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Old July 28, 2020   #1
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I decided to grow fewer super hots, and increase the hot enough. Hungarian Hot Wax and one of the two Frexnos are not as hot as expected. Here are some pictures, along with pictures of the sweet peppers.
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Old July 28, 2020   #2
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A few more.
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Old July 28, 2020   #3
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I'm growing Hungarian Yellow Wax this year (it's completely not hot). The biggest bummer was the size, it's quite small, between 50 and 100g, not enough to really stuff. How big are the Hot Wax?
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The Hot Wax is about 5 inches. How about Yellow Wax?
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Old July 29, 2020   #5
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Yeah, the bigger ones I guess are about that big.
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Poblano "Baron" peppers.
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Scotch Bonnets
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Folks, If you want a good stuffing pepper, go with Yellow Marconi. The best we've used.
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