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Old August 11, 2016   #121
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I want some seeds---please !!!!!
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Old August 16, 2016   #122
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I've got the first open flowers, no fruit yet, not the best of summer's either, fingers crossed.
Anyone have fruit set?
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Old August 16, 2016   #123
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If anyone has any seeds to spare for these striped peppers, I would love to have a few--thanks-
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Old August 30, 2016   #124
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Started seeds for next year,they took around 10 days to germinate.
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Old August 30, 2016   #125
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OMG, I can't believe that I missed this thread! I, too would love some seeds.

I look forward to seeing updates on the stability of this variety.

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Old September 7, 2016   #126
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Any updates? This is so intriguing!
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Old September 7, 2016   #127
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Started seeds for next year,they took around 10 days to germinate.
Mine were really quick to germinate. 4-5 days which included a couple of days in the paper towel/baggie. I also had 100% germination.

Hopefully they grow fast now.
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Old September 7, 2016   #128
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Yes,germination was close to 100% once they did pop.
Those are fresnel lenses on top,another experiment.
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Old September 7, 2016   #129
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Would someone please put me on the list for some seeds of these peppers? thanks--I really want to grow some next year.
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Old September 7, 2016   #130
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If you live near a larger metropolitan area, perhaps check at the high end deli grocery stores for the peppers. I know they were found at Lund's in Minneapolis. Maybe others who found peppers could chime in with their town and name of the store that carried them. If they are sold out, ask to talk to the manager about any future shipments.
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Old September 7, 2016   #131
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in southern new england Big Y has them but kind of pricey @4.99 lb
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Old September 7, 2016   #132
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Would someone please put me on the list for some seeds of these peppers? thanks--I really want to grow some next year.
Send me an address and Ill get some to you. You could have PMd weeks ago and I would have sent them then.
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Old September 9, 2016   #133
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I also would liketo try this wonderful pepper for next year
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Old September 9, 2016   #134
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Hunt-Grow-Cook, did you get a PM from me? I have sent 2, but can't see them in my sent folder. Sorry to be a pest!
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Old September 10, 2016   #135
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Mine were really quick to germinate. 4-5 days which included a couple of days in the paper towel/baggie. I also had 100% germination.

Hopefully they grow fast now.
I'm going to have to bug you for some of those seeds in our next swap Barb.
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