On Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 04:11:34PM +0100, Phil Trickett mentioned:
> I'd say me too for a bulk order of Chili types.
>> Big Cheese co chillies work quite well when you grow your own, but they tend
> not to have the 'bite' of their parent plant. (And they are none to sturdy!)
Well, I've ordered a book on growing chillies, and 30 seeds from ten
plants that are "Hardy northern new mexico" plants. They *may* work here.
We'll see. So far, those 300 seeds are split between yourself, myself and
Kevin & Niall. More than sufficent.
Problem with chillies is that ther potency can vary depending on the
amount of water, sun and cold exposure they get over their fruiting
period. I didn't even occur to me to try and grow them from dried chilli
seed, as the seeds could be old & dead...
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