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Wednesday, 04 June 2014



like the looks of your garden!


Thanks Kat! I think we've kind of gone overboard this year, so we'll see!


Glad you like it! The garden looks amazing, can't wait to try out some of those peppers.


It's great for grilling Candice. You can be sure to have a taste of those Scorpion peppers! ;o)


You have to let me know if the Scorpion is a lot hotter then the ghost. I'm sure after a certain point it doesn't matter.


Hi Kyle - You're right, I don't think a couple of thousand SU's will matter at this point. What I am interested in is the actually flavor, Bhut Jolokia has a wonderful floral flavor before the heat slams down on you that is really nice. I'm sure I'll do a post when we try it....if we live!


So jealous Kirk! Your garden looks fantastic! I have tomatoes growing this year and hoping that my cherokee purples will grow and produce something this year. I love growing peppers myself, but here in germany I find it more of a challenge sometimes. :) I just have to see if next year I can get ahold of tomatillo seeds, and grow problanos as they are scarce as purple flying pigs. I hope your garden grows well and produces a lot. :)


Hi Mills - I'm thrilled to hear from you.....yeah, we're growing all kinds of stuff this year....we'll see how that turns out.

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