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Old 08-09-2011, 11:09 PM   #131
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Trinidad Perfumes sound awesome. I love habeneros but most of my family can't take their heat. These have the same citrusy flavor with less heat?
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:13 AM   #132
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Trinidad Perfumes sound awesome. I love habeneros but most of my family can't take their heat. These have the same citrusy flavor with less heat?

Yes, less the "kerosene fuel" odor as I call it you get with the hababeros, but the flavor you mention is there. Tomato Growers has them if you have trouble finding seed, but once you grow them you can save the seed.

 
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:44 AM   #133
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Be careful harvesting seeds from pepper plants you grow outdoors, cross pollination is a big issue with pepper plants. Avid growers use things like tulle in order to isolate flowers from cross pollination. I only use seeds that I know are pure, as I've received seeds from other growers before that they harvested off their plants, and they weren't good anymore.

 
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:52 AM   #134
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Be careful harvesting seeds from pepper plants you grow outdoors, cross pollination is a big issue with pepper plants. Avid growers use things like tulle in order to isolate flowers from cross pollination. I only use seeds that I know are pure, as I've received seeds from other growers before that they harvested off their plants, and they weren't good anymore.
Yeah I know, some won't even germinate due to being hybrids. But I have had no problem growing them year after year same results. I have grown many peppers for many years with no problems, no change in the pepper. I always choose the best peppers to save seed from too, the biggest and the best formed.

 
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