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1948jr

07-11-2018 11:37:21




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what is this pepper called?




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4play

07-11-2018 23:35:55




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 1948jr, 07-11-2018 11:37:21  
Whatever pepper it might be, go ahead and eat it and let us know how it goes. It will be mildest when green, they only get hotter if they change colors. Just remember the hot ones will burn you 3 times if you know what I mean.



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4play

07-11-2018 23:32:16




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 1948jr, 07-11-2018 11:37:21  
Looks like a Bishop's crown pepper or maybe Brazilian starfish, both of those are similar and go from green to orange then red. Neither of them are real hot but should be somewhere between the hotter side of jalapenos to a serrano pepper. Does it smell fruity at all, or taste sweet?
It's not a habanero species which would be much hotter than this one. What's surprising is habanero peppers are pretty mild compared to many other peppers out there.

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1948jr

07-12-2018 03:23:07




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 4play, 07-11-2018 23:32:16  
not a bishop crown, they are 3 sided ,this is 4 sided



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Handyman

07-11-2018 21:31:16




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 1948jr, 07-11-2018 11:37:21  
looks a bit like a scotch bonnet pepper to me.



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old

07-11-2018 12:53:12




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 1948jr, 07-11-2018 11:37:21  
I agree with Wayne. Looks just like the habaneros I have out in my garden and will turn orange when ripe. I make habanero gold jelly with the ones I grow. First bite taste great. 2nd bite you feel and the 3rd bite it bites you back



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WAYNE-N-TX

07-11-2018 12:03:08




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to 1948jr, 07-11-2018 11:37:21  
Looks like a green habanero to me, if so, it'll turn a yellowest orange. If you bite into it, it'll burn your hair off your chest, joking.



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1948jr

07-11-2018 12:25:38




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 Re: attention gardners in reply to WAYNE-N-TX, 07-11-2018 12:03:08  
no I don't think so thanks



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