Fresh chillies from the garden

Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by Quan-Time, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. sir_bazz

    sir_bazz Team Papparazi

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    Picked a couple of the early reds for a buddy.
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    Still waiting for some decent weather to ripen the orange habs. IMG_20200212_075527.jpg
     
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  2. Elmf

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    Omg this thread exists?

    I have been trying to uplift my yearly chilli growth for a few year's now.

    This year's my biggest crop as I moved all of them into pots the double size, but still at some point they all like...withered up on the tree (while still green) and started looking sad and dying. I pulled them off and used them as drying chilli's

    https://imgur.com/a/NOuHOvW

    Funny story - what I thought was my Bhut Jolokia seems to have been a standard capsicum plant, I'm sad about it but....now I have 8 fresh capsicums growing which is nice
     
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  3. sir_bazz

    sir_bazz Team Papparazi

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    Finally got a bit of sun in Melbourne and boom.

    Same plant as posted above.
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  4. Elmf

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    Nice!
     
  5. Nethiuz

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    Ah chilli thread sweet.
    I am growing JalapeƱos, Reapers, Naga Vipers, Some random indian one looks birdseye ish and Scotch Bonnet.

    Most are going very well with the tropical climate but two plants are going yellow leaves and after reading Aggs and Sir_bazz posts i see it is probably too much water, but i cant stop the sky gods here it is the wettest place in the country :upset:

    Oh well dry season soon.
     
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  6. MonoJoker

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    A year on nearly to the day and the surviving plant is about to fruit like a trojan. Looking forward to some rocotos in a few weeks!

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