Peppers

IMG_5297Sorry guys I did schlepp off this 2017 Growing Season. I only started a couple plants the rest are from last year.  Next year I will select 20+ new ones and get them going.

Peppers? Yea I love Peppers… mainly the ones with some HEAT. There is going to be a lot of photos and videos this year!

This all started with growing just a few peppers… I think it got out of hand.

My Top 10 Favorite at the Moment – all I’ve tried so far!

  1. Thai Dragon
  2. Aji Lemon
  3. Cumari
  4. Jalapeno
  5. Serrano
  6. Tabasco
  7. Orange Thai
  8. Turkish Charleston
  9. Kashmiri Mirch Chili Pepper
  10. 7 Pot Moruga X Bubblegum

Peppers I’m Growing for 2018 (100 Peppers) The ones in RED are definite. 

  1. Carolina Reaper Pepper (2,200,000)
  2. Trinidad Scorpion Yellow Moruga (700,000)
  3. Trinidad Sunrise Scorpion
  4. Trinidad Red Douglah
  5. Scorpanero
  6. Chocolate Moruga
  7. Caramel Moruga (850,000 – 1,000,000)
  8. 7 Pot Brain Strain Red (1,291,800)
  9. 7 Pot Brain Strain Red #2
  10. 7 Pot Red Primo
  11. 7 Pot Yellow Primo
  12. 7 Pot Caramel
  13. 7 Pot White
  14. 7 Pot Yellow
  15. 7 Pot Bubblegum (850,000)
  16. 7 Pot Moruga X bubblegum
  17. 7 Pot BubbleGum Long
  18. Yellow Bhut Jolokia
  19. Caramel Bhut Jolokia
  20. Bhut Orange Copenhagen (BOC)
  21. Mini – Black Naga
  22. Indian PC-1 (100,000)
  23. Bonda Ma Jacque Habanero (a lot of Shade)
  24. Madame Jeanette Surinam Yellow Habanero
  25. Caiene Habanero
  26. Chocolate Habaneros (400,000+)
  27. Hot Chocolate Habaneros (400,000+)
  28. Galapagos Isabella Red
  29. Malaysian Goronong – Yellow
  30. Scotch Bonnet Jamaican Hot Red Pepper (150,000 – 325,000)
  31. Scotch Bonnet Yellow (150,000 – 325,000)
  32. M.O.A Scotch Bonnet
  33. Orange Jamaican Scotch Bonnet (150,000 – 325,000)
  34. Zimbabwe Birds Eye (200,000 – 350,000)
  35. Yellow Fatalii (125,000 – 325,000)
  36. Jigsaw Fatalii
  37. Cumari (50,000 – 300,000)
  38. Jamaican Hot Red Mushroom Chile Pepper (100,000 – 200,000)
  39. Thai Hot Peppers (Dragons?) (50,000 – 100,000  1”-2” long)
  40. Thai Dragons (75,000 – 100,000 1” – 2” long)
  41. Red Thai (75,000 – 150,000 2” – 3” long)
  42. Thai Hot (birds eye – small round ½” long)
  43. Hot Birds Eye Chili Pepper / Chiltepin (100,000 – 225,000 – ½” long)
  44. Orange Thai OG (75,000-150,000 – 2 ½” long)
  45. Yellow Bird Thai (100,000 – 225,000)
  46. Prik Kee Noo, aka “Rat Shit”  (Thai chili) (50,000 – 70,000)
  47. Kung Pao (10,000)
  48. Vietnamese Peppers (100,000–225,000 1 ½” – 2 ½”)
  49. Heirloom”Chi-Chien”Chilli Pepper (50,000 – 70,000)
  50. Tien Tsin (50,000 – 70,000) Pronounced “tea-in sin”
  51. Thai Sun
  52. Yatsufusa or Japones (15,000 – 30,000)
  53. Piri Piri
  54. Prik Chi Faa
  55. Aji Limon / “Lemon Drop” (50,000 – 100,000)
  56. Chiltepin Pepper (50,000 – 100,000)
  57. Florida Grove Peppers ( 70,000+ Strength)
  58. Bahamian Goat Pepper (95,000-110,000)
  59. Star of Turkey (50,000 – 125,000)
  60. Apache Pepper (80,000) (Pot)
  61. Pequin Chile Pepper (40,000 – 58,000)
  62. Odham Indian Pequin
  63. Super Chilis (40,000 – 50,000)
  64. Tabasco Hot Pepper (30,000 – 50,000)
  65. Yellow Bush Tabasco
  66. “Cayenne Long Slim” -(30,000 – 50,000)
  67. Turkish Charleston (type of Cayenne)
  68. Dragon Claw Cayenne
  69. Pusa Jwala Finger Hot Indian Pepper (30,000 – 50,000)
  70. Rooster Spur (30,000 – 50,000)
  71. Orange TeaPot (30,000 – 40,000)
  72. Orange Cobra
  73. Purple UFO (20,000 – 50,000)
  74. De Arbol Chili Pepper (15,000 – 30,000)
  75. Hanoi Red Pepper (10,000 – 30,000)
  76. Variegated Fish (5,000 – 30,000)
  77. Aleppo (23,000)
  78. Facing Heaven (Chao Tian Jiao) Fat Cone Oriental Hot (Heat 5/10)
  79. Serrano Chili (5,000 – 23,000)
  80. Hot Banana Pepper (5,000 to 10,000)
  81. Extra Hot Biker Billy Jalapeno Pepper (3,500 – 10,000)
  82. Jalapenos – (2,500 – 8,000)
  83. NuMex Jalmundo (17,000)
  84. Chichimeca Pepper (5,000 to 30,000)
  85. Bali Hot Pepper (5,000)
  86. Guajillo (2,500 – 5,000)
  87. Kashmiri Mirch Chili Pepper (2,000)
  88. Ancho Grande – “POBLANO” (1,000 – 2,000) – chili Rellenos
  89. Paprika (no heat)
  90. Jimmy Nardello’s
  91. Aji Cacho de Cabra
  92. Cayenne Purple
  93. Aji Cereza
  94. Piri piri
  95. Philippine Sili Siling Labuyo
  96. Nagabon Jolokia
  97. Arseclown Jolokia
  98. Saffron Habanero
  99. Yellow Lighting Habanero
  100. Turkish Yesil Tati Biber

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