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Old 11-08-2011, 08:41 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: If you could grow peppers in pots indoors which would you choose?

Over the years I've had to cut down on the number of varieties I grow due to space considerations. I came up with the categories below and then my favorites from each. If I only could grow one, it would be Bulgarian Carrot. You can find descriptions of all of these at Tomato Growers Supply Company.

Pepper, Chili, Ancho & Santa Fe Type

Ancho San Luis, Espanola Improved, Mulato Isleno (Ancho Type), Grande Hybrid, Holy Mole, Mariachi Hybrid, Pasilla Bajio

Pepper, Chili, Heat = Low

Biggie Chile Hybrid, Sonora, Aji Dulce #2, Anaheim TMR, Shis-hito (without the dash)

Pepper, Chili, Heat = Medium

Guajillo, Mirasol, Chili de Arbol, Jaloro (Yellow Jalapeno), Jalapeno M

Pepper, Chili, Heat = Medium-Hot

Serrano del Sol Hybrid, Large Red Thick Cayenne, Thai, Aji Red, Tabasco

Pepper, Chili, Heat = Very Hot

Chichen Itza Hybrid, Congo Trinidad, Scotch Bonnet, Habanero Red, Habanero Brown, Caribbean Red, Red Mushroom, Fatalii, Habanero (Orange), Jamaican Hot Yellow

Pepper, Chili, Spicy

Bulgarian Carrot, Paprika, Cascabel, Fish Pepper, Pimiento de Padron, Mesilla Finger Hots, Chiltepin aka Chili Tepin

Pepper, Fryers & Roasters

Cubanelle PS, Italian Roaster Hybrid, Sweet Pepper, Jimmy Nardello, Fresno, Key West X3R Hybrid

Pepper, Pickling & Stuffing

Sport, Hungarian Wax, Golden Greek Pepperoncini, Large Red Cherry Hot, Cherry Bomb Hybrid, Big Bomb Hybrid

Pepper, Sweet

Sweet Banana, Corno Verde Hybrid, Corno di Toro Yellow, Corno di Toro Red
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