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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Pinocchio's Nose chilli peppers

This is the first time I tried growing chili peppers. I was reading BBC's Gardeners World magazine (here's thier website), and Pippa Greenwood had some recomendations. She liked this Pinocchio's Nose one the best. So I thought I would go with this, and see what happened.
Aren't they just weeee! Curly! They must have been designed by Tim Burton!
I don't think they are ripe just yet, as the pic in my seed catalogue shows them being red and dark purple.
This pic is from thompson-morgan website, see all the hot pepper seeds they offer!

11 Comments:

Blogger Petunia's Gardener said...

Thanks for the note on the parsley. I have noticed the seed are finally falling from mine and I am hoping they'll sprout. You said you are planting seeds also. Do you find they sprout from the self-seeded seeds too? I've been spreading some around the young lettuce also.

Lovely photos you have on your site. I appreciate the rose seed tip too. I have a wild rose with lovely rose hips. I have been hoping it would spread but hadn't thought about potting some seeds to plant where I want later. I'll give it a try.
thanks again, P Gardener

September 27, 2006 4:06 am  
Anonymous john curtin said...

Silvia,
Thanks for visiting recently.

I've never grown chilli peppers but yours look good - and grown outdoors by the looks of it?

September 27, 2006 11:07 am  
Blogger Salix Tree said...

Petunia's Gardener, parsley does indeed sprout from self sown seeds. I already have several baby planties all over the veggie garden.

john curtin, I grew the peppers in pots, which I carried in and out of the house depending on the weather. They did stay outside for a lot of the summer. But now they are inside, on the south side of the house in front of our glass doors. If the sun shines warmly, I do bring them out, though.

September 27, 2006 12:47 pm  
Anonymous Chllis said...

Hi there, yes these chillis would have eventually turned red. I always found this type to have a few too many seeds and not enough flesh to them

June 06, 2009 4:11 pm  
Blogger Hillside Garden said...

I have them too. They are hot, very hot! We have bought them in Britain!

Sigrun

August 26, 2010 5:29 pm  
Blogger Marc-L said...

I have about 20 of these plants i have grown from seed.....i just cooked a few in a roasting tin with some buffalo wings in a home made sauce and my mouth is on fire...and i like hot food..but never expected them to be this hot as they are still green and very young....very nice though..muhahaha

August 30, 2011 7:11 pm  
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I've never grown chilli peppers but yours look good - and grown outdoors by the looks of it?

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I do bring them out, though.

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Blogger Silvia Hoefnagels . Salix Tree said...

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