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Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they are way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier or an
alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/

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Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they are
way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier or an
alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/


I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back then.
They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor profile. I think I
failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll look in my stocks.
Steve


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"Steve Peek" wrote:

"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
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Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they are
way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier or an
alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/


I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back then.
They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor profile. I think I
failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll look in my stocks.
Steve


thanks
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Steve Peek wrote:
"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in
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Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they
are way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier
or an alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/


I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back
then. They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor
profile. I think I failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll
look in my stocks.
Steve


Would any be viable?

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On Fri, 14 Oct 2011 17:20:12 -0400, "Steve Peek"
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"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they are
way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier or an
alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/


I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back then.
They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor profile. I think I
failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll look in my stocks.
Steve


Here is a source.
http://www.totallytomato.com/dp.asp?...ter+Red+Pepper
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On Fri, 14 Oct 2011 17:20:12 -0400, "Steve Peek"
wrote:


"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably
laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did, but they are
way too
expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a better supplier or an
alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/


I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back then.
They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor profile. I think I
failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll look in my stocks.
Steve


Here is a source.
http://www.totallytomato.com/dp.asp?...ter+Red+Pepper


that's better but I didn't see any info on approx how many seeds are in each
packet.

thanks
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"Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" wrote:

In article ,
The Cook wrote:

On Fri, 14 Oct 2011 17:20:12 -0400, "Steve Peek" wrote:


"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
Was recently twigged to these peppers and once you view them you will
probably laugh as much as me and see the humor potential like I did,
but they are way too expensive and I was hoping that someone may have a
better supplier or an alternative but still similar pepper

http://www.chilli-willy.com/

I grew them over 20 years ago. They were called "peter" peppers back
then. They are a deformed cayenne with the same heat and flavor profile.
I think I failed to save seed for lack of interest but I'll look in my
stocks. Steve


Here is a source.
http://www.totallytomato.com/dp.asp?...ter+Red+Pepper


that's better but I didn't see any info on approx how many seeds are in each
packet.

thanks

Look again; scroll down to "Product details", RH column
Seed Start Indoors: Yes Seed Start Direct: No Seeds Per Packet: 10 Planting
Depth: 1/4"


aw, I guess it's time to have those cataracts removed.

thanks


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