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 Posted: Thu Feb 24th, 2011 11:57 pm
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Burpee seeds has introduced a new hibrid habanero that is high on flavor but is very low in heat. Instead of the normal 300,000 Scoville units, the new pepper is the first of its kind with mild heat (100 Scoville units.)

Read all about it. http://www.burpee.com go to peppers and scroll down to Pepper, Hot Zavory. All questions will be answered. Cheers to Chile lovers.

Several years ago they introduced a low heat jalapeno called False Alarm that was met with great success. It is still available.

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 Posted: Fri Feb 25th, 2011 10:29 pm
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I am going to be making an order from Burpee but not getting any pepper seeds.

I do have some Cayenne seeds left from a year or two ago and I will be planting those. Planting some Swiss Chard and will be planting beets. We might have to order the beet seeds.



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I am going to be ordering seeds from Gurney's this year, they havea great deal right now, $25 off of a order of $50 or more. One thing I am going to grow this year is popcorn, probably won't plant the whole pack of seeds and if anyone wants the rest, let me know.

 

Summer squash and walleye off the grill  :eat:



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 Posted: Sun Feb 27th, 2011 09:46 am
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I have not grown summer squash in a couple of years. We might do some again. They are real easy to grow in a 2 1/2 gallon pot for those who might not have a large garden. Put one plant per pot and be sure to keep watered--that means at least once a day.



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Not to get too far off the pepper track but for those that can't wait for the pepper taste. Try Tabasco  Jalapeno pepper sauce. It's the (GREEN SAUCE).  No heat just the good pepper flavor. Oh! You might want to save your self some travel time and purchase the larger bottle. Mmmmm      It's kind of like being in the sun and waring shades.  I love it!  :dude:



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For a great salsa, but a bit pricey @ $4.69 a bottle, try Frontera Jalapeno Cilantro Salsa.(I found this at Value Fresh Market @ 10/Hoover) It is a medium heat level with a great taste, but nothing beats fresh homemade salsa.



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For a great salsa, but a bit pricey @ $4.69 a bottle, try Frontera Jalapeno Cilantro Salsa.(I found this at Value Fresh Market @ 10/Hoover) It is a medium heat level with a great taste, but nothing beats fresh homemade salsa.



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