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Re: peppers


Hot peppers seem to do better in the heat than the sweet bells.  But I'm sold on these Italian heirlooms - no more "down time" during the summer for this bell pepper fan.  I can't eat the hot ones, so the only hot ones I grow are the small ornamental jobs in pots - so pretty w/ their little multi-colored fruits!  Nosegay is my cuurent favorite - gorgeous!!

Pam


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: jim singer <jsinger@igc.org>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sat, 14 Dec 2002 09:51:46 -0500

>definitely interesting about the peppers, pam. there are three that do well 
>here. the bird pepper, which is native to south texas, the thai devil, and 
>a homemade cross between a bird pepper and a small round one named "texan." 
>those three have lasted years here. the thai, in fact, is now 5 years old 
>and about 4 feet tall. all are hot.
>
>
>At 09:35 AM 12/14/02 -0600, you wrote:
>>Speaking of produce from Italy.  Two heirloom peppers, Quadrato Asti 
>>Giallo (doesn't the name just sing) and Jimmy Nardello's did better in our 
>>summer heat than any of the fancy hybrids ever have.  They kept fruiting 
>>and producing all summer long, apparently evolving in the warm climate of 
>>Italy makes them well suited for the South.  They're available as seeds or 
>>transplant from Seed Saver's Exchange.  We liked them so well, we're 
>>getting twice as many next year so Pat can grow them too!  These are sweet 
>>peppers BTW.
>>Viva Italia!!
>>
>>Pam
>>
>>
>>---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
>>From: Cersgarden@aol.com
>>Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
>>Date:  Sat, 14 Dec 2002 00:33:32 EST
>>
>> >In a message dated 12/13/02 5:31:46 PM, jw.laytham@worldnet.att.net writes:
>> >
>> ><< fantastic delies as well as women who made
>> >tortellinis at home for sale to selected clients.  My aunt always gave me a
>> >juice glass of wine watered down with meals. >>
>> >
>> >Oh, yes, totelliniiiis are a special holiday treat ....or any other 
>> time.  I
>> >have made them but not in the past couple years. I am not a wine lover 
>> but my
>> >FIL and his friends ordered grapes from Italy to make their wine.  I have
>> >heard my husbands family talk of this often.
>> >    Ceres
>> >
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>>Pam Evans
>>Kemp TX/zone 8A
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