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May 7, 2011 8:57 AM CST
Name: bit
Eastern VA and NC
Zone 7b/8a
I think they're the only pepper he has flowering/fruiting now, because he overwintered it indoors. Around here, the outdoor peppers are all still small. Hopefully that takes care of any cross-pollination risk.

I grow several varieties, so I'm going to need to learn to bag the flowers and hand-pollinate if I want to save seeds, I guess. Have you done that, or do you just buy seeds?

By the way, I put a couple drops of the infused vinegar in with some other hot sauce (homemade from last year's cayenne's), and it gave it an amazing flavor, as well as plenty of heat. I'm hooked!

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