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2/15/11 11:41 P

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Bonnie Plant Farm right here in Alabama is the one that sells through Wal Mart and Lowes. They also sell all over the USA. Look for Bonnie Plants.

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2/15/11 2:03 P

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If you want hot peppers you should look into seeds from the south. The further south you go the hotter the weather the spicier the pepper hence the seeds. Most seeds in your local walmart, home depot, and lowes come from plant companies up north.
Check your local farmers markets then if nothing is there, some great little seed companies in New Mexico and Arizona that sell the spicy pepper seeds. You can find these companies by googling "hatch peppers".


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2/15/11 2:21 A

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I get my peppers as plants from Lowes and Wal Mart Garden Centers. I have had some of the hottest peppers ever. I love peppers so I usually get some of all they have. They have seeds but I rather get the plants.

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2/13/11 10:37 P

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I have a son that likes the hotter the better and a friend too...Thanks for the info... emoticon

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2/13/11 8:49 P

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So far the hottest pepper I know of is the Bhut Jolokia (granted this might be too hot seeing as my boyfriend can't even handle more than a drop of the sauce I bought him lol), I haven't been able to find any seeds though.

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Hi,
I am envious of your climate down there. You can grow anything! I am not sure what you mean by "hot peppers." You can get all kinds of seeds, from jalapeņos to habaneros, from any of the big catalogues. Just google "hot pepper seeds" and see where that takes you. You can also probably find them at your local Home Depot. Once you buy one thing from any of the seed catalogues, you will be inundated with other catalogues. There is a really hot and fun pepper called Red Peter, because it resembles a certain part of the male anatomy. Victorians used to grow this pepper for the shock value. I grew it in Illinois, and it grew well, but it was too hot for me, and I love hot peppers. Have fun!! emoticon

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I want to start the real hot peppers for my son mostly..I live in Fla..Have a great day too All.

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