First spiring from Jose's chili seeds
Photo: Leonard Cantor on april 12, 2008
Seedlings to be planted
Photo: Leonard Cantor on april 13, 2008
Jose's chilis - a week later
Photo: Leonard Cantor on april 17, 2008
Rocoto pods coming
Photo: Leonard Cantor on juli 06, 2008
Jane Doe uprights
Jane Doe 2 - probably Jalapenos
Photo: Leonard Cantor on juli 20, 2008
Our 1st Bhut
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 02, 2008
Rocoto turning color from purple
"Jane Doe" upright pods - from light green to lime/yellow
"Jane Doe 2" pendant pods - seems to be larger than jalapeno
Bhut Jolokia flowers & pod
Bhut Jolokia flowers
Lots of NuMexicans in the Blue Room
Cayennes growing in the "Blue"
Finally the Thai is coming
"Jose" gave us a chili which we removed the seeds and planted. Now there are buds!
Rocoto - purple
Rocoto - light purple
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 03, 2008
Rocoto? the size of a one kroner (3/4 inch or 2 cm)
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 06, 2008
We call this "Jane Doe" upright pod, turning color from light green to yellow and now to red
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 12, 2008
This should be a rocoto - but no black seeds???
Cayenne turned red
New Mexicans turning red
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 16, 2008
Jane Doe uprights turning color
Rocoto? turning red
Cayenne turning red
Lots of cayenne
"Jane Doe" upright, rip for the picking. Taste? About as hot as a bell pepper!!
Photo: Leonard Cantor on august 20, 2008
New Mexican, aalso ripe for picking - but again maybe a heat factor of 1.
What have we here?? "Jane Doe 2" which we thought was a Jalapeno - but is it?? Hot only at top towards the stem.