My favorite, fruity, not too hot pepper is the Datil pepper. These are grown
commercially in St. Augustine, FL. My husband and I travel there from
Atlanta every year just to buy the plants. You can buy the plants online
also (try The Chili Woman), but they tend to run out of them quickly. I
grow them in pots and take them in over the winter. I get at least two
seasons out of each plant.
Don't believe everything you read, LOL. The datils are also available in a
sweet variety. I have tried these also and find them too mild. Trust me the
original datils are closer in heat to a hot Serrano, not a Hab.
Leslie in Atlanta
Well, with a 25 by 30 garden, I have to be frugal! Wish it would warm up here
in the midwest. Been an awful cold past few weeks. Further out back, I have
second year Cabernet, Chardonnay, and Reisling grafted vines which I can't
WAIT to see life in.
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