This winter I came across a container of Figaro Sweet Italian Pimento
seed that I had saved, with out any care, ten years ago. They had been
prepared and stored carelessly. Still had chunks of flesh attached and
I remember that they were only air dried and tossed in the container.
I planted three cells of them heavily, expecting no results, but came
up with roughly 50% germination.
Kind of a gift from the past Charlie to the future Charlie. It is a
very thick walled, large sweet pimiento. Got the original from
Shepherd's Seeds in '97.