It's not abandoned, I was off the grid for the past couple weeks, having some much needed get out of the house time with my husband, dogs and cat. Can't be online all the time. 😉
Cayenne Diane 265 Pepper Gal
I love everything spicy! So much so that I created a site that shares my passion for growing hot peppers and discovering all kinds of spicy foods. I started CayenneDiane.com as a labor of love to provide information to those out there that share my same love of heat and might want to discover more information about peppers. Stay spicy my friend!
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@Scott Mayne 113 I'm in California, so I don't qualify to even answer this question, but my brother-in-law has grown some in Michigan. I do know it's more difficult to get your fruit to ripen before that first frost arrives in... (More)
@Skip Pallesen133 I think growing Datil peppers would be great. I've never grown them, so I don't know if they prefer a warm climate, but they are grown a lot in Florida. Did you know there's a whole Datil pepper... (More)
They are mild to medium. Seems the range is 500 to 4,000 SHU. Jalapeños are more around your 5000 SHU range (like all hot peppers, jalapeños can be milder or hotter). So Cajun Belles can be comparable in heat to... (More)
Here's some tips from Sandia Seed company:
How long pepper seeds remain viable depends on how they are stored, but we say that 2-5 years is realistic. It really depends on if they were fully dried before storing.
To store... (More)
Found one place online that's in the U.S. I haven't ordered from this place so I can't vouch for them. I see some seeds for sell on Amazon, but I don't really trust buy seeds from Amazon. Seems like they... (More)
Locally, I don't know. But you can buy fresh peppers online. Thing is, hot peppers aren't in season right now, so probably won't find any available until like April to June. https://www.cayennediane.com/where-to-purchase-fresh-or-frozen-chile-peppers-online92
Pepper X has not, to date, been declared the hottest pepper in the world. Pepper X is one of Ed Currie's creation, so is the Carolina Reaper. I think Ed kinda prematurely claimed it was hotter than Reapers, and who... (More)
That's what I do. I put them on a paper towel on a plate, and just let them dry out in the kitchen.
Personally, I like to always have some type of small Thai pepper growing. They are small, easy to grow, and pack a punch. Since they are small, they dry very quickly which is great for grinding and using in recipes.... (More)