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Tervehdys, kaksi samaan aikaan sattunutta teknistä muutosta / ongelmaa summa aiheutti vajaan viikon katkon foorumille. Nyt palvelinohjelmisto on jouduttu päivittämään uuteen ja sekä ulkoasu että toiminnallisuus on muuttunut. Toivotttavasti ei ainakaan kovin paljoa huonompaan suuntaan. Odottamattomia ongelmiakin saattaa ilmaantua.

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Show us your garden! / Pretty purple vs Black pearl
toukokuu 22, 2009, 10:32:52 ap
There's a picture of so called Black pearl in Fatalii's gallery... Here http://fatalii.net/chile/kuvat/DSC_1967.jpg
Well, it's not Black Pearl. It is something like Pretty purple. I have both of them :)
Here's Pretty purple http://spice-blog.ru/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=527
I have two plants there. One is green-leaved, the second is purple-leaved. The second is a seedling from the first - what a nice crack :)
OK, and here's true Black Pearl http://spice-blog.ru/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=263
It has much darker foliage and a very bushy growth habit. Leaves are bigger btw. Flowers and berries could be in clusters if pollination is well :)
Show us your garden! / Russian chile place
toukokuu 05, 2009, 07:22:18 ap
Hi everybody!
I live in Russia, Chelyabinsk city. Here lives about a million people, it's an industrial city. I live in a flat with a balcony. Balcony isn't in use during winter, but from March to November the plants are there. During winter all the plants are in one of the two rooms. I use sodium lamps with built-in refluctors (mirrors) as the only light source. I grow mostly citruses and peppers, and also some other "edible" plants.

For now I'll give some links.
Here's my grow list http://spice-blog.ru/?p=292
And here's photo gallery http://spice-blog.ru/gallery2/main.php
New photos will appear soon :) I will keep the gallery in English, I guess.
Hello :)
Let me tell you about a pepper plant from Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant :) I work there as a setter-up of non-destructive control devices.
Here we grow a very interesting capsicum, which is common annuum with uncommon properties.
First of all, it grows fine on northern windows where other chilies do not feel well. Winter days here are full of cold wind from bad windows, hot air from heat radiators, and other bad for peppers things.
Then it is enough prolific in these conditions. It's flowers are full of pollen, also it bears seedless (non-pollinated) fruits in winter. Grows as a tree, but not stretches in a liana.
And the last fact is that it's fruits are really tasty, aromatic, sweet, crispy, juicy and hot. I've compared it's heatness with my Tabasco, Cayenne and others known cultivars - it's the hottest. Much hotter than all the others. And even hotter than my Peach Habanero. It's uncommon for annuums, eh?
This cultivar was presented to me by my colleague and friend Nikolay Shavkuta. He died two weeks ago...
In memory of him I want to spread this cultivar all over the world. I named it Laminada, that means "Rolling" as in Tube-Rolling in Spanish (well, one more Spanish or Portugese name for chili :) It sounds good as for me). I wish you will like it.
Fatalii, Laminada's seeds will be sent to you with that little wild annuum. Others may obtail it's seeds by PMing me, as about other seeds.

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Wild Chiles / A tiny round pequin?
huhtikuu 14, 2009, 11:32:00 ap
Hello there :)
My name is Boris, I'm from Russia. I am glad to be here.
About a year ago I've received an "unknown" seed package from a friend. She never knew where it was from :)
Well. One of five seeds germinated :) It became a pretty tree with tiny leaves, white flowers and orange-red little hot berries. They have a fruitty flavor and "explosive" heat... By the way, I like this variety so much that rooted a cutting, which is going to became a bonchi.

So, little questions.
1. Am I right it is kind of Pequin? Or maybe something else?
2. Are there any varieties looking similar?
3. Does anyone want to get some seeds from it? ;) It is self-pollinated using a huge fan (wind is very helpful to shake plants well to make them self-pollinate)
There's no any problem to send five or more seeds in an envelope over the world. Five or so berries are going to bear became orange, so seeds will be ready soon.

PS More photos are here http://spice-blog.ru/pictures/pequin/images.html
By the way, http://spice-blog.ru is a Chili blog in Russian :)

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