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    Thread: Mystery plants.

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      Mystery plants.

      I have a few mystery plants every year. I use these old labels that we used to do mailings with wrapped around toothpicks to identify my seedlings indoors and sometimes I water the label and the ink washes off.

      Most of the time it doesn't matter. I have a general idea of what the plant is if not the specifics. Don't really care what kind of cuke or squash it is.

      This year though, I bought a full line of pepper seeds. I've really gotten into peppers and my husband loves the sweet ones. He can't eat the hot ones, at least not a lot. Now I have three mystery peppers. This is of concern. I picked up ghost peppers, habaneros, twilight New Mexicos, birdseyes. This could get bad.

      I just told him not to eat the orange sweet peppers - just in case they're actually habaneros. Then I found out that habaneros can be green and red. So I told him to just avoid that whole area and I'll sort it out later.

      Who knew that food could be so dangerous!

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      You’ll have to be his food taster! “Yes, my liege, yon peppers shall be safe for your consumption.”


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      We do that at restaurants. "Is this safe?" is my cue to sample all of his food. I don't mind that

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      Maybe once you figure it out you can re label them.

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      Yes. They just have to produce something first. One shot up about a foot in two days so I know it really likes hot humid weather.

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