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  • Rules of Pod Varieties - Chillis Galore Forums
    Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Rules of Pod Varieties Quote Post by Wilf Mon Oct 04 2010 2 14 pm Here are a few rules to keep it tidy SUBJECT line to contain chilli variety only TEXT contains as much info as you like germination times plant size unripe colour ripe colour fruit size and quantity on plant and finally tasting notes and seed source if possible PIX can be added Do not duplicate with another of same variety or it will get deleted Anyone can add to the same thread with their own experience of that particular variety OFF TOPIC WILL BE DELETED BY MODS Its not going to be an easy one to Moderate but the general idea is to post your experience of that particular pod and not lengthen the thread with chit chat about it with others that way we should end up with a good concise to the point guide opinions off topic posts will push others too far down the page Top Post Reply Print view 1 post Page 1 of 1 Return to Chilli Pod Variety Reviews Only Jump to Registration Required Registration Chilli Events Competitions

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  • C. Lanceolatum - Chillis Galore Forums
    quickly As the name suggests the leaves are lance shaped more so than any other capsicum species that i m aware of They have lots of tiny little hairs on them but not as many as Pubescens or Goat s Weed etc Now for the pods themselves There is a high degree of homogeneity among the pods their size and shape are uniform as are the seed clusters Each pod is abutted by five uniform calyx teeth which point upwards This characteristic helps set them apart from other capsicum species too and really catches the eye The pods first appear green and ripen to red The seeds are very small and very black Unlike commercial capsicum species in which the seeds are clearly lined in central clusters and around distinctive white pith placenta the Lanceolatum seeds are suspended in a juicy gel around the core more akin to tomatoes and wild nightshades The token you can see is exactly the size of a pound coin The pods are very juicy quite like a tiny tomato and this juice is much less viscous than other capsicum oils juices The seeds are actually packed in quite tightly and are a bit of an annoyance to scoop out The juice stains quite a bit and I had to scrub my fingers for a while afterwards to get the red stain off them And now to the very core of the review the taste it s just terrible Yep disappointing perhaps for those of you who have never tried it but these pods are really unpleasant They have a vaguely planty fleshy taste which borders on bitter There is zero sweetness and zero capsaicin meaning that these pods have next to no culinary value save perhaps for some potential vitamin content Of the 6 pods pictured above I ate one and threw the other 5 straight in the bin after extracting seeds I m not sure what evolutionary pressures resulted in the Lanceolatum as we see it today I suspect birds would still love to wolf these berries down and perhaps by making the pods quite foul tasting to mammals there was no need for the plants to ramp up capsaicin production I will however hold on tightly to the plant as it s a rare treat to grow something this unusual It s not unattractive and I ve grown quite fond of it despite it hogging a prime window spot that would be much loved by a more productive capsicum variety Top trident Chilli Guru Posts 1524 Joined Thu Jan 28 2010 12 24 pm Location Tadley North Hampshire Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by trident Sun Mar 13 2016 7 36 pm Now that s what I call a review detailed in ever point complimented by your photographs shame it lacked any heat flavour Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by ronniedeb Mon Mar 14 2016

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  • C. Lanceolatum - Chillis Galore Forums
    quickly As the name suggests the leaves are lance shaped more so than any other capsicum species that i m aware of They have lots of tiny little hairs on them but not as many as Pubescens or Goat s Weed etc Now for the pods themselves There is a high degree of homogeneity among the pods their size and shape are uniform as are the seed clusters Each pod is abutted by five uniform calyx teeth which point upwards This characteristic helps set them apart from other capsicum species too and really catches the eye The pods first appear green and ripen to red The seeds are very small and very black Unlike commercial capsicum species in which the seeds are clearly lined in central clusters and around distinctive white pith placenta the Lanceolatum seeds are suspended in a juicy gel around the core more akin to tomatoes and wild nightshades The token you can see is exactly the size of a pound coin The pods are very juicy quite like a tiny tomato and this juice is much less viscous than other capsicum oils juices The seeds are actually packed in quite tightly and are a bit of an annoyance to scoop out The juice stains quite a bit and I had to scrub my fingers for a while afterwards to get the red stain off them And now to the very core of the review the taste it s just terrible Yep disappointing perhaps for those of you who have never tried it but these pods are really unpleasant They have a vaguely planty fleshy taste which borders on bitter There is zero sweetness and zero capsaicin meaning that these pods have next to no culinary value save perhaps for some potential vitamin content Of the 6 pods pictured above I ate one and threw the other 5 straight in the bin after extracting seeds I m not sure what evolutionary pressures resulted in the Lanceolatum as we see it today I suspect birds would still love to wolf these berries down and perhaps by making the pods quite foul tasting to mammals there was no need for the plants to ramp up capsaicin production I will however hold on tightly to the plant as it s a rare treat to grow something this unusual It s not unattractive and I ve grown quite fond of it despite it hogging a prime window spot that would be much loved by a more productive capsicum variety Top trident Chilli Guru Posts 1524 Joined Thu Jan 28 2010 12 24 pm Location Tadley North Hampshire Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by trident Sun Mar 13 2016 7 36 pm Now that s what I call a review detailed in ever point complimented by your photographs shame it lacked any heat flavour Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re C Lanceolatum Quote Post by ronniedeb Mon Mar 14 2016

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  • Filius Blue - Chillis Galore Forums
    purple which offset pollinating hoverflies really nicely good easy pleasing to the eye The small smooth rounded almost aubergine colour fruits facing upwards It also seemed to produce fruits very quickly for use although initially lacking in much heat Found a nice use for them I ll post in recipes The chillies have been ripening a while now posting this review they kind of flush a more green then into standard red raw the fruits are obviously fairly small and densely packed with seed no gaps and have reasonable flavour nothing outstanding or overly hot Probably will have had 100 chillies in total All in all pretty good easy and good for small spaces but although you get a lot of fruit the size and the heat mean you can get through your crop pretty quick if you re a real nutter but would suit the less mad just fine Probably won t grow again just because there is more to explore Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Filius Blue Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Oct 20 2015 12 03 pm A little add on weather hasn t been great and my various chillies are either finished jalapeno or the last ripening hab very little new activity except for the filius blue which is keeping going quite a lot of flowers and given their size speed fair chance of a good few more chillies late on which is nice get a few more late apache etc but I have got the longest season off this plant by far very productive Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Filius Blue Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Nov 10 2015 11 24 am Tried the roasting thing with

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation email Remember me Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • Filius Blue - Chillis Galore Forums
    purple which offset pollinating hoverflies really nicely good easy pleasing to the eye The small smooth rounded almost aubergine colour fruits facing upwards It also seemed to produce fruits very quickly for use although initially lacking in much heat Found a nice use for them I ll post in recipes The chillies have been ripening a while now posting this review they kind of flush a more green then into standard red raw the fruits are obviously fairly small and densely packed with seed no gaps and have reasonable flavour nothing outstanding or overly hot Probably will have had 100 chillies in total All in all pretty good easy and good for small spaces but although you get a lot of fruit the size and the heat mean you can get through your crop pretty quick if you re a real nutter but would suit the less mad just fine Probably won t grow again just because there is more to explore Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Filius Blue Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Oct 20 2015 12 03 pm A little add on weather hasn t been great and my various chillies are either finished jalapeno or the last ripening hab very little new activity except for the filius blue which is keeping going quite a lot of flowers and given their size speed fair chance of a good few more chillies late on which is nice get a few more late apache etc but I have got the longest season off this plant by far very productive Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Filius Blue Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Nov 10 2015 11 24 am Tried the roasting thing with

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  • Bulgarian Carrot - Chillis Galore Forums
    orange colour that is a change to all the standard red pods I have taken some of these seeds so if anyone wants some please let me know i also hope to be giving some to the seedbank 6 11 MarkS editted post to advise that maybe he is going colour blind Last edited by MarkS on Fri Nov 06 2015 2 02 pm edited 1 time in total Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by dennish Fri Nov 06 2015 12 56 pm Hmm Mark doesn t sound like Bulgarian Carrot to me they are most definitely orange when ripe Top Jure v Chilli Head Posts 291 Joined Fri Jun 25 2010 2 21 pm Location Slovenia Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by Jure v Fri Nov 06 2015 1 47 pm This is how they look http www suburbanseeds com images bul pepper jpg If yours go to red coour then it is definetly not Bulgarian carrot Top MarkS Chilli Head Posts 78 Joined Wed Oct 28 2015 3 28 pm Location Cheshire Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by MarkS Fri Nov 06 2015 2 00 pm Hi Both Orange Yellow its a very fine line It was definitely as stated as it is a plant i actually bought from dare I say it a garden centre as I hadnt seen them before Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Nov 10 2015 11 16 am I grew this quite sizable fruit and pretty hot wasn t keen on the texture of the flesh though fancy another orange type though Top Display posts from previous All

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  • Bulgarian Carrot - Chillis Galore Forums
    orange colour that is a change to all the standard red pods I have taken some of these seeds so if anyone wants some please let me know i also hope to be giving some to the seedbank 6 11 MarkS editted post to advise that maybe he is going colour blind Last edited by MarkS on Fri Nov 06 2015 2 02 pm edited 1 time in total Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by dennish Fri Nov 06 2015 12 56 pm Hmm Mark doesn t sound like Bulgarian Carrot to me they are most definitely orange when ripe Top Jure v Chilli Head Posts 291 Joined Fri Jun 25 2010 2 21 pm Location Slovenia Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by Jure v Fri Nov 06 2015 1 47 pm This is how they look http www suburbanseeds com images bul pepper jpg If yours go to red coour then it is definetly not Bulgarian carrot Top MarkS Chilli Head Posts 78 Joined Wed Oct 28 2015 3 28 pm Location Cheshire Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by MarkS Fri Nov 06 2015 2 00 pm Hi Both Orange Yellow its a very fine line It was definitely as stated as it is a plant i actually bought from dare I say it a garden centre as I hadnt seen them before Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Bulgarian Carrot Quote Post by Flamethrower Tue Nov 10 2015 11 16 am I grew this quite sizable fruit and pretty hot wasn t keen on the texture of the flesh though fancy another orange type though Top Display posts from previous All

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