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Latest Blog Posts for Growing Chiles

  • Chile pequin
    on Dec 22, 2015
    Got the seed planted today, yeah, I am a little late. I planted quite a few because of the seed being old. Sure hope to get at least a few plants. Using good seed starter mix got the heating pad on to keep the soil and seed warm. Got the whole t...
  • Time to start Chile Seeds
    on Dec 10, 2015
    It is time in my area to start my Chile seeds. East Texas has been warm but I am sure it will get much colder befour planting time. So I have made me a small green house. Just need to get some lights for it. The house is little over 100 sq. feet. It...
  • I am sure spring is coming soon?
    on Feb 7, 2015
    Time to start thinking Garden. Garlic planted in November, its looking good. No photos yet maybe later. Chile plants and a few tomato plants started. As usual got some strange chiles started. I intend to grow more Chile Pequin chiles this year.
  • I didn't realize.
    on Dec 20, 2014
    Not doing any real farming any more leaves me with not much to talk about. I really wish I felt like growing more. I did grow a small garden. Tomatoes and chiles. Made a good chile crop, tomatoes not so much. what I did grow.Chiles:SerranoJalapenoAle...
  • Its Winter Time "inspired"
    on Jan 9, 2014
    It winter time in Texas. So as you might expect there is nothing growing in the garden just yet. So I have been doing other things to keep me busy. I just finished making Chile Sauce. Have never made my own before. But I do cook almost every day. And...
  • Forward on to next year.
    on Oct 11, 2013
    Looks like our growing season is coming to a close. Just have a couple tomato plants hanging on. Our chiles have also about quit. Ok, by me I am kinda tired anyway. I haven't found any new chiles to grow for the coming year. So if anybody has any tho...
  • Padron Chiles in the UK
    on Sep 3, 2013
    Martin thanks for the update on your chiles. Martin being in the UK, and growing the Padron Chile has been interesting for to me.Me being in Texas and Martin in the Uk our climate are completely different.Just for the readers of this blog, Marti...
  • New Twist on the Pimento de Padron
    on Jul 30, 2013
    This has been an ongoing process for me. Frying the Pimento de Padron in the traditional way is a wonderful way to eat this chile. But I have grown way more than I can eat. Some have gotten quite large and  turned red and hot. So I say...
  • Padron Chile Update
    on Jul 12, 2013
    This I do believe is the most interesting Chile I have grown in a long time. Martin Thanks for your comment, Sure hope your plants are doing well.I have harvested so many of these Chile's I don't know what to do with them all. well not really. B...
  • Strange Growing Season, But we have Padron Chiles.
    on Jun 8, 2013
    This has been the strangest growing season I have ever seen. Maybe things are normal in your area, but not here. We started out cold then warm, back and forth, several times. Then got a late frost so lost most all the fruit. And the plants that I did...
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