No, I thought my little page would be so well attended. I started the page in August 2007 but it was not until spring 2012 as it became more focused on my chiliodling. Always fun to share their experience with regard to chiliodling and be able to look back in time. Now my site an average of 600 visits a day (yesterday 664) so many people have become interested in that particular cultivation of chili is clearly visible. PS. I do not count with search engines.
To celebrate this so I'll draw out 5 seeds of these 3 varieties varieties to the three people by commenting this post give me suggestions on what you would like to know more about this on my site and what you think about page today. I pick out the ones that I think fits best here and that is not already.
These 3 varieties are what you can get in your mailbox.
Trotolino Ambruso yellow (Capsicum annuum) A medium-hot chili that can dry and make a powder of. The plant will be about 60 cm high and can grow on a balcony or in a bright window indoors.
Chilhuacle Negro (Capsicum annuum) A medium-hot chili perfectly to make a tasty chili powder of. A little more unusual chilli which only grows in the area of Oaxaca in southern Mexico.
7 Pot White (Capsicum cinense) A hot chili. The plant provides abundant fruits slowly ripen from pale green to white. A 7Pot which is not as common and as I grow season 2014.