chilli question

Mark A. Arcuri psydoc at akamail.com
Wed Aug 28 15:16:09 EST 1996


In article <3224A93C.58FC at concentric.net>, Loizeaux at concentric.net 
says...
> Vimala Siddalingaiah wrote:
> > 
> > Is this Japanese chilli?  I had one that grew upwards and did not grow
> > more than an 1".  But they are very hot though!
> > 
> > Matthew Bottomley (matthewb at bsm.bioc.ucl.ac.uk) wrote:
> > : Hello.
> > 
> > : I bought a chilli plant yesterday.
> > 
> > : Nice, eh?
> > 
> > : Thing is, the woman I bought it from didn't know how I should treat it.  Do
> > : you?
> > 
> > : It's about 8 inches tall, 6 major stalks and has about 40 little greenish
> > : peppers on it, some of which are turning orange.  They're growing upwards
> > : and look as if they'll become the fairly common sort of small red peppers
> > : you can buy in lots of shops in england.
> > 
> > : Any tips would be very welcome, I wouldn't want my new found friend to die
> > : on me.
> > 
> > : Cheers, Matt
> > 
> > : --
> > : ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > : "To always have a quote below one's email is really a trifle tedious."
> > : Matt Bottomley        Biochemistry Dept, UC London  Tel. 0171 391 1354
> > : http://www.biochem.ucl.ac.uk/~matthewb  e-mail: matthewb at bsm.bioc.ucl.ac.uk
> > : ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Sound like you got some really hot chillies growing, It sounds like "Bird 
> Chillies" or " Tabasco Chillies" both have a tendancy to grow upward and 
> both are small and both are very very hot.  Have fun
> 
But they're chiles, chil*e*s, not chilies!  :)
Couldn't resist...
...Mark.
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