Lucha Libre Fighter Seed Collection

This should be the last list for the season, unless something else catches my eye. It’s time now to shift to the serious work of getting my seeds started!

  • ‘Ancho Gigantea’ Hot Pepper
  • ‘Negro Azteca’ Tomato
  • ‘Aztec 10′ Tomato – An entire crew of luchadores.
  • ‘Fireball’ Tomato
  • ‘Texas Wild’ Tomato
  • ‘Ring of Fire’ Hot Pepper
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6 thoughts on “Lucha Libre Fighter Seed Collection

  1. you are going to LOVE the texas wild – it grew all thru the drought last summer, putting out fruit until january here. tiny little tomatoes, but they are really delicious! and now i can’t keep thinking about its name (and others) in terms of wrestling…happy seed starting! we’re about at planting time here in austin…

  2. We just had three or four inches of snow dumped on Vancouver last night so these fiery names are welcome distractions. Yum, Fireball!

  3. I started “Mexico Midget” this year; I think it’s similar to Texas Wild, also kind of fits the theme of this list although slightly…er… politically incorrect. I was thinking of changing it to Chicano Little Person.

  4. Hole Mole mild pepper is a great addition. Its tangy/mild and perfect for guacamole or dips of any kind. I bought the seeds years ago so I dont remember where I got them.

  5. I’m a native of Brampton when it was still the flower town of Canada. I spent most of my time in the greenhouses just outside my back door. As I became a teen I seemed to avoid them and started to venture our prov. I settled in Sundridge, (3hrs north of GTA) I’m now 40 and I’ve found my love of plants crept back into my life. I have found that trees are what I enjoy growing now and I would like to know if you will be focusing on trees in the future?

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