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Your plants made it to Arizona with no damage !! I am the guy in Tucson, AZ. These pics are like 6 weeks or 2 months old. The fact that you, the man , talked to ME was very inspirational. To be honest, I don't really know if these are gonna survive here. I water them every day. I move pots from sun to shade as temps go up. Now 105 and up in day. So giving 50 percent shade. Like I said on phone, I have 3 varieties: Ghost, Carribean Red Habenero, and Scotch Bonnett. I had several plants just wither and die for no reason. Now 2 are dying of a fungus or something that just made all the leaves start to wither. Including all varieties, I have about 8 healthy plants left. 3 are ghost. I will do my best and keep the faith. I will be a
FAN AND A PEPPER HEAD EVEN IF ARIZONA KILLS THEM ALL ! YOUR FAN, LONNIE-- TUCSON AZ