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stewajt
Joined: 4/28/2008
Location: opelika
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Posted: Apr/28/2008 5:45 PM PST

i have found growing hot peppers near mild & sweet peppers increases the heat on mild peppers. will growing peppers like cayenne & jalapeno near my herbs affect the flavor on mint, sweet basil, etc.?
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Joined: 8/28/2004
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 1197
Posted: Apr/29/2008 3:30 AM PST

Welcome stewajt! You will find lots of people to help you with your gardening here - but look around at all the topics - there are lots and lots! Your post might be best under the KITCHEN GARDEN thread - look a little lower down. People who might be able to answer your question might not find it here under introductions. Have fun!
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Joined: 3/28/2008
Location: Lancaster, SC
Posts: 16643
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Posted: Apr/29/2008 5:19 AM PST

Welcome to the Gardens. I hope that you can navigate around and have fun here. It's a great place to learn.
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Joined: 7/14/2007
Location: SE Pennsylvania zone 6b
Posts: 393
Posted: Apr/29/2008 8:07 AM PST

Welcome. I have read that you aren't supposed to grow different pepper types close together as they will cross-pollinate. That may be what happened with yours. I would guess that your mint, basil, etc., or anything else that isn't in the pepper family would be fine to grow near peppers without affecting the flavor.
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Joined: 10/03/2007
Location: West Michigan
Posts: 2148
Posted: Apr/29/2008 8:41 AM PST

Welcome to GG stewajt...Waving a hand from Michigan. I don't grow peppers so I can't help you there...good luck.
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Joined: 9/06/2007
Location: Kellyville, Okla
Posts: 2176
Posted: Apr/29/2008 10:08 AM PST

Welcome, Stew, gotta love those peppers hot or mild. Keep them growing.

John
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