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Poblano Pepper Plants for organic Garden in Central Jersey?

clambake44 May 31, 2011 03:06 PM

Just wondering if anyone has seen Poblano pepper plants for sale at any nurseries in central Jersey (Ocean (preferably),... Mercer, middlesex, monmouth, or burlington counties)? They're one of my favorite peppers to cook with and I can't seem to find them anywhere this year. Obviously they taste better when you grow them yourself!

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  1. mschow RE: clambake44 Jun 1, 2011 10:42 AM

    You can try this place in Rosemont. Also, try the Rosemont Cafe for a great breakfast or lunch while you're in the area.

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      clambake44 RE: mschow Jun 2, 2011 04:17 AM

      Thank you MSCHOW. I just might make a daytrip out of it this weekend and try the Rosemont Cafe at the same time!

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        equal_Mark RE: clambake44 Jun 2, 2011 06:32 AM

        Say hit to Janie (AKA "ChileGoddess") at Cross Country for me... :-)

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          madgreek99 RE: clambake44 Jun 2, 2011 06:29 PM

          There is a place in Pittstown that has hundreds of varieties of chiles. The name escapes me but I am sure if you google it, something will come up.

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        Spaetzle75 RE: clambake44 Jun 1, 2011 04:01 PM

        You can buy seeds online. little late now but i think it is called seed savers.

        1. MGZ RE: clambake44 Jun 2, 2011 05:00 AM

          Matt's Farm Market, on Route 71 in Belmar, has several types of chiles every year. I didn't notice Poblanos, but I wasn't looking for them. You might try a call.

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            clambake44 RE: MGZ Jun 3, 2011 11:04 AM

            Thank you MGZ...they did have poblanos/anchos! Bought them as well as some hard to find varieties of hybrid tomatoes... Should make for some great sauces,etc. Later this summer.

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              MGZ RE: clambake44 Jun 3, 2011 11:28 AM

              You're welcome. I'm glad you found good stuff there. We really like the place and have had nothing but good results, for years now, with their vegetables and herbs. (Admittedly, however, I am more of a "still warm off the vine with some coarse salt" guy when it comes to my heirloom tomatoes.)

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            loveeatin RE: clambake44 Jun 3, 2011 03:53 AM

            haven't been there this season, but have you tried Delicious Orchards in Colts Neck?

            Delicious Orchards
            State Route 34 S, Colts Neck, NJ 07722

            1. angelo04 RE: clambake44 Jun 4, 2011 10:35 AM

              Cheesequake on Rt 9 North in Old Bridge, (roughly 3 miles north of where 18 and 9 intersect) always has a pretty good variety. I usually get Serrano's. Jalapeno, and Habenero. I belive they carry Poblano.

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