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I am experiementing quite a bit in the garden this year. One thing I would like to try is growing a few peppers from store-bought dried chilis. Bought some chiles from the Dollar Tree and had a few extra packages around the house. So, I figured why not.
Has anyone ever successfully done this before? I assume that at least some of the peppers are hybrids. So, I am not expecting consistency in what I grow. Do you know if at least some of the seed will be viable. I know that they generally let chiles dry on the plant prior to harvest. So, the seeds should have had enough time to develop. Right?