21 May 2016 Planting Peppers


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Eight pepper plants were placed in the outdoor garden. Four are hot chilli, and four are red bell sweet. I dry the hot types and make into a powder. The others are used typically. Some years they grow well. They like hot weather and mature in the Fall. Nothing attacks them in the garden.
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Where I live, peppers, both hot and sweet, need to be under cover to give a good harvest.
I have approx. 20 plants, 10 sweet, 10 hot (from very mild large poblana ancho, for rellenos, to medium Joe's long, for general purpose, via jalapenos, for nachos and pizzas.
 
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We get peppers red, yellow,orange and green from South America all year around in the Supermarkets. The peppers are huge and absolutely perfect. I have a hard time emulating them in my garden. They do like heat and Sun.
 
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Your plants look so healthy!
I love peppers. Sweet, red peppers are my current favorite snack, I honestly think that they're more delicious than chocolate:D
 

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