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October 29, 2010


(The forecast low tonight. )

But it’s OK, these three don’t have to worry

(L-R) Napoleon Sweet Bell, Jalapeno, Habanero

The word is that pepper plants can last several years and be substantially more productive after the first year. It makes sense considering the big one started from seed indoors last February and really didn’t jump up production until mid August. I’m looking forward to seeing what happens when I start with a 6′ pepper tree next spring.

Disclaimer: Mrs c has yet to issue a final decree on my brilliant pepper plan.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 29, 2010 7:22 pm

    I did the same thing today and brought a cayenne and some strawberry plants in just in case. Hopefully, we can both get a jump on next spring.


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