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Mar 11, 2011 5:01 PM CST
|I caught the pepper plant fever again this spring but so far I think I've kept it under control. I'm dedicating a section of a raised bed to see if I can keep pepper plants year round.
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I'm thinking that I'll remove the Golden Marconi and replace it with a standard red bell. And I have seeds that I saved from a plant we discussed in another thread here last year. They were very small, very hot and very prolific. They made a great hot sauce and I crushed the dried ones up for red pepper flakes. I grew that one in a 7 gallon container and it did well so I'll do that again.
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Mar 13, 2011 8:00 PM CST
|If we have a mild winter, I've had pepper plants last 3 years or more, but I just grow a bell. This past freeze took my two Big Berthas so just planted two more. We like that one. It is prolific and actually produces decent size peppers that can be stuffed.|
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