Sweet peppers in profusion

Garden produce comes in waves. Some of these will be roasted for fresh and home canned. Others may be pickled. (Photo by Rachel Williams)

 

2 thoughts on “Sweet peppers in profusion

  1. I did not have any luck with the peppers. Planted by seed and the plants grew but did not produce anything. This was my second attempt with the pepper from seed. Next year I will buy the plants. The tomatoes did great. Nine plants that grew from seeds that were left on the ground from the previous year, and they took.

    1. It gets tricky. Sunlight can be a huge factor, for one thing. The soil itself, for another. My wife does the planning and transplanting. I’m more in the weeding and watering department. And try as we might, every year is different.

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