Sunday, March 23

peppers!

Regardless of what my previous post says, I was supposed to plant my pepper seeds last weekend. But, since I had it in my head that this weekend was the time, that's when it got done.

I did one flat of bell peppers (California Wonder Bell) and another split between Italian frying, jalapeno, and Hungarian hot wax. That might sound like a lot, but I share with my mom and Brian's dad. I cut back on my pepper varieties a little bit this year and planted more of ones I use a lot of. As coincidence would have it, last week I just finished up the last of my frozen bell peppers from last year. I like to chop them up and freeze them in a large zip-top bag. Then, I can just take out what I need when I need it and not have to eat any of those darned pesticides found in store-bought peppers.

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