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High Country Gardens
High Country Gardens • 2 years ago

Sample all five of our sweet and hot peppers! For a taste treat grow them all. Peppers are low in calories and extremely high in Vitamin C. Eat them raw, saute them, roast them, stuff them or stir fry them. Peppers should be planted outside after the last average frost date. You can plant up to 6 weeks earlier if you use Kozy Coats plant protectors. Like tomatoes, peppers prefer a well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Pepper plants prefer moist soil. Avoid wet soil. Water regularl...

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