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Pepper Plants

Hot stuff: Basket of fire peppers (colours range from cream, purple, yellow, orange & red, depending on level of maturity)

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How to have much more peppers from your pepper plants: “sprinkle the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a sprinkle bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That offers the pepper plant an increase of magnesium that is necessary at blooming period to make fruit. Spray them again Ten days later and in a few weeks, and you will own much more peppers than you can consume.” | Thinking of selling or buying in San Bernardino or Riverside Counties? Contact George Lawson today: 951-324-5053

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I keep seeing these little Ornamental Pepper Plants at nurseries... one is going to come home with me soon!

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Fatalii's Growing Guide - How to take your hot pepper plants and transform into bonsai plants!

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Fireworks pepper plant! Beautiful addition to a veggie garden. Grew these in our mountain garden, using the purple peppers as topping on chili and in dip. Mild flavor.

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Bolivian Rainbow Chili Peppers - got seed from Kay several years ago and started some under lights in the basement not thinking they were still viable. They were! Planted out in the raised driveway bed May 11, 2015.

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from Balcony Garden Web

How to Grow Black Pepper

Learn how to grow black pepper (peppercorn), growing it is difficult but you can try this. Black pepper is the most popular, most expensive and most essential spice of the world that much pricey that it is also called "Black Gold".

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from A Healthy Life For Me

10 Tips for Growing Peppers

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1tsp epsom salts in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later it produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses.........green bell pepper plants

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