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Wednesday, 24 September 2014



Hi Kirk, what was in that spot next to The Bullpen before?


Hey MrZ - Long time no hear, hope all is well.... you know, I don't recall.... maybe a reader will remember.


nice peppers! will be exciting to see what others you'll be able to grow!


I wish it would be possibly to share these with you Kat!


Very nice peppers. Thanks for providing a link to the New Mexico State University site--a tremendous variety of seeds available there.

One question. I grow peppers in the summer but am interested to know if you can also grow them in winter here in San Diego. Do you?


Here is an updated link for the the New Mexico State U's website, where you can order seeds online:


Hi alnc - Last year was the first where I tried to over-winter my chilies and wasn't too successful. I'm trying a different strategy this year....per the folks at Andersen's, don't fuss too much with them. I've read and was told that it shouldn't be a problem. I'm also going to go with more plants from seeds next season, hopefully starting in March.

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