May 30, 2008, Newsletter Issue #243: Green peppers

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Green peppers, as with all container plants, should begin from small plants (not seeds). These are easily grown in medium to large containers, depending on the amount of plants you choose. Two to three plants (in 20"+ container) will produce a goodly amount of the peppers, which are ´warm season´ vegetables and enjoy sun, and continued watering until harvesting. A good vegetable fertilizer is recommended.

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