Category Archives: Regional Planting Zone

It’s Spring, Time To Plan Your Garden

I know that in some places it isn’t Spring weather, but that should not stop you from planning for a garden. A garden that will produce things that you can put up, just like your grandmother did. She did not … Continue reading

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Too Hot? Or Not? It is up to you!

Too Hot? Or Not? It is up to you!. Check out the latest on Hot or Not Peppers

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Too Hot? Or Not?

The idea for this blog came from the pepper plants in our front yard. Mary Lynn planted Habanero and Jalapeno plants in big flower pots. Only one plant per pot. They are on either side of our driveway. They produce … Continue reading

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