Skip to comments.WEEKLY GARDEN THREAD SEPT. 14, 2018
Posted on 09/14/2018 6:59:40 AM PDT by greeneyes
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End of another growing year as I started digging up the old corn plants in the garden and will be harvesting pumpkins soon...
This is a reza Macadonia pepper. I traded my jalapeños for a dozen of these to dehydrate and grind into powder for a shaker applicator.
These have an initial chocolate taste followed by a pungent sting.
Good for chili this winter.
Even tough the weather continues to be warm and humid, the plants are telling me that fall is just around the corner. Caladium is slowly dying back and the flower stalks on the coleus are dying back as well. Cucumber plants are finished, snapdragons starting to bloom once again. Tomatoes are going full tilt and I can hardly wait for them to ripen! My one and only marigold has bloomed! Taking cuttings of the geramium.
Saying prayers for you and your family.
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