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A Good Old Fashioned RedHotChiliPepper Grow Off

PE636

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Looks good. I've heard good things about cantaloupe :thumb:
I had one plant in the garden last year, and one watermelon.. No room for more as they get huge, probably covered a 7x7 foot area each in the garden. Anyways, they are indeed delicious, sooo much better than the supermarket ones. This year I'm going to cover their area with dark mulch as well just as I plant them.
 

Itibitiguy

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I had one plant in the garden last year, and one watermelon.. No room for more as they get huge, probably covered a 7x7 foot area each in the garden. Anyways, they are indeed delicious, sooo much better than the supermarket ones. This year I'm going to cover their area with dark mulch as well just as I plant them.
That's exactly what I heard about the taste, how was your yield?
 

MaddHacker

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Sup P, looking like a good spring and summer ahead for ya... I am having a really hard time getting my Melons going from seed this year.. Have the perfect landscape to grow, with the exception of none to plant LOL.. In NE so I am out of time to start from seeds... Maybe just have to go to the local Green house for some pick me ups... LOL Green days all
 

BeezLuiz

Grow Journal of the Month: Nov 2018
Here's a quick update of my garden. I put all my tomatoes and peppers in pots this year so that my garden plot can rest and regenerate. I started all the tomatoes from seed, but purchased the pepper plants at my local garden center.



I'm growing four different varieties of tomato: Super Sweet 100 for salads, Health Kick for salsas, San Marzano for sauces, and Super Tasty for sandwiches.




This morning I noticed the first tomato and first pepper of the season! :yahoo:


 
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