State of the Garden

While the Scorpion Moruga and Cajun Belle seeds are peacefully germinating, I’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the other plants.

As I mentioned in the last post, the pepper garden consists of jalapenos, cayennes, cajun belles, and sweet bell peppers.  I also have a tomato plant, an eggplant plant, and barely a squash plant.

Hot peppers on papa’s patio:

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Jalapeno:

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Cajun Belle, ripening nicely, I might add:

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Cayenne:

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Cayenne, with weird ripe spot:

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I also have some plants in a small plot in the yard.  Due to poor planning, the plot gets 4 hours of sun per day, so I’m not expecting as much production.  That said, I do have 3 tomatoes and 2 bell peppers that are hanging out, we’ll see how long they take to ripen.

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Green tomato (will be tough not to fry if it keeps that hue for long):

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“Yellow” Bell Pepper

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That’s all she wrote for this entry.  Next up might be making some hot sauce with the jalapenos and cayennes once I get a decent harvest.

Vaya con peppers amigos

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One thought on “State of the Garden

  1. Kimberly

    I think you should fry that green tomato. Just sayin’. You have an abundance of peppers and they are looking great so far. Maybe wait for your camera to de-fog next time you take some photos. Keep up the spicy good work, papa!

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