Peppers are worthy of my attention. Dem plants is like come high, frost and cold weather. I am a hot pepper. Pepper gonna grown any way…HA! #foodspotting
Who would have known that peppers could be Perennials plants? HA! It has been cold in the DMV but as soon as the weather break. You already know, ole gurl is digging a hole to plant a hot spicy pepper in the ground. Sow a seed baby for future generations.
Peppers are warm-season vegetables known for hot or sweet flavors and tender textures. They may grow as perennials in very warm climates and as annual crops in temperate and colder climates. Sweet peppers varieties such as bell peppers have traditionally been favorites in the United States. Hot varieties complement many regional and ethnic cuisines and are also popular. Their cycle from seed to harvest completes in less than three months.
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