Rainy day baby bell pepper

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  1. Acquanette

    Acquanette New Seed

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    Thought I’d take a peek at my garden just after the rain.

    Here’s a baby bell pepper emerging from a blossom. 1A274555-E0EB-479E-B3EF-B5967AB61CF1.jpeg
     
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    mart Strong Ash

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    Beautiful pic ! Will be ready to eat soon !
     
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    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Wow! My pepper plants are an inch high. And I was very pleased about that!
     
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    S-H Hardy Maple

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    All pepper plants enjoy the rain. Not only do they start growing fast from rainwater. Their taste also becomes stronger!
     
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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Mine are just beginning to sprout so it's going to be a while yet before they'll be ready. At least we get plenty of rain here in Scotland.
     
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