Category Archives: peppers

Redundant Protection for Vacation

I was nervous.  We had a planned trip to California to attend a graduation party for one of my beautiful nieces.  I knew it would be a great time, but… I was a little concerned about the garden. So I … Continue reading

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The Last of the Peppers

The last of the peppers seedlings (if you can call them that), have been potted up into one gallon pots and put out to start the hardening off process.  I have a small half wall in my front yard that … Continue reading

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Seedlings and the Spring Planting List

I only have a couple of seedling pictures to share.  Except for maybe 1 of the poblano peppers, all of the seedlings are doing great, and even that 1 looks better this morning than it did yesterday morning. This is … Continue reading

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The Non-Winter Garden Update

I know a lot of the country has been digging out, repeatedly, from one of the worst winters that anybody can remember, but here in AZ… nope.  No winter here.  Mid-eighties… yup.  Cool evenings and nights in the fifties… yup. … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Garden, artichoke, Bok Choi, broccoli, Chinese cabbage, desert garden, dinosaur Kale, fall garden, Harvest, Ice Berg Lettuce, marigold, onions, peppers, Red Russian Kale, Romaine, square foot gardening, Starting Seeds | 19 Comments

Wow, busy week and more to come!  Tonight I get to talk to a bunch of kids and parents about the different ways that we do justice at Mission.  I love to see families embracing the vision for our church … Continue reading

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