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Old July 30, 2017   #2
Worth1
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I would think the hot peppers would have the better chance.
Any of them would if they didn't get frost or froze below soil line.
This year after a long time of waiting I pulled a verity of hot peppers and many of them had started to grow again at the roots.
Then consider availability in the stores too.
I wont even grow a jalapeño here it isn't worth it.
I have one pepper plant that has seen 10F and still lives but it is native to here.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiltepin
Every home should have the Texas State native pepper gowning there.
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