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Old 1 Day Ago   #91
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My mom and stepdad had a good crop of late peppers. Lunch box mix from Johnny's is on the left. Of the bells, Flavorburst F1 has been a favorite and certainly wins the orange bell spot on the pepper team.
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Man, that's pretty. Makes me hungry, and I'm already eating.
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I think I have discovered the secret to growing giant bell peppers.
Not for sure yet.
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Steroids?
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