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Old May 8, 2017   #1
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Container of soil that got buried and forgotten on my porch.
2 of the mummified peter peppers came back to life.
Just like in nature.
I have other plants so not too concerned.
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Old May 8, 2017   #2
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I can't stand when I forget plants. I did that with some pea seeds that were on a table outside. Last spring, I remembered putting them there when I saw pea plants coming up all around that table. Oops.
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Very interesting Peters. [sic] You can still save seeds from the desiccated ones, or maybe plant them. Peter is not too stable, and the more plants you have the more likely you'll get some real show pieces. (Just don't show them to the church ladies.)

I've never started peps from whole pods before. It would be interesting to put those two in pots and watch what happens.
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pods work for peppers as you can see and also for dehydrated whole cucumber.
The peters I did start from seed are the viagra ones from my other thread.
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