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Old February 18, 2019   #11
Whwoz
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Default Capsicums or Bell Peppers

I planted my Capsicums this year with more thought to overwintering the plants in the ground as I did several years ago. Where i am this is possible to do by setting up a frame and covering with plastic or a tarp at night. Most frosts we get do not go below minus 3C, but occasionally we get down to minus 7C, relatively mild compared to what some of you folks have I know, but cold enough.

I planted a punnet of Californian Wonder, our typical supermarket red, then next to them a Candy Cane, two chocolates then a punnet of Sweet yellow bulls horn style capsicums. All have started to ripen fruit, I just have not gotten around to photographing the Cal wonders.

Top two photos are Candy Cane, then the chocolate with tags and relevant fruit to the side.
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