The Art and Science of Regenerative Eating: Building Better Health One Meal at a Time



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RECENT GARDEN PHOTOS

Peppers

 

 

We bought this bell pepper plant full of fruit for less than $13, and we had to cage it because the nocturnal critters around here love to eat peppers!

I'm pretty sure there's still more than $13 worth of peppers there, too...

 

The pot already had the onion in it—I carelessly tossed it in there months ago and only half-buried it, yet it now has 2 stalks!—and I transplanted some carrot, parnsip, and beet roots from what is now my melon garden:

 

A closer view 5 days later:

The next pic will hardly look like the same plants!

 

We also have potted hot peppers purchased last year:

 

... And banana peppers purchased as seedlings and planted with our sweet peppers:

 

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