Jalapeno Peppers Debut!

It’s been a little over 2 months since I planted jalapeno peppers from seeds, in containers. With home improvements happening during that time, I hadn’t realized that my jalapeno peppers were going to make their mark in my garden. They will not be denied! I had been watering regularly (2-3 times per week) but not closely observing all of my seeded containers. As you can see, the reward of just following a very basic watering schedule is my emerging bounty of jalapenos! Since it was nearing the end of summer, I wasn’t sure if I’d get jalapenos this time around. Now, visions of the oh-so-tasty jalapeno dance in my head – spicy meals are in my future!


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