BTW, I like your new look. Really like the colors.
I get it! M-M-M
Whoa, large and beautiful. Will you be saving any seed? I will trade you some seed. If interested I will let you know what I have.
Barbra,thanks! Yes I am going to try and save seed and would love to do a trade!
Awesome peppers. Aren't they so much better looking than what you would find at the store?
Melodie, where did you get your original seed? Thanks for your comments on dehydrators!
IanH ,I got all my seed this year from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
those look great!!!!!My favorite way to "dispose" of them is to stuff them with rice, meat and veggie mixture and roast them slowly.
Them's some big peppers!
Wow!!! Very impressive.
WOW! I love seeing new things. What a wonderful heirloom bell pepper. Do they taste the same? They would be easier to cut up for cooking.I think growing heirloom veggies and herbs would be even more fun. Knowing something from the old days is growing in your garden. Neat!
the wild magnolia, Yes, they have an excellent mild flavor!
What a great blog you have. I am still very new at all this blog stuff, started mine in order to keep track of life in my garden and then discovered there is a bigger and very informative bunch of garden folk out there. Hope you don't mind me following along, you have a lot of good information here.Doc
Doc,thanks,glad to have you come along!
They look great! :)
Mercy me girly those are some big peppers!! Yummy!
WOW...what did you feed them? lol
Oh, those are huge! What are your plans for those big peppers?
Holy Peppers!! Those are HUGE!
WOWZERS!!! Dem some big bells!!! Bet whatever gets cooked with them will taste super good!
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