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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
Container Vegetable Gardens
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'Gourmet' orange bell peppers growing in a 5-gallon terra-cotta pot. Photo by Steve Masley.
4. Peppers. While a pepper can certainly hold its own against other plants in a vegetable garden, growing
be even better) and at least 16 to 18 inches wide. See how to grow peppers
Peppers. While a pepper can certainly hold its own against other plants in a vegetable garden, growing one in a container allows you to start it early in a sheltered spot
4. Peppers. While a pepper can certainly hold its own against other plants in a vegetable garden, growing one in a container allows you to start it early in a sheltered spot, then move it to its final garden spot, where it can enjoy the summer heat while its fruits slowly ripen. Anything that allows
“vegetables in pots” — welsht
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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'Gourmet' orange bell peppers growing in a 5-gallon terra-cotta pot. Photo by Steve Masley.
Ornamentals vs. edibles? What could be more beautiful than these peppers?
Peppers. Peppers of all types need a long, warm to hot growing season, but they’re worth the wait. Plant sweet peppers for milder flavor and a range of colors from yellow and red to green
Peppers. Peppers of all types need a long, warm to hot growing season, but they’re worth the wait. Plant sweet peppers for milder flavor and a range of colors from yellow and red to green and purple
enough to stuff and bake. If your taste buds are more adventurous, give hot peppers a try. You’ll find everything from mildly spicy to so hot, you’ll need to taste with caution. See how to grow peppers
“Peppers of all types need a long, warm to hot growing season, but they’re worth the wait. Plant sw” — cveazey
Amy Renea
Spring Garden
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LOW PLANTS TO PEPPER THROUGHOUT GARDEN 3. Find a "pepper" plant. Not as in jalapeños or red bells, but a plant that you can sprinkle, or "pepper," anywhere. It should be very easy to split and propogate, have beautiful foliage and leave no uncovered legs. In other words
3. Find a "pepper" plant. Not as in jalapeños or red bells, but a plant that you can sprinkle, or "pepper," anywhere. It should be very easy to split and propogate, have beautiful foliage and leave no uncovered
Lemon Balm and Mango grass to "pepper" around the yard
3. Find a "pepper" plant. Not as in jalapeños or red bells, but a plant that you can sprinkle, or "pepper," anywhere. It should be very easy to split and propogate, have beautiful foliage and leave no uncovered legs. In other words, the plant should stay fairly low to to the ground, growing lushly
“Knock out roses ... Red” — deeclark
Aloe Designs
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Aloe Test Garden
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can reap the benefits of their hard work year-round and enjoy a constant supply of fresh produce. Right now, the raised beds are full of eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, corn, beans, zucchini, beets, edible flowers and more. Caitlin devotes one 5-by-5 bed to greens. "My favorite to grow is arugula," she says
kitchen garden. The edible garden movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and in many suburban areas it's no longer uncommon to see tomatoes and peppers growing in the front yard and expanses of grass given up in favor of raised vegetable beds. A family of four doesn't need a huge garden to provide
10. Add edibles. Even a small yard can handle a few pots of peppers and herbs, and you may be surprised at how easy it is to fit in one or two small raised beds. If you’ve been considering adding an edible garden, why
“Garden bed for veggies” — Annalyn Catajoy
Peter D'Aprix Photography
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Citrus Ranch Property One
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The driveway flanked by the mature Pepper trees. Peter D'Aprix
Up - lit Pepper Tree driveway. (Don't much like the chunky lights - if that is what they are...)
I LOVE the lined Pepper trees...
Tree Lined Driveway (Pepper Trees)
Driveway and pepper trees
pepper tree
“Lex favorite tree” — Jacob Woolsey
Barbara Pintozzi
bell peppers
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green and ripened red bell peppers taken by Barbara Pintozzi
Yolo Wonder •Hot peppers: Anaheim, ancho (poblano), cayenne, habanero, Hungarian Hot Wax varieties, jalapeño, Mariachi, Mirasol, Mulato, NuMex Pinata, NuMex Suave Red, Padron, Pasilla, serrano, Tabasco, Thai Dragon, Thai Hot, Trinidad Perfume
red peppers - how to grow
(18 degrees Celsius). Days to maturity: 60 to 120 after transplanting Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular Favorites: •Sweet peppers: Ace, Apple, Baby Belle, Bell Boy, California Wonder, Giant Marconi, Golden Bell, Gypsy, Jingle Bells, large sweet cherry, Lilac Belle, miniature chocolate
Plant red, green, yellow and orange SWEET peppers to start.
“Plants” — Laney Guthrie
Kate Michels Landscape Design
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San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
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looks like it has some nice potential with a low investment of time "9. Plant a bit of a garden. A planting box of lettuces on the deck, a pot of peppers on the fire escape, a window box of herbs in the kitchen — gardening does not need to be a huge investment of time or resources, yet even a small garden
A planting box of lettuces on the deck, a pot of peppers on the fire escape, a window box of herbs in the kitchen — gardening does not need to be a huge investment of time or resources, yet even a small garden
"side porch garden"- box of lettuces, pot of peppers, window box of herbs in kitchen
9. Plant a bit of a garden. A planting box of lettuces on the deck, a pot of peppers on the fire escape, a window box of herbs in the kitchen — gardening does not need to be a huge investment of time or resources, yet even a small garden patch can enhance your life and your health. Start small and have
“Herb garden” — debbylima1
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
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family with plenty of chard, fennel, beets, peppers, rhubarb, kale, cauliflower, corn, eggplant, zucchini, Japanese turnips, lemons and herbs.
Goodall collects rocket from one of the garden beds that furnish the family with plenty of chard, fennel, beets, peppers, rhubarb, kale, cauliflower, corn, eggplant
“the netting” — vlwdavis
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