The Pepper Garden

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Ten Speed Press, 1993 - Cooking - 240 pages
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You can grow and enjoy chile peppers in your backyard, whether you live in the hot Southwest or a colder northern climate. This guide tells you everything you need to know, including recommendations for which ones to grow and botanical descriptions of the most popular types. The authors are pepper experts and offer all of their tips and techniques for choosing good seed, starting your plants out right, and planting your garden with companion plants that are good to eat with peppers-such as tomatoes, onions, corn, basil, oregano, and garlic. Easy step-by-step instructions, a list of seed sources, and a glossary of terms will help the gardening novice, and there are full details on harvesting the pods; drying and roasting peppers; and making festive ristras (hanging strands of red peppers). Whether you are an avid gardener or a chile pepper lover wanting to grow your favorites, The Pepper Garden will be your guide to successful pepper gardening.

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User Review  - John Brian Anderson - Goodreads

Good info on growing peppers. Read full review

Review: The Pepper Garden

User Review  - John Brian Anderson - Goodreads

Good info on growing peppers. Read full review

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