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Re: Drought...

In a message dated 8/4/06 11:05:36 PM, red4@omni-tech.net writes:

>   Mine haven't branched much but have
> clusters of plack pearl peppers at the tops. "As the plant matures, the
> black peppers turn red, adding a new color to the plant. While edible, the
> peppers are very hot. Use with care!"  Has anyone ever grown this? 

Kitty, I have one growing in a mixed container which I will use in the st
fair garden.   It is full & loaded with blk and red peppers.   They are just
looks however I did give one to my daughter because her husband loves hot

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