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Fresh Peppers in December

December 4th, 2017

If you remember, I told you about the ‘Pizza my Heart’ pepper that I grew in a container by the front door this summer. When cold weather threatened, I decided to move it indoors for the winter (more on that here). I hasn’t set any fruit, but the small fruits that were on it have grown and ripened.
indoor peppers
Yesterday, I harvested a nice batch of peppers to cook up with onions for breakfast. I’ll keep watching the plant, monitoring any blooms and fruit. It is under a grow light in the warmest part of the house.
indoor peppers
There are other edible things growing indoors during the winter, most are potted perennials herbs. Greens and cilantro are two other things I start from see and grow under lights, I haven’t gotten around to starting any of those yet. Hopefully this week I’ll get arugula, lettuce, and cilantro seeded and growing for harvest around the new year.

What are you growing indoors for the table?

One Comment to “Fresh Peppers in December”
  1. Nebraska Dave on December 4, 2017 at 9:22 am

    Susy, I haven’t started any thing just yet but micro greens are on the list to be grown. When I get the Christmas Cards all sent out, then I’ll start growing micro greens for Winter salads.

    Have a great fresh pepper day.,

    Nebraska Dave

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