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JBroida

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Sara and I decided to start growing some plants here at Japanese Knife Imports... some tomato, japanese eggplant, shishito, bell peppers, and a few others... hopefully in a few months we'll have some awesome food here









 

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its much of a want than a need... plus the above are not my best pics... the highlights are a bit blown out ;)
 

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Jon -

Would you like some Purple Cherokee tomato seedlings? I may have some in a few weeks.
 

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No problem. They definitely can grow quite big.

Let me see how they grow the next couple of weeks and I'll get back to you. I have a bunch that are no taller than 2 inches right now.
 

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Peppers and tomatoes? I'm groing super hot peppers this year. Trinidad scorpion, douglah; bhut jolokia, fatalii, to name a few.
 

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You should have a garden that is exclusively potatoes, zucchini, and onions. Then harvest the hordes and hack them to bits in your store.
 

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Even your plants look cool. You and Sara have great ideas and a good eye for these things.

k.
 

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Peppers and tomatoes? I'm groing super hot peppers this year. Trinidad scorpion, douglah; bhut jolokia, fatalii, to name a few.
Sounds like my annual hot pepper garden. I have to buy the bhut jolokia seedlings on eBay. I can't find a local nursery in California that will sell them. I put them with other peppers in my guacamole.


I like your garden Jon. Good therapy.
 

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No problem. They definitely can grow quite big.

Let me see how they grow the next couple of weeks and I'll get back to you. I have a bunch that are no taller than 2 inches right now.
Thank yo so much! yay :)
 

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FYI: They look cool and kinda cute, yes.... They tasted wonderful toooo!!! We are waiting tomatoes to be red :pirate1:
 
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