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Hey, I Grew That! Submit Your Photos

HEY, I GREW THAT! Darn tootin', you did—and you deserve to crow about it. Share photos of your field and backyard glory here. HOW TO DO IT: Go here to upload a new photo. Name the photo "HIGT!: [fill in description here, e.g. 'Pattypan Squash']"; then we'll find it and add it to the album. Voila! Bragging rights.

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Comment by Ellen Peavey on September 12, 2012 at 7:53pm

The peppers that were planted in June just keep multiply and won't stop. I planted  24 plants 8 were jalapeno. 4 habanero, 4 green chili, 4 banana, and 4 Tabasco. This is the first year I planted hot peppers so I have learned a good lesson all you need to plant would be 2 of each of the hot peppers. I have canned them, made salsa, froze them and even pickled them in a hot water bath and one batch in a hot brine. Thank goodness for my neighbor he loves hot peppers especially habanero.  I didn't realize how HOT  habanero peppers were until I bit into one and couldn't stop crying. The garden is almost over all we have left is sweet potato's, broccoli, and spinach. This year we had the best and most productive garden ever. It has to be the location we moved it from the year before and the soil is so much better.Ellen from Georgia 

Comment by Jason Cushnie on August 16, 2012 at 10:40am

Comment by Jason Cushnie on August 16, 2012 at 10:40am

Comment by Ellen Peavey on July 28, 2012 at 1:14pm

Hey, I Grew That!                   We planted 60 tomato plants it created a tomato jungle.  We planted 4 jack beans and they are still climbing the poles.        Ellen from Georgia

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