Planting Times for Hot Peppers?

Answer If you live in a relatively warm climate and have a penchant for spicy foods, growing hot peppers in the garden may be a perfect gardening project. Pepper plants are low-cost, low-maintenance plant... Read More »

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Can planting hot peppers next to cantaloupe make them hot?

Peppers and cantaloupes are two different species of plants and cannot cross-pollinate one another. Placing them side by side in the garden will not affect the taste of the cantaloupe.Source:Enclyc... Read More »

Planting Times for Revolution Lettuce?

Lettuce grows in spring and early summer vegetable gardens, but requires earlier starts and seasons than many other summertime vegetables. Revolution lettuce is no different, with preferences for c... Read More »

Vegetable Planting Times for Zone 7?

U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 7 falls over much of the South-Central and Southeast U.S. It extends as far north as New Jersey on the East Coast and coastal Washington in the West, w... Read More »

Jalapeno peppers taste just like bell peppers?

It can happen depending on where they were grown and the soil conditions, I had the same issue with store bought jalapeno's and the long chinese green hot peppers, one year on my balcony I tried to... Read More »