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#159094 Dec 7th, 2007 at 09:32 AM
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Well I'd heard that pepper plants could be overwintered in the house. Now my banana peppers looked really bad but I figured what could it hurt. So this straggle 2 foot pepper plant with only 2 half eaten leaves and a couple of unripe peppers came into the house. I put it in an east facing window in the kitchen so it would get plenty of warmth and humidity. And guess what happened...the peppers rippened and it has started growing leaves from each place it had lost it's leaves during the summer. It's comming back wonderfully. Isn't mother nature wonderful?


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Cool.


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That is brilliant!


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Congrats on that.. we would love to see some pics!!


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