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Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Five [The Second Harvest]
|| 9/28/2009 || 4:47 pm || + Render A Comment || ||

jaloro9 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

This set of pictures is the final part of the series showing my Jaloro plant. As you can see from the previous entries (below), this Jaloro plant has been quite bountiful this summer. I germinated the seed indoors sometime in February which allowed the plant to grow larger than it would have under normal outdoor growing conditions. In all, even with the spider mite infestation, this plant has yielded over 80 beautifully colored peppers. I have saved many of the seeds and I hope to grow this plant again next year.

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jaloro5 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

jaloro6 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

jaloro7 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

jaloro8 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

jaloro10 Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck   Part Five [The Second Harvest]

I picked 52 peppers off the plant today and I think there are at least another 20 peppers waiting to be harvested. This means the plant will have provided me about 100 peppers this summer!


Related Entries:
- Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part One
- Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Two
- Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Three
- Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Four
- Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Five



Post Title: Growing a Jaloro plant on my back deck – Part Five [The Second Harvest]
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