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Repotting, Double Digging, and Spicy Peppers

:28  True or False? Double digging – what is it and is it necessary when starting a garden?
6:47  Plant Noob:   Do I need to use a larger pot when repotting a plant?
11:30   Eat/Drink/Grow Many like it hot! Everything you ever wanted to know about spicy peppers
23:05   Love Letters and Questons: Is the “hot lips plant” real?

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Double digging of soil, repotting plants in larger pots, and growing hot peppers, are on today’s episode. Discover starting peppers from seed and preserving them after harvest, plus learn if the “hot lips plant” is for real.

This garden center display shows the range of pot sizes from small to large.

These are a variety of “seven pot peppers” – so named because one will make seven pots of food very spicy. True!

Pepper growing tip: Stake them or support them with strings in their rows. (Here they are staked.) Peppers usually get heavy with fruit and will fall over if not supported.

You can grow spicy peppers in pots on a sunny deck, patio or driveway.

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