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Peppers

Sweet and hot peppers are popular garden vegetables—and the most economical way to grow them is to start pepper plants from seed. Sweet peppers are eaten fresh on relish trays and in salads where they add a sweet, refreshing flavor and crisp crunch. They, as well as hot peppers, are also delicious when stuffed and baked. Hot peppers add spiciness to recipes and are often dried. All peppers are warm-season vegetables that are often started from seed indoors, about six to eight weeks before the last spring frost date. They can be transplanted to the garden after all danger of spring frost has passed. Pepper plants can be grown in the garden, raised beds and containers.
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