This caught my eye. I read the back and saw potential in trying something different so three of these are going in my garden tonight, along with a flat of beets.
I make an INCREDIBLE hot sauce. It’s hot but not so hot you can’t eat it. Now, I will be making an even hotter sauce- the trick is to make it so it’s hot but does not put you in the hospital.
One can have fun with food from the garden also. Here is a guy eating one of my peppers from last year! Fun!!!
Turnips. Who the hell eats turnips??? I ate dinner at “Romano’s” in Monroe and had the best mashed potatoes I’ve ever had. I complimented the waiter (Juan) who corrected me and said “those were mashed turnips, not potatoes. I’m a fan now, but where do I find turnip plants to plant?
Im tired of the same old stuff!!!
Starting seeds: I feel much better starting em in pots and transplanting ‘em into the garden. Not much work but safer for the plants (damping off).
David Benjamin- horticulture degree North Carolina State University graduated 1983, has worked at the nursery since 1976. Somewhat tired of eating grocery store food.