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Yeay! One of the bell peppers we planted started flowering!

We’ve some others having flower buds growing … It does seems like a good sign although we have had previous experience with only flowering and non-fruiting bell peppers …

I still see this as good news … Let’s hope the fruits will start coming!!

I’m not too happy with how the photos turned out but I had a hard time finding a good angle due to where its growing …

  • It was just budding yesterday …

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Many plants can be planted in March, they are mostly flowering plants that will bloom in June. Unlike plants that are planted in the fall to now blossomed beginning of spring is a time for planting flowers that will adorn our garden in the summer. In early March, the bulbs should be planted gladioli, lilies, calla, begonias, amaryllis, kane, dahlias and other. If you want to receive these flowers, it is necessary to plant no later than May. Flowers that are planted in March right time for planting flowers when passes danger of frosts, the bulbs should be placed in a location with plenty of sun. Planting depth depends on the type of flower but before you begin, ask about the conditions that are necessary for the plant you selected. Also, it is important to create sufficient space between plants to each plant to develop in the best conditions. Thus, gladioli should have a gap of 12 to 15 cm. Begonias at least 25, and lilies of 30 cm length. Demanding that the dahlias should be planted at a distance of at least 40 cm.

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