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16plant6-24-00.jpg (18089 bytes) June 24 2000
6-30-00.jpg (21448 bytes) June 30 2000
16plant7-3-00.jpg (18504 bytes) July 3 2000
16plant7-4-00a.jpg (15185 bytes) A ripe pepper ready for picking and the plant is only 12 inches tall. 
16plant7-4-00b.jpg (19071 bytes) A purple bell not yet showing any purple color.
16plant7-4-00c.jpg (19636 bytes) A bell, red hot cherry and  habanero pepper.
banana6-30.jpg (22626 bytes) My banana tree got to big for my pool greenhouse. 
banana6-30a.jpg (14885 bytes) So I moved it outdoors under some oak trees in my yard.
banana6-30b.jpg (23319 bytes) I do have to add nutrients after a hard rain because the rain does dilute my solution.
I could cut down on that problem by cutting a hole and a slit in the lid that came with the container and that would keep most of the rain out.
But I would have to pull up that bean plant that I stuck in the rocks.

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