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Thread: Red & green chili sources

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    As a fellow New Mexican, I concur.
    "The great doing of little things makes the great life." Eugena Price

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    If you have any yard space, grow them! You can even grow them on a sunny, apartment balcony. They need rich soil and a warm, sunny spot. You can start seeds indoors around March-April and set them out once it's warmed up. You can find all sorts of amazing varieties from the various seed companies. Some of my favorite seed companies are:

    Pinetree Seeds (Inexpensive, non-organic)
    The Natural Garden Company (Organic)
    Seed Savers Exchange (Heirlooms)

    These companies are all online.

    Happy gardening!

    ~ C

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