Last month, we showed you the Topsy Turvy for hot peppers.
It's a lot shorter and a lot smaller than the strawberry or the tomato grower. Instead of 15 slots that the strawberry grower had, this one has seven slots.
Like they say, dynamite comes in small packages.
Back in late May we filled the Topsy Turvy Hot Pepper Planter with potting soil and added sweet pepper, jalapeno and hot chili, or cayenne peppers.
We faithfully added water every day daily and made sure it got five or six hours of sunshine a day hoping for plethora of peppers.
Here we are a couple of months later. Now, last week I showed you the strawberry Topsy Turvy and I gave it the thumbs up because I was pretty impressed by how well it worked; not half as impressed as I am with the hot pepper planter. Just look at these beautiful peppers, and they're still growing.
Right here, we have these jalapeno peppers that are growing. We have this sweet gypsy pepper that is ripening beautifully on the vine. Then around the corner here we have these hot chili peppers which, at some point, I'm going to have my wife put in some chili that we make.
Now, I planted six peppers altogether and each one of them, each root, each stalk is doing very well. The thing about the strawberry Topsy Turvy some of the stalks weren't doing as well but this one, very impressive. So, if you want to spice up your summer with hot peppers than the Topsy Turvy Hot Pepper Planter is a strong recommendation and gets the big thumbs up.
I tasted the peppers and they were absolutely delicious. I paid $10 for my Topsy Turvy Hot Pepper Planter at Bed, Bath and Beyond.
They're in a lot of stores and all over the internet.
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