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The New York Roof Deck and Roof Gardening Meetup Group Message Board › Mother Nature ain't all bad.........

Mother Nature ain't all bad.........

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Brooklyn, NY
Just when i thought mother nature was ruining gardening season- i found all this on the roof garden.  A bounty of Mexican sour gherkins, Turkish eggplant,  green apple eggplant, ground cherries, jalepenos and assorted tomatoes.  We could really use some heat to get everything going again.

Check the color on this Chinese 5 color pepper plant (i'm still waiting for the other colors.. supposed to be purple, red, orange, green, yellow). wicked spicy too.

And this Black-Pearl Pepper plant (grew from seeds from the BBG - The tour guide SAID I could take a few seed pods...). ITs got great color - the leaves start dark green/ purple then turn deep purple/black and the peppers are either bright red or black.

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