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sassy1936
Lewisville, TX

October 13, 2008
10:27 AM

Post #5665116

First time I saw this was at Dallas Botanical Gardens - it is a beautiful plant. Is this an annual or perennial?
TexasTam
Plano, TX
(Zone 8a)

October 13, 2008
5:45 PM

Post #5666547

Hi Sassy!

Most peppers are annuals in our neck of the woods. However, my Black Pearl reseeded like crazy the year after I planted one.

TexasTam
sassy1936
Lewisville, TX

October 15, 2008
9:59 AM

Post #5673406

Thank you TexasTam - did you plant in ground or big pot. I think I'll give it a try and hope it comes back next year. I'm in Lewisville.
TexasTam
Plano, TX
(Zone 8a)

October 15, 2008
3:36 PM

Post #5674445

Mine was planted in the ground. Good luck - they are beautiful plants. You can always harvest some of the seeds and just replant them next spring too.

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