June 16th Seedling Update

We now have all the seedlings from the spring planting party in the ground safe and sound! Here is an update on how the peppers are doing in their new homes


Katie’s pepper plant looks like it was a snack for one of the little creatures down at the farm


Angie’s pepper plant


Melissa’s pepper plant


Maddie’s pepper plant


Emalee’s pepper plant

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