wow! Those are beautiful! Leave it to you, Cherie, to find a neat item of interest for us! Have a safe holiday sweetie.
Wow! Looks like flowers... gorgeous~
Peppers are wonderful!And you saw the most colorful. I like mine to eat and have some that are rather "hot".
Thanks for the visits cherie. Oh, I was in a blog break and now am back. This is a nice way to make your garden more colorful. Yeah, I saw some pepper plants on a pot in one of the farms here and were together with some flowering plants too. Nice eh?
Ah, nice and colorful and something you can at too! :-)
Yes, Peppers are very colorful--and they enhance your flowerbeds... Enjoy!!!!Hope you are having a great day.Hugs,Betsy
No, but that looks awesome!
Um...those are drop dead gorgeous! I suppose I should say yum!
that is a great idea. We plant them in our veggie garden because they supposedly help keep critters out of the garden. One bite of those babies and it sends 'em packin' :D
Those types are decorative and functional peppers. They do that here down under. There was a time I was almost tempted to pinch ... but I restrained, else I'll get myself in trouble. hehe. They might be as tasty as they look.
B E A U T I F U L !
I took a couple of pictures of these peppers too..They are so colorful and cheerful!
Wow, those do look pretty ! I didn't know you could do that either !
You know what else peppers are great for? if you plant them around veggies in your veggie garden, the hot oils get into the soil and that keeps animals out of your vegetables :)I answered your question on a new blog post on my blog!
THANK YOU, EVERYONE, FOR COMING BY! I SHALL BE OVER AT YOUR SITES SOON TO SAY HELLO! HUGS ALL AROUND!!
I never would have thought of it, but that's beautiful! Very clever idea!Elle
and you can use it too anytime to prepare any spicy dish =P
very clever indeed, elle!and yes, two in one, eh, aying?
They are really pretty! :)
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