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March 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am EDT
Peppers – hot and sweet – are the 7th most popular vegetable in the world and are beloved in cuisines from Africa to Asia to Europe to the Americas to Australia. They are eaten at all times of the day and can be enjoyed raw, roasted, stir fried, stuffed, pickled, and dried. This class will focus on everything you need to know to grow and harvest delicious peppers of your own this summer. You will learn about the history of peppers and the many varieties; how to select peppers that suit your needs; when to start seeds inside (optional); how to plant and nurture your peppers; and how to identify pests and diseases common to peppers. Instructors will be Extension Master Gardener Dona Lee and Chinquapin Community Gardener Stacey Potosnak, with subject matter expertise from Extension Master Gardener Judy Salveson. This class is intended for new and experienced gardeners.
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- You will receive an immediate email confirmation.
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- You will receive an additional email with the Zoom link & password and any additional materials 24 hours prior to the class.
Registration closes an hour before the event begins.
If you can’t join us for a live online presentation, video recordings of the sessions are posted to the Master Gardener Virtual Classroom.
If you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services, or other accommodations to participate in this activity, please contact Arlington County Cooperative Extension five days prior to the event at 703-228-6400 or *TDD (800) 828-1120 during business hours (8:00 am–5:00 pm) to discuss accommodations 5 days prior to the event.