Green America emailed me at 5:08 pm on May 31st to let me know The Chile Woman had received the most votes in their Spring 2013 Green Business People and Planet Award. I never thought a one woman business from a small town stood a chance. Thank you to all who voted and thank you Green America for encouraging small businesses to become more sustainable.
People often ask me how and why I became involved in growing peppers and I have one answer: it is a hobby that grew out of control.
Like many of you, I was dismayed at how few peppers were available at the grocery and nursery, so I began growing my own. Each pepper was so unique and delicious that I just kept growing more and more and more......I still feel there is a world of chiles out there that I have not tried but I am happily adding to my inventory each year.
A big thank you is owed to all of you who swapped seeds with me. Sharing and spreading chile diversity is a wonderful thing.
Also included in this catalog are sweet peppers, tomatoes, and tomatillos. There is nothing to compare with eating that first salsa fresh out of your own garden.
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