Starting seeds indoor - My method

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    My pepper plant is doing really well. It is 5 x the size it was, and it is starting to sprout little flowers or maybe little peppers? :D I can't wait to use them to make Chile Relleno. Thyme and oregano always do pretty well. They are hardy plants. My petunias are doing well except for the candy striped ones. I've lost all of those. I think they had a disease or something. They starting rotting low on their stems near the soil and just fizzled out. I could just replace them, but I still have plenty of plants left, so I don't really need any more.
     
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    Oh, I haven't taken any pictures of it yet though. I will have to do that when I remember.
     
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    Here is a picture of my pepper plant! So far, I only have one pepper. The others seem to die off before they are the size of a pea. However, I have two more right now that look promising. They are around the size of a pea now and maybe a bit bigger than a pea, and they are still thriving! :)

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