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Salsa Gardens

For the freshest salsa ever, why not grow the ingredients yourself? The best time to plant your salsa garden is in late spring after the chance of frost has passed. Start by planting the basics: tomatoes, peppers, and green onions. Choose a location that gets at least six hours of full sunlight, water and fertilize the plants as needed, and you’ll be ready to make your first batch of salsa about three months after planting.

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