BIG BERTHA: That’d be the name of the sweet peppers. The gardener is Laura Lee of Drexel, Mo., who started out with the biggest plants she could find. “With all the rain, they have done really well,” she says. And where did Laura get her plants? From the place she works, Sullivan’s Greenhouse, which grows organic herbs and veggies to sell to Kansas City gardeners.
BIG BERTHA: That’d be the name of the sweet peppers. The gardener is Laura Lee of Drexel, Mo., who started out with the biggest plants she could find. “With all the rain, they have done really well,” she says. And where did Laura get her plants? From the place she works, Sullivan’s Greenhouse, which grows organic herbs and veggies to sell to Kansas City gardeners.
BIG BERTHA: That’d be the name of the sweet peppers. The gardener is Laura Lee of Drexel, Mo., who started out with the biggest plants she could find. “With all the rain, they have done really well,” she says. And where did Laura get her plants? From the place she works, Sullivan’s Greenhouse, which grows organic herbs and veggies to sell to Kansas City gardeners.

I grew this: Readers share their garden bounty

September 12, 2014 7:00 AM