Went out to look at my plants and found 12 missing (Cherokee Purple & Eva Purple Ball). Mortgage Lifter and five out of six habanero peppers are still there. Don't know what happened to the missing plants. But I suppose it is to late to get new plants so will have to see what the fall group of plants do.very bummed.
Last Edit: Apr 24, 2013 20:18:28 GMT -6 by klorentz
Well being in Texas the growing season is rather divided.I should have all my maters planted for the spring summer crop by now.I may gamble a bit and get a few plants from Lowe's .If I ordered from the folks I did this last time they would not ship till the sixth of May( I get my money on the third).Still thinking about it but again it would be a gamble.Then again I was always a fan of Maverick (James Gardner)and Bret loved to gamble.
Post by Compost Pharmer on Apr 26, 2013 16:35:01 GMT -6
Kevin, It's not to late. I lost one of my green pepper plants. It looks like some critter ate it off. I am gonna start another from seed. Also. if I lose anything else. I'll start them from seed as well. With the very strange weather, one day summer, the next, back to winter, the ground hasn't really warmed up yet. If I get them in the ground before it gets extremely hot, they should do ok. I may not get any harvest until fall, but that is ok. I'll have them for winter consumption.
Building compost for the giant maters and giant peppers.
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