Tootled down today to see if the waters had subsided. Easily four or five inches around the potato mounds. Stated to ebb away; but if there is more, there will be soggy spuds.
With the relative dry; temperatures in the Wendy and poly have crept towards 30-40 degrees. The California wonder sweet pepper has started to flower; though it is still quite tiny.
You can see the two nagas in the first pic in the Wendy. The second has the chocolate and orange habaneros.
Slightly slimed Dorset naga, so had to add a few more blue pellets of doom.
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Lovely update thank you for sharing have a blessed day
I don’t grow chillies, but I do grow the sweet peppers. But all looking healthy with you 🙂
So far so good. Scared to put them in the poly!
i am on a garden group that some people are chillie addicts and they have put their’s in now!
Have put Nigel the outdoor and the sweet pepper in. Scared these are still to small to sink into the ground and likely to get slimed
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