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by tamara on September 09, 2005 02:30 AM
We've already had frost but this time I wasn't prepared. My garden is a gonner. I wonder if my green pepers will grow any more or if I should just harvest them as they are? Thanks.

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by Longy on September 09, 2005 03:21 AM
Peppers love warmth i'm afraid Tamara. I'd say they are in dire straits. It's spring here in Oz. I remember being jealous when you nth hemispherians(?) were planting your tomatoes and peppers. Well, guess what. It's my turn. [grin]

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by tamara on September 09, 2005 06:37 PM
Longy whats your growing season. Mine is from mid June until mid August, not much time.

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by Longy on September 10, 2005 02:31 AM
I can pretty much grow stuff all year round here, even tomatoes in a protected spot. Like a north facing wall. Peppers only thru the warmer months, say late September thru to April. I get in months what you get in weeks it seems. I am on the merge of sub tropical and temperate zones. No snow. (LOL) Just the occassional light frost.

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