Your garden is wonderful! My peppers stopped producing once it was above 90 every day and not below 80 at night. The tomatoes do that too. I have the same experience with bees and wasps and also love all the butterflies that live here now. Did you know the last few days the Oracle Report has suggested paying extra attention to nature and creatures as they may have extra meaning or messages for us right now.
Well, the plants say it’s time for another garden update, because they’re showing signs of Fall. We had a cold week here a little while back, with nighttime temperatures in the 40’s! Cool, crisp days, some nice, heavy rains. The plants and I all wondered if Autumn might be making a very early appearance. In fact, my bell pepper plant stopped producing, and “told” me it was due to the cold weather, even though we were nowhere near frost. Last night while having a little ragweed sneezing “break” from sleep, I learned via the iPhone that bell pepper plants stop producing when they sense temperatures below 65 degrees. Who knew?! Certainly not I, but in the future, I will cover my peppers if it dips below 65 at night.
Even though my sunflowers are also looking rather advanced for their age — kinda droopy like Fall — I’m grateful at…
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