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Effect of frost on the veg garden

Story location: Home / Blog / house /
01/Nov/2008

One of the pepper plants in the garden had some very small peppers on it, which were increasing in size very slowly. The recent cold spell has put an end to that. The plants are on their last legs. The leaves have gone all limp. The plants might have survived if I had somewhere warm to put them but we don't have a greenhouse.

On a happier note, I've moved the leeks from the tub they were in, and planted them in the space where the gladioli were growing. This means the garden is finally set up with vegetables on one side, and quail and flowerbeds on the other.