Spicy exchange / 2023
Summer's almost over
Not sure where to start? I've put together a 34-page guide to help you grow an abundant harvest.
To eek just a couple more weeks out of your season, you can cover your pepper plants with frost blankets any time the nighttime temperatures dip below 45 degrees.
Potassium is vital to fruit development, so don't stop fertilizing now! Make sure that your peppers have the ideal nutrients for this stage of growth to get as much out of the season as you can.
Most climates in the US are too cold in the winter to support outdoor overwintering of peppers. Peppers are usually treated as an annual, dying off in the winter and needing to be re-planted in spring.
The "green thumb" is a myth — with the right information, anyone can successfully grow peppers. Enjoy this free 34-page guide to help you grow an abundant harvest.