Saturday, 21 May 2016

Moving out a few of them


I guess I have too many peppers. Some of my Capsicum annuum got spider mites. Not fun at all, but hopefully they will survive.

The ones under attack are:
  • Serrano
  • Mareka Fana (Berbere)
  • Roumanian Giallo
  • CA1
So in order to avoid that these little bastard mites do not to spread to other plants, I moved them out to the balcony today. and they will stay out there from now on.

Here they are under the protective net

But there is still a happy bunch inside.
Happy bunch
Last year's "Wild Brasil" has one ripe pod. They were very hot, but without any special taste.

The chiles are not alone out there. The black currant is outside all year around. Amazing that it survives being deep frozen during the winter. Here together with my peppermint and aloe vera.
More friends on the balcony
The agave will also stay there for the rest of the season. The defense system of the agave is amazing. I don't know how many times I have got one of those thorns in my forehead, legs, arms or hands.
Don't mess with me

Hot regards,

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