Waiting for my sweet peppers to change color (August 2011)

Full but not red

Full but not red yet

So, according to the sites I frequented, sweet peppers also are at their best when allowed to ripen on the plant.  This plant has been my most troublesome though as it is so easily damaged by wind, sun, poor watering habits (insufficient, excessive, and infrequent), pests, disease, pot overcrowding, etc.  I worried and obsessed continuously about this plant – ‘maybe I shouldn’t have put it in the same pot with the tomato’, ‘maybe this corner isn’t the best spot for it’, ‘why isn’t it growing as well as all the other plants’ and so on. As you can guess, I visited more than my share of websites; here’s a few:

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About A Bahamian In Austria

I am a Bahamian woman, married to an Austrian man, who's been freshly transplanted to Vienna. I started writing this blog when a dear friend insisted that I had to write down my experiences. At best it'll update my buddies on my crazy-going-ons and at least, it'll keep me from stalking them online (LOL). I hope you enjoy :D
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