John Polk wrote:I might add:
I have a friend who lives at the AL, FL, GA border. He intentionally plants his tomato/pepper plants so that they are shaded in the afternoon. He wants full sun on them in the morning to dry the dew, in order to avoid many diseases. His experience shows that full sun in the afternoon can put an end to the plants producing edible fruits.
Jeanine Gurley wrote:Zoe - thanks for that info about currants - I'll have to try them.
David - now that I know we are sharing the same bit of SC I have some suggestions for you to plant for Sept:
We have great winter gardens here in SC! Even in what we call severe weather a little protection will keep lettuces and tender greens going all through the winter.