Wednesday, July 7, 2010

If You Can't Take The Heat, Stay Out of The Outside

My boyfriend and I have been watching our hot peppers with a wary eye. For something that has "hot" in its name, it's ironic that they can't stand the heat. We dump our pets' leftover water on them and rejoice when their wilty leaves perk up, but a few measly hours later they're hanging over their pots and crying.

I do not blame them.

It's HOT outside, y'all.

So hot that I myself am hanging over my proverbial pot and crying.

But regardless, shouldn't HOT peppers be used to the HEAT? It's not like I planted Arctic Peppers in this hideous D.C. hotness.

Anyone else discovering the heat's interesting effects on our plant life?

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