Ahhh … SO Proud!
I did massive repotting over the last two weekends, this weekend I'm checking the plants to make sure they are settling in and taking the new soil in stride and voila! They are doing wonderfully! Even the jalapeno plants that I thought DIED some of them are getting new growth! 4 other pepper plants are FRUITING! Pictures forthcoming... about to get the camera out now. Couple of troubling things though. First, in a lot of my plants there are webs and little spindly spiders. Are these GOOD for my plants as they eat the bugs that will eat my plants or should I smite them? Secondly, my angel cherub trumpet Charlie, looks like something is eating his leaves and the leaves of some of my wax begonias. What is a good, yet not harmful to the plant pesticide? I hate spiders but if they are keeping more harmful bugs off my plants they are more than welcome to live there, they are after all really small (so long as they don't grow!). Any ideas?