All of my herbs are still going strong, as are all of my perennial flowers (which I think is pretty much everything, I didn’t plant any annuals). I have cut down most of my hot season edibles, like the pepperoncinis, Grand Mariconi, and bell peppers. While we still have occasional days of 80/90 degree weather, the generally cooler weather has seemed to the plants to stop putting out new flowers. No flowers, no peppers. So I pulled them to make room for lettuces and other greens. But in Southern California there is no season where you shut your garden down completely.
You Might Also Like: