They are so tender and lush too. I knew that I could eat them and forgot. I bet they are still good in the pile out there. It didn’t frost last night and it’s raining. I’ll pick some to put in a salad with all my sweet peppers that are ripe or at least one or two. I planted a rain gutter grow in the middle of July and it is now getting ripe. Tomatoes are coming in tomorrow to finish ripening in the house. I already got some nice ones from it. It’s Four foot up in the air and no blight. The cabbage I think is speeding up with the cooler weather. I’ll put all the peppers right in the freezer with no protection. They stay good for over a year like that.
@northwoodswis4 I did have some of the lower whites growing along the ground and the rabbits!) and deer would eat them but the leader luckily kept going. I had chicken wire for the most part and deer once reached over to eat them.
This is how it looked on July 22.