It may be tempting to "tidy up" a frost damaged plant but DO NOT - the damaged plant material acts as a protective covering - like a blanket - to the growth underneath the damage. The damaged parts of the eggplant shown are protecting the pepper plant underneath it.
|Coffee Tree Frost Damage|
And my tomato / sweet potato bed took a hit, but as you can see from the second photo there are some nice tomatoes ripening under the damage and canopy.
And finally as you probably noticed in the Coffee Tree photo above, we have oranges!
Still getting sugar peas along with the wonderful tomatoes and sweet peppers. So salad tonight!
I wish you the Merriest of Christmases and hope yours is joyous, peaceful and filled with love and good food.
Be safe, be kind and patient.
-- Catherine, The Herb Lady
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