“On 26 September, 1907, Edward VII, By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, declared the Colony of Newfoundland, having enjoyed responsible government since 1854, the status of an independent Dominion within the British Empire. The change of name shifted the official title of Newfoundland from the ‘Colony of Newfoundland’ to the ‘Dominion of Newfoundland’.”—
Unlike other dominions, and quite unique in history, the government of Newfoundland in 1934 voted to abandon self-government in favor of direct rule from London, becoming the rare entity to reject independence in favor of being governed by someone else.
Hello! I was wondering if you knew if it's possible to grow pepper plants indoors during the winter? I have seeds for serrano, Anaheim and Jalapeno peppers. I'll probably only plant one of them though, in a small-medium container in my kitchen windowsill. I live in the Central Valley, so it won't get too cold outside, but it certainly won't be "summer warm" in the window.
I know people who have grown their pepper plants indoors during the winter, but most of them didn’t get fruit on them until spring. I have tried it, but have never been able to avoid the leaves wilting on me by mid-January.
All of my container gardening books don’t have anything on growing food peppers inside during winter. How annoying! I don’t have any tips on starting that, but hopefully someone can point you in the right direction.