Florida rain and sun burning
Is it me or is it impossible to grow anything decent in South FL lol. I'm having a lot of trouble with plants, obviously FL is hot and we get a lot of rain. So the plants are out in the sun, it rains, sun comes back out and burns the plants as the water droplets act like magnifying glass. I've gone through countless countless basil plants large and small (some started as seedlings, some from seed) and they all suffer the same fate, tomato plants too gave up on even strains for high heat, after spending months and months growing pepper plants, they all started budding and peppers started growing. Then it rains and with the sun 95% of the peppers have sun scalding or whatever its called (as if I just stood there with a magnifying glass and burned spots on them).
I just grabbed more plants, from mint to tyme to italian and thai basil etc. And then it hit me, still going to have this issue. So how do people grow anything in FL?
I read some people just move their plants in doors, well that's just a pain in the a$$ lol and who has the time for that unless you don't work. I've done that sometimes into my FL room if I'm at the home office but it's a flat out pain. And with all the plants now no way am I going to bother doing that even at night.