Continuing from a post in the model thread...
Get some cloches or a cheap, plastic cold frame (wrap with bubble wrap if we get a really cold snap)- they'll be better off cooler but not growing much, than too warm and getting leggy. We might all end up with a later harvest this year but slower grown plants usually end up as healthier, more vigorous ones - when the weather warms up they'll romp away.
OK this caught my eye since my house isn't that big and I have several pepper plants that are now too big for their pots (roots showing at the bottom).
I really want to replant them in 5 gallon/25 litre containers but I can't do that until they go outside to the greenhouse.
Peppers are certainly not hardy plants in this climate so am unsure about putting them out in this current cold & wet weather. It's highly unlikely to see a frost (we struggle in winter in my urban location) but I know peppers don't really like it below 10c and we are definitely getting temps lower than that at night (and in the day this week!).
Same goes for my tomatoes otherwise everything is outside already.
What's the consensus on peppers, tomatoes and other summer fruits/vegs?