I'm not a regular on here, but I hope someone might have some insight.
We have a bed that has several different types of peppers, tomatoes, and a melon in it. Everything is super healthy in this bed except ONE pepper plant that has become totally wilted. It's very hot here in NC, and this plant up to, say, 5 days ago had been perfectly healthy. It has two small peppers on it, and still has a few flowers. It's still perfectly green, but it looks the way plants look if they haven't been watered in a few days. At first when we noticed the wilt, we gave it extra water at night--that helped--the next morning it had perked up. We watered again that AM as usual with the rest of the bed....but that afternoon it was all wilted again, and it's been that way since. We keep watering it--more water and both AM and PM, whereas the rest of the bed is still fine with just the AM watering). I've looked and it doesn't appear to have any bugs or anything. If we didn't have a cage around it, it would have totally collapsed though.
Can you ladies think of anything that may be affecting this poor plant? Any other advice? TIA!