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Ideal for growing on the windowsill, in the greenhouse or on a sheltered patio. 7cm long pointed red fruits. Height 35cm, spread 30cm. Scoville rating of 80,000 shu.


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Chilli pepper Apache plug plants. A very attractive dwarf variety. These plug plants are Ideal for growing on the windowsill, in the greenhouse or on a sheltered patio. 7cm long pointed red fruits. Height 35cm, spread 30cm. Scoville rating of 80,000 shu. Read more about the Scoville rating by clicking here. You will receive a pack of 5 Premium Quality Professionally Produced Chilli Pepper Plug Plants. All orders are carefully packed and shipped in our specially designed packaging.

Product Code:  310061-020418
Brand:  Brookside Nursery
Supplied as:  5 Vegetable Plug Plants
Height:  25-35cm (10-14 in)
Position:  Full Sun
Sutable for Patio Containers?  Yes
Harvesting Period:  July to October
Spacing:  30 cm (12in)

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Peppers and chillies are brilliant for growing in pots or in growbags outside in a sunny sheltered spot and they will flourish in the warmth of a greenhouse or windowsill too.

  • If you are growing your chillies and peppers outside, they will need to be potted on individually first and then hardened off for a week or two to acclimatise to outdoor temperatures before planting out after the last frosts.
  • Plant into large pots (at least 30cms in diameter) on a sunny patio in multi-purpose compost or into the veg patch.
  • Pinch out the growing tips of chilli peppers when they about 20cms high. This will encourage more side shoots which will in turn make a bushier plant producing more chillies. 
  • Bell peppers (Celica) are best left without pinching out the tips as this will delay fruiting.
  • Feed with a liquid tomato fertiliser or similar, that is high in potash to encourage plenty of flowers and fruits to form.
  • As the weather turns colder towards the end of the season, cover plants grown outside with fleece at night to help the fruits to ripen fully.
  • If you are growing chillies and peppers inside, on a windowsill, in a conservatory or greenhouse they will benefit from being potted on in a general-purpose compost until they are big enough to be planted into a 30cms pot.   Pinch out the shoots, as before.
  • Indoor grown chillies will probably need pollinating by hand, which is easy and fun to do.
  • Brush pollen from one flower to another with a small paintbrush or cotton bud once the flowers appear. This will help the fruits set.
  • Feed regularly throughout the growing season with a liquid tomato fertiliser.
  • Damping down the greenhouse with water to keep the air humid, helps to keep deter red spider mite.  This also helps with tomato plants too.

Special requirements - Water pepper and chilli plants at the base and not with a watering can sprinkler as this can cause the fruits to rot.

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superb healthy plugs
Friday, 14 April 2017  | 

these are the best pepper plugs Ive ever seen strong stem, compact, well packaged

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