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Old 11-10-2011, 01:38 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Hiya Re: If you could grow peppers in pots indoors which would you choose?

Another fantastic and interesting variety for pots indoors, and one that I'm currently growing, is "Marble". It's a very appealing and attractive looking plant...

The fruits look like little colored marbles that turn an array of pretty colors when they ripen...

As cute as the fruits are, they're fairly hot too. I enjoy hot pepper plants that are ornamental and beautiful to look at but that pack a bit of a wallop too...

The seeds sprout easily and the plant thrives in an east or south window. No pollination is needed on indoor pepper plants, whatsoever. I do fertilize my capsaisin plants though with an organic flowering/fruiting water-soluble solution called DNF (Dutch Nutrient Formula).

I just harvested a whole bunch of ripe peppers off this little plant recently, but it's blooming again and setting new fruits.

The blossoms are just so darn pretty...

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