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    Default Jalapeņo Chilli, inside or out?

    My jalapeņo chillis are growing, albeit slowly. Should I put them outside or inside the greenhouse,

    Kind Regards.......Rob

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    If you have room definitely in the greenhouse....chillies and peppers are heat lovers.
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    Thanks Guys. They are only about 8 inch tall and I propagated them in March ish.

    Kind Regards.............Rob

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    I am also growing Jalepenos little bit taller but not doing a lot yet , I have them in the greenhouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamite View Post
    Thanks Guys. They are only about 8 inch tall and I propagated them in March ish.

    Kind Regards.............Rob
    Def inside if you can. Capsicums like the heat and need a long warm growing season, so the greenhouse will give you that extended growth and development when you need it Sept/Oct.

    The reason people overwinter some pepper plants is to get that early start at the begining of the growing season. For me peppers are one reason for a heated propogator and grow lights to get them away early enough to have that long hot season available.
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