Chili repotting time

Growing Chili Peppers
March 18, 2008


Peppers hardening offTwo weeks ago I brought out some pepper plants grown indoor. They have lost some leaves but they still look fine.
On the right, in plastic glasses: Poblano, Cayenne Hybrid, Serrano, Pimento Antille, Cherry Pepper.
On the left, in small pots: Cedrino, Hot Lemon, Jalapeno, Hungarian Yellow Wax.


Pepper rootsThis Sunday I transplanted the peppers in three big pots. This is a picture of the roots, I think they needed the repotting.


Transplanted pepperHere is my Hot Lemon in its new home. It's a sunny place, and I hope it will be fine here.


Ready to be transplantedSo why worry? Because these are the plants that are waiting for me next Sunday... it will be a long day.



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