Chilli Pepper (Chile/Chile Pepper)
- Plant Care
Chili plants belong to the genus Capsicum, and are members of the nightshade family, like tomatoes, potatoes, and eggplant. There are countless different kinds of chilis, each with a slightly different taste and varying degrees of heat. Some are round, some are pointy, some are small, and some can grow to 30 centimeters long.
If you like spicy food, having a chili pepper plant at home is worth it. These spirited little capsicums will thrive beautifully in your garden or on your terrace and keep you well supplied with spicy goodness. Chili pepper plants need very little care and can be counted on to deliver a generous harvest. The chilis that you plant in your garden are guaranteed to be free of pesticides, and you can control exactly how hot you want them to be.
The Chilli Pepper grows well in full sunlight or partial shade.It is important to water regularly. It is best to water your chili plants in the early morning or the evening when the sun isn’t too high in the sky.The soil for chili pepper needs to be well-drained, rich, and loamy.15 – 35 °CFertilize your chili pepper plant every two weeks with an organic vegetable fertilizer.
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