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  2. Monday, 21 October 2013
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Christine
Hello, I bought your hot "edible chili peppers"...They taste fantastic! Bought them at Costco. One pot Three healthy plants. My problem is the plant looks droopy all the time. Your tag with the plant say to keep indoors and I have been doing that but I not sure how to give it the right amount of light or how to do that. Can you help me?
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Glad to hear that you are enjoying the hot peppers! The wilting look of your plant probably has something to do with the roots. You should take the plant out of the pot and look at the roots; If they are black and mushy, you may be over-watering and the roots could be drowning. It is also possible that your plant is not receiving enough water. Let the soil almost dry out before watering the plant and do not keep the soil soaking wet all the time. Also, if the roots are beginning to wind around the bottom of the pot and it looks like there are more roots than soil, it may be time to transplant your pepper into a larger pot. When transplanting, move up to a slightly larger pot size, but not one that is too large. A pot too large will make it difficult to manage watering. Pepper plants do like a lot of sun, so place it in a window where it will receive a lot of light. I hope this information can help you figure out the problem with you plant, and if you have any more questions please do not hesitate to ask! Thanks for choosing Rocket Farms!
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