Growing cherry pepper plants 

Growing cherry peppers whether on your balcony or in the garden

Joyful Living | Creative Business Building

Cherry peppers are great for cooking and just one pepper will spice up any dish, from a stew, to a pot of basmati rice or homemade soup. Cherry peppers may be small, but they pack a powerful punch when it comes to flavour and that extra zing. The plants grow well in moderate sun (once seedlings are strong enough to be set outdoors). I grew mine from seeds of market-bought peppers, and thankfully all are thriving nicely. Some are in the earth and others in pots. Once you tend to them, ensuring they have enough water and sunlight, and prune the leaves as they dry in preparation for pepper production, they will flourish in your gardening space. Monitor your plants for any spider mites or traces of bugs, deal with them vigilantly, flushing with water and spraying with fertilizer, you’ll be well on your way to growing (and cooking with)…

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