Growing Chillies Container size

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  1. Mark

    Mark Super Moderator

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    Found this very useful as i have far to many chilli plants now.

    [video=youtube_share;0FWOjX89psI]http://youtu.be/0FWOjX89psI[/video]
     
  2. TonyTaylor

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    I saw Jamie Oliver on TV and he just froze his chillies and then while frozen just grated them onto his food.......Thank's for the vid....T.T.:(y):
     
  3. naturewoman

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    The flower buckets that you can get from many supermarkets are ideal for growing chillies, peppers and tomatoes.
     
  4. Mark

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    chilli 2.jpg chilli.jpg

    I think mine will need bigger pots before the summer ends :(happy):
     
  5. AnnaJoh

    AnnaJoh New Member

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    Wow!! Fresh one.
     
  6. naturewoman

    naturewoman Super Moderator

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    Chillies will grow in any sized pots, from a small 3 inch pot to something the size of a dustbin. They are a bit like goldfish, keep them in a small bowl and they will stay small, chuck them in a pond and they grow huge. Same with chillies. They will stay small enough to grow on a windowsill in a 3-5 inch pot, but plant in a large tub and feed well and you will have a plant up to 5 feet high.
     

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