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    Thanks to americaninmoscow...

    ...now I'll have a supply of jalapeno peppers. Chicken, nachos, burritos and others are just not the same without. Plan to grow some outside, and get grow lights to keep some going in the winter. Thanks AiM.jalapeno.jpg
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    Hope it works out!

    I read one time that pepper plants in Mexico can become pepper bushes, because the plants don't die off due to cold weather.

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    I read one time that pepper plants in Mexico can become pepper bushes, because the plants don't die off due to cold weather.[/QUOTE]

    depends how cold is cold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    I read one time that pepper plants in Mexico can become pepper bushes, because the plants don't die off due to cold weather.


    depends how cold is cold?[/QUOTE]

    Well, pepper plants are naturally used to hot weather, so I would imagine cold would be below 10c.


    https://www.gardensalive.com/product...-pepper-plants

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    Two or three weeks after transplant, the indoor and outdoor plants. Indoor plants bigger; less shock for them. AiM presented me with two varieties, the regular are, so far, growing faster than the jumbo variety.

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    That's really cool! I didn't have time this year to grow from seed, so I had to go to the store to buy plants. I am going to try to clone a few of the plants tho, so I can have more than one!

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