Are hot/chile peppers classified in these terms or is that only a
tomoato thing? And while I'm on the subject, does indeterminate merely
mean that it will reproduce through one growing season, or also that it
is an annual which will carry over through more than 1 season?
Growing habaneros (red savina), jalapenos and seranos and am wondering
what to expect.
From personal experience, habaneros and serranos can overwinter and
fruit strongly in subsequent years. (I have a prolific, ten year old
serrano.) No personal experience with jalapenos.
Keep them from freezing or drying out over the winter, then trim
severely at the first sign of new growth in the spring. "Severely" as
in down to the first bud above the root. Old roots are good; old wood
Hi, the chillis you have are red hot, the hottest of the bunch. Cli
them at the end of the season and keep warm over winter do not ove
water and they will produce earlier and more.
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