I've signed up to this forum as I have recently started to gro
vegetables out on my patio/balcony in pots and am having varie
A couple of weeks ago I bought some (very) reduced pepper plants from
shop, in the hope that some tender loving care would restore them to
healthy plant. When I got them home I realised I may have been a bi
hasty - once I cut the dead off the plants, only one was left with an
leaves (though it seems to be quite well!). The other two, now jus
sticks, are sitting in 'miracle grow' soil having been repotted. The
remain sticks, and as hard as I look I see no signs of new growth.
I just followed some advice from a site which suggested cutting off al
dead/ sick leaves (already done), then watering with cold coffee an
tying a plastic bag around the entire plant to create a min
greenhouse. I have done this on all three pepper plants, including th
healthy one, plus a half-dead kiwi plant I also purchased.
I am now worrying that I may have sealed their fate, and was hopin
that someone might be able to offer me some advice, such as what else
can do and when (if at all) I should expect to see some new growth? O
have I out-and-out now killed them?
Thank you in advance,