Tabascos work pretty well. Whatever you grow, you will have to
pollinate them by hand if you want any fruit. It's easy to do with your
fingertip or a Q-tip or a small soft brush.
But I have usually trouble with bringing pepper plants indoors -- They
get attacked by aphids, white flies, and/or red spider mites, and these
kill the plants before I can get them under control. I had Rocoto
peppers growing in pots on the patio last year, and when I brought them
indoors the insects quickly killed them even tho' I sprayed. Maybe it's
a humidity thing.
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