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Pepper Plants

Pepper Plants

These glossy fruits are vibrant and aesthetic crops that grow in different shapes and sizes. Bell peppers are sweet and crunchy – you can grow these tender plants to be harvested in the summer to choose how ripe you want your flavour to taste. Fancy something spicy? Take a look at our chilli peppers that can add heat to curries, stews, and stir-fries. Browse our vegetable plants so you can grow your own fresh produce straight from your own garden.

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  • How do you take care of pepper plants?

    Growing them isn’t difficult, however, make sure you get the temperature right to get the most out of your plant. There are several things to bear in mind when caring for peppers. They need:

    • Mulch to help keep the soil warm
    • Deep watering every week (more frequently in warmer weather)
    • Full sun to ripen properly, however, protect them against intense heat
    • A fertiliser that is low in nitrogen
    • A companion plant like cucumber or carrots
  • How long do peppers take to grow?

    You can expect bell peppers to mature in around 60-90 days whereas spicy peppers take longer and can be ripe in around 150 days.

  • How many peppers will one plant produce?

    On average, one pepper plant will produce between five to 10 peppers, however, this can vary depending on how well it is cared for and if it is in optimum conditions for bigger yields.