My ornamental peppers aren’t looking too good these days. I seem to go through this every year.
I keep my ornamental peppers outside in the summer and when it begins to get cool outdoors (October or so) I bring the Ornamental peppers indoors along with several tropical plants and vines to spend winter indoors.
I think my ornamental pepper is still alive, but barely. They should look like this:
I took that photo two years ago during the summer when I had the plant outside.
Oh well … if the pepper dies I can always plant some of the seeds from the dried peppers that I save. I’ve done that before and it always works to create a new plant. Cheating, I know!
Do you grow Ornamental peppers? If they are indoors how do you keep them alive during the winter? I think our problem is that our house faces north and I have so many plants to put in the south facing windows that the pepper might still not get enough light.