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3. "Spicy" beauty of decorative peppers
Among indoor plants, no other species can compete with peppers in terms of the abundance of fruit harvest, except perhaps nertera.
Ornamental chili, ornamental pepper, ornamental peppers - whatever you call the plant species with the name capsicum (Capsicum annuum), find it more than easy on the fruit, painted in yellow-orange-red hues and richly dense bushes dotting the compact. It is believed that decorative peppers in winter are able to drive away any boredom and despondency. They are good for serving, on the windowsill, and in the interior.
Ornamental peppers, without losing their edibility and potential for use in cooking, but striking with a unique pungency comparable to the legendary Mexican Cyrano and Jalapenyo, have earned the title of "lights" for a reason. The fruits of indoor peppers may not be the largest, but very pungent. However, much more important in these plants is their high decorative effect.
Bushy, dense and dense plants with a bright color of green, slightly pointed leaves, in room culture, they are able to bear fruit almost all year round. After a long period of fruiting, ornamental peppers are simply thrown away. But as long as cylindrical, claw-like, conical, spirally twisted or elongated mini-peppers are tied and ripen on the plant, you will not get bored.
Due to the fact that flowering does not stop and fruit ripening does not occur at the same time, the plant simultaneously contains peppers with very different colors - from green to whitish, yellow, orange and red in already ripe fruits.
Prerequisites for ornamental peppers
- moderately cool or room conditions (optimally 15-20 degrees);
- bright or bright place;
- not too dry air;
- protection against drafts.
Watering: stable light humidity, frequent, but not very plentiful watering.
Top dressing of decorative peppers: it is possible not to carry out, but it is better to apply universal fertilizers with a frequency of 1 time in 2-3 weeks.
Transfer: The plant is most often discarded after fruiting is complete.
Soil for ornamental peppers: light, versatile.
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