I grow Chillis. My Bhut Jolokia plants are almost ready. Oh Joy!
More pictures here.
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Good job! Mine are the size of matchheads.
Jason: A shame. Did you use any fertilzers? I’m using a fertilzer based on yeast which really kicks ass.
I have eaten exactly ONE bhut jolokia. Now they are just an ornamental plant.
Yours look great!
I’m planning to grow them this year. What month did you plant the seeds?
cartooncat: February/March is a good time, which means: Now. However, depending on where you’re living you might have to give them some extra-light. Good luck! Alex.
Thanks – that’s good to know! I’ll see if I can pick up some seeds this week!
Check out http://www.chili-balkon.de/ – it has quite a huge database of different seeds as well as hints for growing. If I’d read that earliere I could’ve avoided a lot of beginner’s mistakes.
Have fun! :-)
They are some nice looking plants – what sort of temperature did you keep them at?
It was a pretty hot summer, also my office was up on the attic. It was about 25-35°C between June and September.
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