I purchased some hot cherry pepper plants from you in May and planted them in a raised garden bed using your pro mix soil. The plants are doing extremely well, about 3.5 feet tall and a lot of peppers coming along. My question is, I have had one or two peppers that are just about full mature size, but they are not turning red. Do i just need to be patient or are the plants lacking a certain nutrient?

Thank you


Peter Bowden Answered question August 7, 2020

Just add a little more patience.  If you’re feeding them, stop.  Otherwise just wait.

Peter Bowden Answered question August 7, 2020
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