Accidental pepper children - help!

21w ago

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So, I knew you could grow peppers from the seeds inside bell peppers but, for some reason, I didn't expect it to work! I planted about 25 in here (way too many as I was convinced it wouldn't work) and they have, miraculously, started to grow and are coming on at an alarming rate! Advice welcome!

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  • You need to get them separated. I plant mine in the container I want them stay in.a 5 gallon bucket works great. They are pretty easy to grow. Put your stake in when they are very little like they are now so you don't damage the roots

      4 months ago
    • Should I seperate them out now?

        4 months ago
    • Would be best to do it now before the roots start tangling up into each other

        4 months ago
  • Make sure to have plenty of freezer bags for when the peppers come on...lol

      4 months ago
  • Separate them in their own area (paper egg carton?) and continue to grow..share with friends, transfer to bigger containers and keep outside to get pollinated, you wont get peppers unless the flowers get pollinated :-) then enjoy!

      4 months ago
    • Thank you! I figured i'd need to seperate them, I am just not sure how to without damaging the roots. I'll need to pick the best ones I think

        4 months ago
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