Peppers are very easy to grow. A sunny warm position outdoors or
a greenhouse in cold areas is ideal. Can be grown on a kitchen
window sill or as a patio plant. Peppers need a light, fertile,
well drained soil enriched with rotting compost or manure. With
well prepared soil and reasonable shelter from cold winds, a
crop of peppers can be grown in most areas of the country
outdoors. Sow seeds in April, prick off seedlings into peat pots
when when two leaves have unfurled. Plant out into grow bags or
pots or direct into the greenhouse border. Outdoors peppers, sow
under glass in late April and plant out early June. Water
freely, syringe overhead in dry weather to help set the fruit.
Green peppers are the immature picked before they turn red.
Liquid feed every ten days once the fruits once the fruits start