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Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Posted by fatalii.net (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 25, 07 at 7:02

I finally finished the illustrated instruction for turning chile pepper plants into bonsais.

http://www.fatalii.net/growing/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=95&Itemid=105
Link below also.

This article will be updated later!

-J
www.fatalii.net

Here is a link that might be useful: Link: Chile peppers to bonsais!


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Wow! That's terrific - both the bonsai peppers themselves, and your excellent photo essay!

How many years will they live?

Josh


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Hmm.. They can live for decades if taken good care of!

They might just lose their vigor to produce plenty of pods, but in this case it doesn't matter!


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When should the pepper plant be pruned?

Josh


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Hi Fatlaii, I visited the web site to buy the Chile seeds, Wow! Big variety... Can you tell me what seeds are best? Thanks !!!


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Hello!
'Tis the Season for digging up and/or re-potting our favorite chiles for the Winter!
Check out Fatalii's guide, and see how it's grown. Lots of new pics and tips for Bonchi.

Fatalii's Guide to Bonsai Chile Peppers!


Josh


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Don't forget the fatalii site has forums of it's own as well.


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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

This is fantastic!
I manage a community garden, and I have always been fascinated with how beautiful pepper plants are with their woody bases. I always feel awful ripping them up each season. Thanks for the alternative!
Paul

Here is a link that might be useful: Envi Sci and Fishy Plants


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