Overgrow peppers - step by step instructions

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It's a challenge, but it's relatively easy to master: in this post, we'd like to tell you how to properly overrule peppers.

Peppers have to overwinter indoors

The peppers are native to South and Central America, where they always thrive thanks to the year-round heat. In Germany, of course, this looks different, because our winters are too cold for all types of peppers. So you can not leave your pepper plants out in the winter, because the frost would kill them. You must therefore overwinter your peppers in the house. The wintering is even very positive for the pepper plants, because it can often be increased in the coming year, the yield and thus reap more peppers.

However, hibernation has only a positive effect on the pepper plants, if this is done correctly and you pay a lot of attention. The following explains exactly how to proceed step by step while overwintering your pepper plants.

Instructions for wintering pepper plants

The warm season spend the pepper plants always in the bucket on the terrace or in the garden. The cultivation prepares there usually no problems. But even the wintering succeeds without any problems, if a few important requirements are met and you follow the subsequent steps.

➤ Step 1 - Control plants for pests / diseases:

Before you bring the pepper plants into the house for the winter, you should check whether aphids or spider mites have got on the plants, or if any diseases are recognizable. The pests would explode explosively over the winter and cause considerable damage to the plants. So first you have to fight this.

➤ Step 2 - select the perfect location:

As soon as the first frosts threaten at night, you must now bring the plants to winter quarters. The location must be bright in any case and the temperatures should also be around 10 degrees. The winter garden or the corridor could therefore be considered as winter quarters so therefore.

➤ Step 3 - Watering & Fertilizing during the winter time:

If the conditions are optimal, the plants will also produce peppers in winter. However, the dry heating air does not get the pepper plants, so you should spray the leaves top and bottom daily with distilled water. This moisture intake can also be used to control any existing pests.

In winter quarters, pepper plants are generally not watered so often and fertilizer is completely dispensed with.

➤ Step 4 - Prepare plants for the new gardening season:

In March, you should transplant the peppers into larger containers of fresh soil and bring them to a slightly warmer place. In order to give the plants a good start, you should now also administer a good long-term fertilizer and also water again regularly. A tomato fertilizer is best for fertilizing the peppers. You should also cut back the plants a bit.

➤ Step 5 - Bring plants back into the open air:

As soon as no frost threatens at night, you can bring your pepper plants back into the open air. It's best to wait for the ice saint.

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