This annual ornamental pepper is usually available from late summer into fall and provides traditional color during the fall season.
LIGHT - Bright lit spot with morning or afternoon sun.
WATER - Keep soil moist at all times.
AIR HUMIDITY - Mist the leaves frequently. Hot dry air will cause fruits to fall.
FERTILIZER - Feed monthly with mild liquid fertilizer. Cease when fruit appears.
POTTING - Use standard potting mix.
PROBLEMS - Attacks of aphid and red spider mite are a possibility; also white flies. Treat with horticulture oil or soap.