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Chinese 5 Colour 5 Chili Seeds

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CHILLIESontheWEB Quick Growing Guide to Chinese 5 Colour chilli plant

Ideal Growing : Tunnel - Greenhouse - If indoors good air during late spring and summer will help with flower drop off (see our guide here) : Outdoors requires the plant to be hardened first - see our chilli hardening page here

Easy to Grow : Yes

Easy to Germinate : Yes - Always ideal to germinate in a heated propagator

Top Growing Tips - Do not over water, Do not over feed - Chilli Plants love oxygen and sun more than water and food

See our full growing guide here

Expert chilli growing advice from Steve - Just contact us here

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