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Great picture there Garp and I’m impressed with such rapid progress if you only planted them a couple of weeks ago. Maybe I should wait a bit before I plant mine as I can see them getting to a point where they should move outside, but maybe the frosts will still be around. Thanks for the info Mickey, I will start them in small pots and then move them carefully. I read online it’s a good idea to start the seeds in damp kitchen paper in a warm cupboard until they sprout, so you don’t waste time with dead seeds.
Chilli Plug plants should be available in march, thats how i got my Dorset Naga's last year, i bought three, two of which didnt do well because the holes in the pots were too smalland didn't drain, they are currently all cut back to the stem in a cabin in the garden, hopefully come march they will liven up, easier to grow than from seed imo.
Garp i find it fascinating that as i get older growing stuff becomes more enjoyable, esp from seed and cuttings, its like one is creating something
Maybe I should wait a bit before I plant mine as I can see them getting to a point where they should move outside, but maybe the frosts will still be around.
As Garp say's get them underway to get the fruit, i gave in and just ordered a heat mat on Ebay for just over £11, on monday some chillies will be coming out of the freezer for the seeds