That size matters, I've told you about before, Yes, therefore the pot size if you want chiliplantorna to be able to grow large. Normally you will get my chiliplantor not their big pots until it's time to be exhibited in the chilihusen in summer.
I have 6 St. Trinidad Scorpion Morouga plants that are the same age, 4 St has still 4 liter pots 2 St I a few months ago to about to 10 liter pots and one can see a big difference on the growth of these plants (see picture. 10 liter – 4 liter). One of these was in the day an even larger pot a 20 liter odlakruka, Why well I want to be able to see the difference in the growth, I have then 3 various potted sizes that I can compare.
I would put all my plants in large pots would probably not my basement cover. You do not want chiliplantorna to be as large as you can rein in growth by having them in small pots, useful if you want to have them in bright Windows in summer or on a smaller balcony.
Now when I plant in 20 litre pot or larger so I mix in leckakulor in the Earth to get it a little looser. I use still of wejbulls professionals rosjord because I feel that I get such a good result in this particular soil.