I will dry most of all my chiliskörd and make your own spices. This spice is a “Hot Taste Of Mexico” Content: Chili Dorset Naga, Chili caynne, cumin, smoked paprika, oregano, garlic, Onion, lemon peel and a pinch of salt. How do … «««Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Now, all plants had their final pots that they'll get grow throughout the season. It usually takes 1 – 2 weeks before you see that they start to grow and push out new light leaves and shoots. I have noticed … «««Continue reading
Now chilli Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion had come out in the greenhouse. It is lush green and unusually low but with very wide Crown. With the help of flower sticks so I travel up the branches of failing to take up … «««Continue reading
Now my my contest plant started to bloom. Many flowers fall still by then it is not ready yet to get fruits. Why is it? The change of air from the basement to a humid and warm greenhouses are probably one of the reasons.
I have attached labels on my pots to visitors will be able to see what kind of chili. These labels I attach even to the pot when I'm giving away a chiliplanta as a gift. Many have asked me about the … «««Continue reading
Today it was time for chili Bengle Naga to come out in the greenhouse. It has now been under fluorescent tubes in the basement and grown up late in January when the were sown as seed. It also got new Earth and … «««Continue reading
Watering early in the morning or in the evening. In blazing sunshine to evaporate much of the water. Use the temperate water. Pour water in a watering can and leave or if you have access to a thin, fill it with water. Pots will … «««Continue reading
Today I saw the first chili fruit at my Dorset Naga “Racing plant” It had taken the opportunity and become while I was on vacation.
Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion which I planted as small in a big pot has grown very well. It has so far received only water when I mixed the soil with Bat guano, Neem and a little Epsom salts. There is no need to give … «««Continue reading
Today I have exhibited and schools in a few plants for. Cold outside 8 degrees but hot in the greenhouse 25 degrees. Comfortable temperature to work i think both me and my plants.