Thai Super Chili Pepper Plant

$32.60

MEG’s Thai Super Chili Pepper Plant is ornamental and edible. When the peppers ripen from green to red, the plant looks like its on fire! Plus, this plant makes a great gift for special occasions like birthdays, weddings and anniversaries.

SHU: 50,000-100,000

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Description

Thai Super Chili Pepper Plant

MEG’s Thai Super Chili Pepper Plant produces 2-3” peppers which are excellent for a variety of spicy dishes. This is an ornamental edible plant. Flower petals are white. Green chili peppers ripen to bright red.

  5 Useful Points:

  1. 2-3” green peppers. Ripen to red
  2. Expected yield: 50+ per plant
  3. SHU rating: 50,000-100,000
  4. Full sun preferred
  5. Won’t tolerate frost. Prefers low temperatures above 50F for best performance

When to expect ripe fruit

Fruit may begin to ripen as early as early to mid-August depending on weather. This plant will continue to flower and fruit up until the first frost in the fall. Peppers start out purple and will ripen until they’re red. Expect at least 50+ peppers per plant

Growth habit

Meg’s Thai Super Chili Pepper Plants look and grow like mini trees. They’ll typically have a strong central stem with multiple flowering branches. These flowers will result in chili peppers after successful pollination. The plant typically grows to an average height of 2-2 ½’.

Basic care information for Thai Super Chili Pepper Plant plants

Thoroughly saturate the grow bag with water in the morning before the heat of the day arrives. If daytime highs are consistently above 70F, your plant will need to be watered daily. If below 70F, check the grow bag frequently by using the finger method described on the bag tag. Apply water to the base of the plant and avoid splashing water onto any part of the leaves.

Stake or brace your pepper plant before it begins to set fruit. Strong winds (or gravity!) may damage the plant due to the weight of the peppers if not braced or securely staked.

Apply supplemental fertilizer after the first round of peppers are harvested. Any balanced fertilizers labelled for fruits and vegetables will be sufficient.

Easily move the grow bag indoors if there’s a threat of frost or freezing temperatures overnight. Mature (but not ripened) fruits may be harvested and ripened inside.

More Information

Check out MEG’s Edible Knowledge Base for more information on chili pepper plants.

 

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Brand

MEG's Edible Landscapes