- Chillies need your warmest, sunniest spot to produce a crop outdoors. They grow well in large containers, ideally on a sunny patio or by a south-facing wall. They can also be planted in the ground, into well-drained, fertile, moisture-retentive soil that is slightly acid.Chili Plant are small red or green peppers. They have a very hot taste and are used in cooking. Chilli is the same as chilli con carne.
1}How often do I water Chili Plant?Chillies are nearly always thirsty, so water them once or twice every day as long as the soil is dry. Keep them in well-draining pots, as leaving them to sit in too much water could make them rot, ruining your hard work2}How long do chilli plants take to grow?There is a great variance in the number of days taken for a particular variety to reach maturity. Some can produce ripe fruit in 60 days from sowing and others take as long as 120 days. Remember that varieties such as Habaneros take 100 or more days (3 1/2 months) from potting on to reach maturity.3}Do chili plants need sun?Chillies thrive in full sun, and although they will grow in semi-shade they won’t produce as many fruits, so make sure you position your pot in a sunny area away from strong winds.. Chilli will grow in part sun, but it can become a little leggy or stretched. Ideally, chilli likes a warm, sheltered position, especially if grown in cooler regions.4)What soil is best for chilli plants?How to grow chillies: where, when & how – Plantura As a growing medium, we recommend a loose, airy soil with a low nutrient content for sowing chillies, such as our Plantura Organic Herb & Seedling Compost. This promotes good root development to support healthy plants in the long run..Flowering Plants only blossom naturally in their respective seasons. Fruit Bearing Plants only produce fruits naturally during their growing seasons. All plants are sold in generic nursery pots, and may naturally vary in colors/sizes from the exact images illustrated above.).