Re: [gardeners] gardeners Digest V1 #608

margaret lauterbach (
Thu, 29 Jul 1999 13:32:44 -0600

>>Thai's -- Nice healthy plants but no chile's, only flowers.
>>Lemon Drops -- still flowering but have a few small finger size fruits.
>>Cherry's -- These are delicious and ripen up early.  I've just been eating
>>them as they get red and round.
>Sounds like you'll have quite a harvest!  Have fun with it! We do chiles as
>well (20 varieties this year) and have been using them for about 2 weeks,
>which is quite early here in the PNW.  Planting them in black plastic pots
>and growing them on the driveway really does the trick in getting them the
>heat they love.
The original post was from Cynthia.Cynthia and anyone else who has Thai
chile plants, they're compact and pretty plants, do nicely in a pot indoors
over winter. If they drop their leaves after being brought inside, back off
a bit on watering. They'll refoliate.  Margaret L