These are my four Dorset naga babies. yes, I know there are four babies in there. The tallest, I think, had three pairs of true leaves. Making progress, but slowly.
Leaves are starting to fill out and get more waxy. Was thinking how to boost them, so I have actually watered there and the other Superhots with some tomato food.
So far, two of these are going to be a me Alfredo and montague. Might give ’em a bit of character.
5 thoughts on “Dorset Naga update May 2014”
Looking good, these super hots take a looooong time to grow, but they are worth the wait, especially if you love the heat like I do.
Have never grown them before. Hoping that a bit of tomato food will
Help trigger some growth
It will help a lot. Nagas take about 120 days to go from seedling to ripe peppers.
I hope so. Think these are a couple of months old. Hoping that with some sunshine they will be kicks started. Bit small yet for the poly tunnel
I have a pepper plant that I have had for 2 years now. I think it is a Trinidad scorpion, but honestly I forget exactly what it is. I do know its a super hot. It has flowers on it for the first time in two years. I have kept it indoors and under grow lights. I was quite surprised that it flowered. Now I am keeping my fingers crossed that those flowers turn into pods.
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