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easy to grow chili cayenne (grow in bag) only 97p@homebargains

£0.97 @ Home Bargains
FANTASTIC PRICE!!! has a sow by date of oct 2012 so could be saved for next year! if your lucky you may get some this year. A popular and easy to grow Chilli, Cayenne has a long twisted pod with … Read More
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7y, 4w agoFound 7 years, 4 weeks ago
FANTASTIC PRICE!!!
has a sow by date of oct 2012 so could be saved for next year! if your lucky you may get some this year.

A popular and easy to grow Chilli, Cayenne has a long twisted pod with rough textured skin; ideal to dry and powder or can be used fresh.
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#2
Don't plant them this year. You're miles too late.
#3
OliWarner
Don't plant them this year. You're miles too late.


Back of pack says until july i did think it was late myself though
#4
They had a few others in Stafford too, Habanero and Hungarian Hot Wax.

EDIT: Oh yeah, way too late this year. In fact mine have grown really poorly this year, not sure why. I have one thats 5" tall and flowering!
#5
It really is too late to expect any chillis back - you might get one or two if we get a very hot summer, or you grow them under glass/ using artificial lighting etc but the only real reason to sow now would be to over-winter for the next year to get a bumper early crop.
The cayenne I planted in March is now ~ 3ft and starting to fruit so they are very easy to grow from seed as long as you start fairly promptly.
#6
when is the best time of the year to plant them then?
#7
Late Jan-Feb works well, earlier if you have grow lights etc. Inside only of course.

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