Clearance on outdoor plants instore @ B&Q - sweet pepper plant was £10 reduced to £1 and many more
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Clearance on outdoor plants instore @ B&Q - sweet pepper plant was £10 reduced to £1 and many more

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Found 8th Oct
B&Q advertising 50% off outdoor plants, granted not the best time to buy but check your local store's outdoor section for more "clearance" - the pepper plant I got today was a steal!

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As I normally bring plants home to die these will be perfect as they are probably half way there;)

Pepper plant in October - best of luck with that , maybe survive another 3 weeks in a greenhouse

rogparki12 m ago

Pepper plant in October - best of luck with that , maybe survive …Pepper plant in October - best of luck with that , maybe survive another 3 weeks in a greenhouse



peppers are perennial, yes they won't survive outside unless you live on the coast in Cornwall

but stick 'em somewhere over 0C and they'll start growing again with a vengeance come the spring

10 quid for a pepper plant? is that a joke

Bought some Autumn bedding plants 50% off yesterday. Not a thing wrong with them. All very healthy and green with plenty of buds.

rogparki wrote:
Pepper plant in October  - best of luck with that , maybe survive another 3 weeks in a greenhouse



peppers are perennial, yes they won't survive outside unless you live on the coast in Cornwall 

but stick 'em somewhere over 0C and they'll start growing again with a vengeance come the spring

What does that mean? Stick em somewhere over Oc? Will they really grow again next spring?

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lisaAylesbury33 m ago

rogparki wrote:Pepper plant in October  - best of luck with that , may …rogparki wrote:Pepper plant in October  - best of luck with that , maybe survive another 3 weeks in a greenhousepeppers are perennial, yes they won't survive outside unless you live on the coast in Cornwall  but stick 'em somewhere over 0C and they'll start growing again with a vengeance come the spring What does that mean? Stick em somewhere over Oc? Will they really grow again next spring?

For a quid I'll find out next spring!

lisaAylesbury42 m ago

rogparki wrote:Pepper plant in October  - best of luck with that , may …rogparki wrote:Pepper plant in October  - best of luck with that , maybe survive another 3 weeks in a greenhousepeppers are perennial, yes they won't survive outside unless you live on the coast in Cornwall  but stick 'em somewhere over 0C and they'll start growing again with a vengeance come the spring What does that mean? Stick em somewhere over Oc? Will they really grow again next spring?



perennial means they live forever - would be nice but they certainly live for a few years

they are not hardy so will die if chilled to -1C or worse

so put them indoors or in the greenhouse over winter & they'll live another few years

many plants are like this - perennial but not frost-hardy

luvsadealdealdeal1 m ago

perennial means they live forever - would be nice but they certainly live …perennial means they live forever - would be nice but they certainly live for a few yearsthey are not hardy so will die if chilled to -1C or worseso put them indoors or in the greenhouse over winter & they'll live another few yearsmany plants are like this - perennial but not frost-hardy



such as what you might call geraniums - keep them indoors over winter, put them outside again in the spring, they'll go on forever

They are supposed to be perennial , always put mine in a non heated greenhouse over winter (in the midlands ) never yet had one survive - Best of Luck , but they are so easy to grow from seed
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