Posted: 02/09/2014 at 14:35
Even though it's a bit late for growing peppers this is what I would try: repot in a 6 inch pot in a good potting compost.there will be sufficient food and nutrients in the compost so don't feed any more as yet.put the plant in a light sunny position. It willl help if you can stand it outside for pollinating insects.your flowers probably fell off because they were not pollinated .water it a little daily until it gets bigger then increase the water.
Don't let it get dry ,this will encourage red spider mite.I give mine a daily misting over with a sprayer.your cheep B m bargain store sells little sprayers for 45p.
When the flowers start to form spray into them ,like you do with the tomato flowers .it sets the fruits. Wait until you see the centre forming into fruits.
Now is the time to feed with a tomato food. As the plant grows you may need to repot to the next size.
Some gardeners nip off the top leaves of the main stem to help it Bush out.
You may need to use sticks for supporting.
NEXT YEAR START IN FEBRUARY! As artjak does. Or buy as small plants 99p I think from B&Q
I myself cheat and buy jumbo plant plugs from jersy to pot on ,