I am growing sweet red peppers for the first time. They are Thor F1 variety. They have reached 30" now and I feed them every week. My problems is there are no flowers on my plants. They are growing in an unheated greenhouse. What am I doing wrong?
Hi there Italophile, thank you for your recommendations on feeding my tomatoes, I shall heed your advice and hope for a good crop.
Thankyou very much Green Magpie that is very helpful. Happy gardening
I never know when to start feeding my tomatoes. They are grown out doors and have several trusses of flowers.They are different varieties Shirley, Gardeners Delight, Golden Crown (cherry), and Sweet Million
Oh well they will look colourful anyway
Thanks for your advice will do. Have you heard that thee plants discourage the growth of that rampaging week ground elder, or is it just a myth?
I have some Marigolds in a cold greenhouse grown from plugs since early March. They now have flower buds on them. Do I remove these now to encourage stronger growth or leave them on
Thanks Wintersong for the advice I can plant in pots with confidence now
I am going to plant mine in tall plant pots and leave in the greenhouse until the warmer weather comes. They sound not to difficult to raise in the correct conditions. i have a sunny poor well drained spot earmarked for them. Some interesting reading in all the comments
I have received today five tubers? at least I think that is what they are. Do I plant them in pots in the greenhouse or straight in the garden. I live in Wakefield West yorkshire When planting do I plant them horizontal or vertical ( they are about 4" long). I love the look of Sea Holly but have never grown them before.