Can I grow peppers indoors without hydroponics
Quite frankly, all I know about hydroponics is that it allows you to grow vegetables indoors. Considering the word "hydro" is in there, I'm not even sure that soil is involved in this process!
Here's the botom line. I have two fairly large pots with about five cayenne pepper plants each. One has about 15 peppers, some mature and just waiting to turn red, others just starting to grow. The other has tons of bloom with some just starting to grow. However, it's september and I want to ensure that I get all my peppers before the cold. Can't I just bring these two pots in, put them in the window in an area that will get good sun, and continue to water them inside? Or does the window filter out some of the sun's spectrum necessary for plant growth? Maybe I can simply get a "plant light" (sorry for my ignorance) and turn it on maybe six hours a day and continue to water it like it was outside? Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.