Hot Lemony Peppers and others
I have a lemony pepper plant that just went wild this summer after we planted it in the garden. Wasn't sure how to keep it over winter so I uprooted it before we had our first frost. I think that shocked the heck out of it because the leaves wilted and started dropping. I watered thinking it might solve my problems. It helped. Also put it under my UV light in my mudroom. It is obviously heading into dormancy. Wondering what I should do to keep it. Would love for it to come back next year...it was VERY prolific this summer can't imagine what it's potential might be!
I also have a Brazilian starfish, hot portugal and 2 scotch bonnets I brought in that were in pots. Those are doing very well. The peppers are still ripening and they aren't showing signs of going into dormancy yet. Should I hold off on removing fruit and pruning until they do?
Does anyone have a link to a good step by step guide to pruning with pictures? I would hate to botch it up.