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Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

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Sun, Nov 25, 07 at 7:29

I finally got my 'from chile to bonsai' guide finished, here it is:


Here is a link that might be useful: Chile to bonsai -guide

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RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

great looking plants J you got the bonsai thumb


RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

Bhut Jolokia would be a good pepper to Bonsai.
You only need a few pods at a time because of their heat and a small plant might produce a constant supply of fresh ones year round when grown indoors.

RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

The ones with a tiny pods look cool, like small apples on a tree or something! :)

BTW. it's a good idea to give some extra light for the stem before cutting the plant down. Just to get some fresh leaves out there before cutting the plants.
Less risky if the plant you're cutting is valuable to you. :)

Here is a link that might be useful:

RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

I've got some chile Pequin comming up right now.
Maybe if the crickets don't get them I'll try and Bonzai one of them.

RE: Chile Pepper Bonsai -guide!

J, amazing bonsai's! I really would love to try this with a Bolivian Rainbow but I can't seem to find one anywhere here in Oklahoma. So amazing, thank you for the great tutorial, hopefully I will get to try it out one day!


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