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Mark Allender
Supreme Grand Hi-yu-Muckamuck
Asked a question 2 years ago

I'm trying to grow Black Hungarian Peppers. Problem is that I live in an apartment in northern Ohio. In my previous attempt, I had lots of flowers, but they always fell off - I never got a single fruit. Any tips for growing Black Hungarians indoors in a northern climate?

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They like warmth and light.  Nighttime temperatures should be around 70 degrees F.  They do best when two plants are placed in close proximity.  Fertile, loose and well - drained soil.

Near a closed minutely open screened window with a lamp for supplementary lighting.