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by Buggygirl on September 06, 2004 04:51 PM
I was given a pepper plant that has been indoors for about 5 years now. It produces peppers regularily in fact is cover with them right now. My question is this, should this plant be by a window. It seems to be dropping leaves since I got it home. THe leaves are yellowish and curling up. I think she had it in quite a bit of light. Could I just be depriving it?
by Jiffymouse on September 06, 2004 04:56 PM
hey buggygirl... welcome to the forum...

yep, you need to give your pepper good light. and make sure that you only water it when it needs it, but don't let it totally dry out.

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