Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Indoor chillies: Outdoor chillies

We've been noticing a funny phenomenon in our windowsill chillies. The chillies that are outside on the windowsill appear to have grown in a completely different shape to the ones that we've had to keep inside on the table as there wasn't enough space out on the windowsill. The ones outside are long and skinny whilst the ones inside are short and fat.

It could be the temperature difference, or it could be the difference in pot sizes (the ones inside are still in those tiny pots that we initially transplanted them into).

Anyone else noticed this type of phenomenon and have any idea why it has happened?


  1. Wow, that is so strange. We're not growing those kinds of peppers so I don't know what would cause it.

  2. I don't know why this would happen but it's interesting to compare.

  3. Yes, it's interesting isn't it! It's happened to all three of the plants inside so there must be a reason...


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