Perennial Capsicum

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  1. Imola

    Imola New Member Premium Member

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    Good afternoon Mark,

    I am re-inquiring about your perennial capsicum seeds and whether it would be possible for you to send me some? If you would like I can send you some red okra seeds in return or some perennial pea seeds that grows like a bush ?

    Thankyou,
    Imola
     
  2. Mark

    Mark Founder Staff Member

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    Hi Imola, what do you live in? If Australia, which State because some States like WA or Tasmania don't allow seed sending.
     
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    When you say perennial capsicum aren't all capsicums perennial? I thought it was just the winter cold that kills them off and if you live in a winter warmer area they can keep going over winter and fruit again the next summer
     
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    When I am lucky enough to have a successful capsicum, I give it a big feed fairly regularly to keep it flowering right through the year.
    I have been lucky enough to have one bush last 2yrs.
     
  5. Imola

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    Hi Mark,
    Sorry about the late reply been a bit busy. I live in Brisbane in the scenic rim area.
    Thanks, Imola
     
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    Hi, As far as I know most Capsicums only live for about two years if you're lucky. They are classed as bi-annual plants but then again it really depend on the weather. (They live less than chilli plants). :)
     
  7. Mark

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    Ok no worries that's easy then Imola. We can chat more and get address etc in the Private Conversation area - I'll start it.
     
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