Peppers have a perfect growing habit for growing in containers.
To grow your peppers in a container, start by planting your peppers in a container that is at least 12” in diameter and at least 12” tall and use a quality potting mix to plant your peppers. Mixes made with a larger component of bark compared to peat work the best for this size container. Use a mix of kelp meal and greensand to provide enough nutrients for the peppers to grow through the season. An organic liquid feed can be applied again once flowering and initial fruiting
An organic liquid feed can be applied again once flowering and initial fruiting occur. The cheap three tiered tomato cages at nurseries and home improvement stores work perfectly for pepper plant supports.