Habanero Pepper Plants

Habanero Tree


frances040176 added on June 23, 2016 | Answered

I have an existing habanero tree but no longer bears fruit, and I have not seen it flower for quite some time now. Is there a chance I can still have fruits on this tree? What to do? Can I cut a root of this habanero tree and plant in a different area this time? Any information will greatly be appreciated. Thank you. Sincerely, Frances Yap P.S. I am from the southern part of the Philippines where it is hot, and June to August is rainy season. Hope this helps. Thanks again.


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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on June 25, 2016

Though your Habanero is a perennial and it can bear fruit for several years, it can age and not produce over time.
Water only when the soil is dry. Ph of the soil should be between 5 or 6.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/pepper/growing-habanero-peppers.htm

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frances040176
Answered on June 28, 2016

Thank you. I'll take note of this. I just feel that there is something that I can do with the existing tree that is very much alive but just doesn't bear fruits for few months now.

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