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Growing Bell Peppers

My bell pepper plants don't ever seem to grow more than a foot tall and do not give me more than one puny pepper. I water it regularly. What am I doing wrong?

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June 28, 20110 found this helpful

Bell peppers like it very warm day and night. Make sure that it is also getting full sun.

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