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why is my chilli not flowering

i have had my chilli plant for under a year now.it did fruit, but now its just lush leaves and no flowers

Submitted: 11:42AM, 21 Oct 2009
Answer: Because the Spring temperatures are presently so unpredictable, it is still a little early in the season for your chilli plant to start flowering. Continue to fertilise with either Thrive Soluble Flower & Fruit or Aquasol. Once the weather is consistently warmer and reaches around 25 degrees, you will find your chilli plant will start to flower and produce lots of fruit.
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