Growing Red Bell Pepper From Seed Time Lapse – 4 Months


This one took 4 months to make, but it was totally worth it. And the peppers tasted great! 🙂

The plant made a ton of flowers but i removed most of them and left just a few to make sure it would have the strength to grow. Pollination was done with a small paint brush but the flower i was aiming on apparently didn’t get pollinated and died. Luckily there was a couple other flowers in the same shot.

Music: Turn – Ennio Mano

About agogo22

Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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2 Responses to Growing Red Bell Pepper From Seed Time Lapse – 4 Months

  1. I did that in 2019, only I thought they were green ones. When I finally plucked them, they turned a nice red after a few days. 🙂 The taste was great. I will try with small snack peppers this year.

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  2. Drew Whitworth says:

    This film is marvellous to watch 🙂

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