My giant pepper plant is blooming again- about 12 open blooms at last count, and I've been keeping a close eye out on them. As of this morning, it looks like 8 of those 12 flowers are growing small peppers, but seeing as it's inside and lacking as much sunlight as it normally gets, I don't know if it's unhealthy for me to let it it make all those peppers and extra branches (getting very bushy), or if I should be trimming it back a little bit?
Sorry for all the questions; I'm estatic we (the plant and I) managed to make it through the winter, but it's looking a little bit droopy and, while the leaves are still regularily coloured green, I'm getting a bit worried. I water it reguarily (ever other watering or so) with fish fertilizer in the water. Due to the smell it gives off, I haven't really sprayed any of the fish emulsion on the leaves. I so have some plant-tone outside, and not sure if I should sprinkle a little of that onto the soil, also, as I don't want to overfeed it? There's got to be a happy balance in here somewhere!