I am totally new to gardening, and I could use some help with my Thai Dragon plant.
I bought it full grown (about 12" high) from a local nursery about three weeks ago. I had it near a large window on the eastern side of my house, and it was getting plenty of sunlight and doing very well. The leaves were perky and green, and new peppers were turning ripe every day. So far I've harvested about 50 delicious, very spicy peppers from this little plant!
For the past week, the weather has been very overcast and rainy, so despite its position near the window the plant has started to look pretty glum. The peppers still look okay, but almost all of the leaves are wilted and falling off.
Is there any indoor light source I can use to simulate sunlight when the weather is dreary? Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks for reading!