These snack peppers, grown from seed in this container last season, produced sweet peppers in summer and fall on the deck. Now indoors, they continue to grow, bloom and produce peppers this winter in the same container. They get southern exposure direct sun about two hours a day and then indirect light. So far, this minimal sunlight has been adequate. These peppers, unlike marigolds that are true annuals going to seed within a season, appear to grow as long as conditions permit. Do you have experiences with long-growing “annuals” ? Enjoy finding out about your favorite topics in the blue right hand column. Thanks for your visit. Share us with others!