Before the first frost wipes out your pepper plants, select one or two, if you have the space,
to dig up and place in large containers to bring indoors.
Small, compact plants like 'Thai Dragon' hot pepper transplant well. Prune the plant slightly,
remove it from the garden with most of the root ball intact, and place it in a pot with fresh
potting soil. Offer the plant a window with a southern exposure. If you hand-pollinate blossoms
with a small brush, the plants will continue to produce peppers through the winter!