However, peppers/capsicum cannot grow in cold areas and need humidity and ample sunlight. You can grow them easily in your own garden or even choose to grow them in containers indoors.
In case of growing bell peppers, the seeds must be planted about 45cm (18in) away from one other. The seeds will take 2-3 weeks to completely germinate. Peppers can be grown indoors in pots or containers. Though they need to be placed near the windows to receive enough sunlight. You will have to ensure that they are planted 45-50 cm apart from each other.
Consider pinching off the sidesideshoots for making the plant produce many smaller fruits. You could also continue growing peppers indoors, though you would need to have bigger pots and more sunlight. An indoor greenhouse with a propagator would be appropriate for such an endeavor.
You will need to harvest the pepper as soon as they are big enough. If you want them riper, let the fruits grow for a few more days. You have the option of growing different types of pepper, so that you get a variety of colors, sizes, and tastes. Remember that peppers require a lot of water and grow in soil that retains water well.
If the water is lesser than average, the fruit may taste more bitter than desired. You should also feed the plant with liquid high potash fertilizer once its first fruit have begun to appear. These liquid fertilizers can be made at home using natural ingredients.
Keep checking the plants for blossom end rot, aphids, red spider mites. The advantage of growing vegetables, like peppers, eggplants, and tomatoes in your garden is that you save a lot on groceries. Why would you want to buy vegetables and fruits, if you can have them for free! So, plant some peppers, and fill your garden with some color.