Gule James Mirabilis jalapa is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, native to Mexico. The plant is known in English as jalapeño, Mexican tulip, and Peruvian daffodil. It is cultivated in many places, and is used both fresh and dried. The fruit is eaten raw, cooked, or pickled.
How to care:
To keep your Gule James healthy and blooming, water it regularly and fertilize it monthly. Place it in a sunny spot, and protect it from drafts.
Water regularly, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between watering.
Fertilize monthly with a balanced fertilizer.
Place in a sunny spot.
Type of Soil:
Well-drained, fertile soil.
Prune as needed to shape the plant and encourage new growth.
Propagate by seed, stem cuttings, or division.
Gule James makes an excellent addition to the landscape, whether used as a specimen plant or in mass plantings. It can also be grown in containers.