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I was away for a couple of days and I guess the weather was hot here, so when I came back my chilli plant had dried up, picture below. I have watered it now, but the plant hasn't perked up. The branches and stem are still alive, I checked. Does anyone know what I should do to save my plant? Are the leaves dead, should I remove them? This is my first chilli plant. Any advice is welcome. Thanks for the answers in advance. enter image description here

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    "This is my first chilli plant" - Correction: This was your first chilli plant. It looks dead as a doornail. It's hard to believe it got into that state in just "a couple of days" with no water! – alephzero Jun 5 at 8:49
  • I agree, how many days was it? – scjorge Jul 3 at 10:06
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you may "save it" by planting the seeds of your chilli fruit.

  • please be so kind and tell me why I got a down vote? – scjorge Aug 2 at 16:59
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    I down voted because the answer didn't seem to answer the question. To me it seems like something that should be a comment or expounded upon to state why the plant can't be revived and how to plant the chili seeds. – ejderuby Aug 9 at 13:40

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