Hi, I'm a new forum member and am fairly new to keeping plants. I received my first indoor plant as a birthday present in January and shortly afterwards moved into my own apartment. Since then I've aquired about twenty indoor plants from garden centers and ebay, mostly foliage plants. I also planted some vegetables out on the patio this year -- tomatillos, tomatoes and a pepper plant. The pepper plant grew very well and produced a number of large jalapeÃ±os. A couple of weeks ago I acknowledged that the leaves of the plant had been badly damaged by pests. I was reluctant to spray it because there were still bees visiting the patio, and temperatures have been getting quite cold on some nights, so I decided to bring the plant indoors for as long as it continued growing. The conditions indoors are quite different to outside. The temperature is a fairly constant 25C (80F) with air humidity of between 60% and 80%. All of the heat comes from the dry cleaners on the floor below, so I haven't had to use any heating in the apartment yet. I keep the plant about 10ft from a south facing window where it receives direct sunlight in the morning. A few days after I brought it inside, I noticed that some of the peppers were turning red. I've been removing them as this happens and freezing them. I haven't needed to water the plant since it came inside as the soil is quite moist. There has been some new growth at the top of the stems, but it's been very slow. Today I noticed that many of the plant's leaves are turning brown. This must have started in the past day. Should this be happening, or is it being affected by living indoors? Is there any hope of continuing to grow peppers? I've attached a picture for reference. Thanks.