Introducing our hot chili pepper seeds, perfect for those who love to add some heat to their meals. Our seeds are carefully selected to ensure high-quality germination and a bountiful harvest. Here’s how to grow them:
Start by sowing the seeds in a heated room at a temperature of 18 to 21°C, in small pots filled with potting compost. Avoid sowing too many seeds and cover them with a layer of well-packed soil. Give a limited amount of water and cover the pots with a transparent grow hood or cling film. Remove the cover when the seedlings appear and transplant them individually into 9-10 cm deep pots when they have definitive leaves.
For best results, it’s recommended to gradually introduce the peppers to the outdoors by placing them outside for a few hours a day for 10 to 14 days before planting them in the ground.
Here are some tips to ensure you get the most out of your pepper seeds. Before planting, you can improve the germination process by immersing the seeds in lukewarm water or rolling them in a wet napkin and leaving them in a ventilated cupboard for a few days. Chili peppers thrive in heat, so consider growing them in a greenhouse or on your windowsill. Sow your peppers as early as possible and transplant them to slightly larger pots when there are two true leaves. Be careful not to damage the young roots when transplanting.
To ensure healthy growth, water the peppers regularly without overwatering the soil. Sprinkle a layer of seed and cutting compost over the propagation pots to retain moisture and heat, both of which chili peppers love. And to give your peppers a nutrient boost, feed them with special tomato fertilizer.
In no time, you’ll have a bountiful harvest of hot chili peppers to spice up your favorite dishes!
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