How To Grow Chilli Peppers In Pots

If you love to add chilli peppers to your recipes, you will be excited to learn how to grow them at home. Find out how now.
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You will be so excited to learn how to grow chilli peppers in pots from fresh seeds. Now you can have a continual supply free of pesticides. Growing your own is so much healthier and rewarding.

Chilli peppers add heat to your favourite recipes and also help to crank up your metabolism. There has never been a better time or reason to grow veggies and the taste is so much more flavorful.

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How Hot Is Your Chilli Pepper?

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There are literally varying degrees when it comes to the temperature of different chilli peppers. Whilst some like it hot, others can only tolerate a milder version which is the longer red and green ones.

The Habenero is the hottest, closely followed by the Jalapeno. You can use your chilli peppers in curries and stews and to spice up all your dishes! Chillies are also an excellent addition to arthritis ointments as they are known for their healing properties.

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How To Grow Chilli Peppers In Pots

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When it comes to propagating your chilli peppers, you will need some fresh seeds from an existing variety plus:

  • Your favorite types of peppers
  • A few cups of potting soil
  • A container with a lid for germination
  • Medium and larger pots for transplanting

How To Grow Chilli Peppers From Seeds Video

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Are you ready to learn how to grow chilli peppers? In this video, you will see how quickly these plants progress in a few short weeks.

At around the 16-week mark, you’ll start to see the actual peppers develop. Depending on the type of pepper you use, you may see them even earlier. In order to achieve the best result, we highly recommend you view the video. To watch, click play above ^

Growing Chilli Peppers Step By Step

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According to the video tutorial above, here is how to get your very own chili peppers growing from seeds.

First, you’ll need to get your seeds. Be sure to choose the types of peppers you want to grow carefully.

Choose your favourites and buy a good quality pepper, to begin with.

Cut the seeds out of your pepper. The best part is that you can still eat the pepper, just save the seeds.

If they’re looking a little wet, let them dry on a plate in the sun for an hour or two.

Now you can prep your planter. You can use an old plastic box with a lid as they did in the video, or buy a sprouting planter.

Be sure to plant the seeds about an inch apart so they have room to sprout their roots. Give them a small amount of water in the beginning, and again whenever the soil looks dried out.

After about 3 weeks your sprouts will be ready for transplanting.

Choose a small planter that won’t give your plant too much water, and pat down the soil to be sure there are no air pockets.

You won’t need to water them every day. Just watch for signs of dryness in the soil, wait a day or two and then give them a good drink.

After another 10 weeks, your plant should be ready for either outdoor planting or a large planter.

Follow the same steps for planting and watering. In just a few short weeks, you should have peppers ready to eat!

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