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Used Potting Soil: Can You Reuse It for the Next Planting Season?

Used Potting Soil: Can You Reuse It for the Next Planting Season?

Published in Categories, Growing Ghost Pepper Plants, Growing Habanero Peppers, Growing Hot Pepper Plants, Growing Jalapeno Peppers

Below is a guest post written by Jane Blanchard at Modernize.com, a home design and remodeling website. Enjoy! Are you looking through last season’s potted plants and wondering if you can reuse the potting soil? Some gardeners opt to start fresh and discard last year’s soil, but this isn’t necessary. Reusing potting soil is a […]

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Winterizing Chili Plants Guide: Keep Your Peppers Going for Years

Winterizing Chili Plants Guide: Keep Your Peppers Going for Years

Published in Blog, Categories, Growing Ghost Pepper Plants, Growing Habanero Peppers, Growing Hot Pepper Plants, Growing Jalapeno Peppers, Overwintering Hot Pepper Plants

Keep your hot pepper plants alive during the winter so they can last for years instead of months. You can use techniques to help your hot chillies hibernate and then grow again in the spring.

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Starting Pepper Seeds: Tricks to Get Them to Germinate

Starting Pepper Seeds: Tricks to Get Them to Germinate

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If you’ve ever had problems getting your pepper seeds to germinate, this article is for you. Some chile seeds require special handling before they can sprout. Using a few lesser-known techniques, you can get your seeds to germinate quicker than ever before.

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Grow Ghost Pepper Plants

Grow Ghost Pepper Plants

Published in Categories, Ghost Peppers, Growing Ghost Pepper Plants, Growing Hot Pepper Plants

Between 2006 to 2010, the ghost pepper was given the world’s hottest pepper title by Guinness World Records. This distinct chile is also known as “Bhut Jolokia” and “Naga Morich,” which all refer to the pepper that is over 1 million Scoville units hot and three times hotter than the habanero. If you’ve ever enjoyed […]

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Bottom-Watering Techniques for Growing Chili Peppers

Bottom-Watering Techniques for Growing Chili Peppers

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Water is essential to the growth of your chili peppers, but did you know that too much hydration can actually kill your plants? If you’ve ever seen your pepper seedlings wilt and fall over, your chillies have been affected, which is often referred to as “damping off.” Hot peppers of all growth stages are at […]

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