CHILLI – WINTER SEEDS
- SKU: Vegetable-seeds-00017
₨60.00 – ₨850.00 (-76%)
Germination: 15-35 days
Optimum soil temperature for germination: 55-70F
Planting Season: Winters
Sunlight Requirement: Full Sun
Planting Method: Out door Sow
Average planting success with this species: 70%
- Sowing. Plant jalapeno seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost.
- Transplant seedlings to well-drained soil when they have 2 sets of true leaves.
- Uses. Jalapenos are mild to medium-hot peppers commonly used in salsas, pickling, and as a topping for various dishes.
- Sowing. Start serrano seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before the last expected frost.
- Transplant seedlings to warm, fertile soil after the danger of frost has passed.
- Uses. Serranos are hotter than jalapenos and are often used in Mexican cuisine, salsas, and as a spicy addition to soups and stews.
- Sowing. Begin habanero seeds indoors 8-12 weeks before the last frost.
- Transplant to well-draining soil with full sun after the threat of frost has passed.
- Uses. Habaneros are fiery hot and add intense heat to dishes.
- They are used in hot sauces, marinades, and tropical salsas.
- Sowing. Start ghost pepper seeds indoors 10-12 weeks before the last frost.
- Transplant seedlings to a warm, sunny location with well-drained soil.
- Uses. Ghost peppers are extremely hot and are often used sparingly in hot sauces, spicy chutneys, and as a way to add intense heat to various recipes.
- Sowing. Similar to jalapenos, start serrano seeds indoors and transplant after the last frost. Ensure well-drained soil and full sunlight.
- Uses. Serrano peppers are versatile, adding heat to salsas, sauces, and are popular for pickling.
Remember, handle hot pepper seeds and plants with care, wearing gloves when necessary, and be cautious with their intense heat in culinary applications.
- Approximately 30 to 40 seeds in each packet
- Imported packing has been checked and re-packed by our organization
Jalapeno, Serrano, Hebanero, Ghost Pepper, Fresno