200pcs Spicy Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds For Outdoor Cultivation And Spice Enthusiasts
Introducing the Hottest Variety of Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds, an exceptional addition to your spice collection and your outdoor garden. This set comes with 200 pieces of perennial Carolina Reaper Pepper seeds, known for their fiery kick and robust flavor.
These seeds thrive in subtropical climates, making them an excellent choice for spice enthusiasts located in warmer regions. They bloom in the autumn, adding a beautiful splash of color to your courtyard. Despite their fiery reputation, these seeds are very easy to cultivate, even for novice gardeners.
While they can be grown in mini sizes for those with limited space, they can also be cultivated in larger sizes for a more dramatic impact. Their primary function is beautifying your outdoor spaces, but they also produce an incredible chili pepper that can elevate your homemade dishes to a new level of heat and flavor. Please note, the flowerpot is excluded from this set.
How to Plant 200pcs Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds Hottest Variety:
1. Start by soaking your seeds in warm water for 24 hours to soften the outer shell.
2. Fill a pot or seed tray with a high-quality seed starting mix, leaving about a quarter inch from the top.
3. Place the seeds around half an inch into the soil, and cover them lightly.
4. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged, and place it in a warm, sunny location.
5. Once the seedlings have grown two sets of true leaves, they can be transplanted into a larger pot or directly into your garden.
6. Keep them well-watered and in a sunny location.
These Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds, classified under the Happy Farm variety, add an exciting challenge to your gardening journey, while also providing a unique flavor to your culinary adventures. Perfect for Taurus constellations who have a penchant for spiciness and beauty in their lives. Grow them, nurture them, and enjoy the fiery reward!
- Latin Name: Capsicum chinense ‘Carolina Reaper’
- Planting Season: Late Spring to Early Summer
- Germination Rate: Approximately 75-85%
- Grown Plant Size: Can reach 3 to 4 feet in height and 2 to 3 feet in width
- Time to Maturity: Approximately 90-100 days from transplant
- Soil Type: Prefer well-drained soil with a pH between 6.0 and 6.8
- Watering: Regular watering needed, but do not overwater
- Sunlight: Full sun, at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day
- Uses: Suitable for use in a variety of dishes for adding heat and flavor
- Deer Resistance: High, as deer generally avoid hot peppers
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most common pepper pests and diseases, though proper care and prevention should be taken
- Spacing Requirements: Should be spaced about 18-24 inches apart
- Companion Plants: Good companions include tomatoes, basil, parsley, and marigold
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest when the peppers have reached their full size and turned a vibrant red color, usually after 90-100 days from transplant.