500 Pcs Organic Giant Sweet Pepper Seeds Outdoor Chili Vegetable Cultivation Diy Family Farming Paprika Chile Seedlings
Enrich your own personal garden with these Organic Giant Sweet Pepper Seeds. This pack contains 500 pieces of top-quality pepper seeds, perfect for those who have a passion for homegrown organic vegetables.
Grown from the finest Chilean varieties, these sweet peppers are a joy to cultivate and even more delightful to harvest. Their vibrant color and robust flavor make them a fantastic addition to any meal, adding a touch of heat and a whole lot of taste.
These sweet pepper seeds are easy to plant and grow, making them a great choice for both novice gardeners and seasoned green-thumbs. Whether in an outdoor garden or an indoor pot, these peppers thrive in temperate climates and will add a touch of perennial beauty to your space.
The Organic Giant Sweet Pepper Seeds are a Sagittarius’s best friend, offering a unique gardening experience that’s as rewarding as it is fun. With these seeds, you’re not just growing vegetables; you’re cultivating a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle.
How to Plant Organic Giant Sweet Pepper Seeds 500 Pcs:
1. Soak the seeds in warm water for 24 hours.
2. Transfer the seeds to cold water and leave them for 72 hours.
3. Place the seeds in wet soil, burying them about 1.5 cm deep and cover with plastic.
4. Water the seeds daily. Expect sprouts to appear in about 15 days.
Variety is the spice of life, and our Organic Giant Sweet Pepper Seeds are no exception. Discover the joy of home gardening and the thrill of growing your own vegetables today!
- Latin Name: Capsicum Annuum
- Planting Season: Early Spring
- Germination Rate: Approximately 90%
- Grown Plant Size: Up to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide
- Time to Maturity: 60-90 days
- Soil Type: Well-draining, high in organic matter
- Watering: Regular watering, keep soil consistently moist but not wet
- Sunlight: Full sunlight
- Uses: Great for salads, stir-fries, roasting, stuffing, and as a spicy addition to any meal
- Deer Resistance: High
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most common pepper pests and diseases
- Spacing Requirements: 18-24 inches apart
- Companion Plants: Basil, onions, carrots, parsley, and tomatoes
- Harvesting Instructions: Peppers can be harvested when they are green or left on the plant longer to ripen to a red color. Use a sharp knife or scissors to cut peppers clean off the plant for the best results