Plentiful Harvest With These Habanero Pepper Seeds

by Kwame Owusu Adom
(Massachusetts)

Started three seeds indoors in rockwool substrate hoping to get a harvest. While that did not materialize, I transplanted them outdoors when the temperature warmed up in late May. By the end of June the little suckers were going crazy. We eat a LOT of peppers in our house but the harvest was out of this world. We gave away at least three gallon sized ziploc bags full and still had enough to last a whole year. I will try indoor planting again and I look forward to giving them another try.

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Dec 09, 2019
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Habanero Pepper Seeds
by: Juanita

Hi Kwame,
Habanero seeds do well in soil under a grow light indoors or in a heated greenhouse when it is cold. Thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®. Sounds like you had quite a harvest.

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