These Pepperoncini Greek Hot Pepper Seeds Are Growing Well

by Jeff
(Texas)

Planted about 10-12 of the seeds about 2 weeks ago. Didn't keep count, but I think all germinated and are growing well. Normally, I'll grow from the seeds from the previous years, and do very little to keep the seeds "fresh", so this rate of germination is better than I've seen and excellent. Compared to the other peppers in the picture, they germinated the quickest - ahead of the Scorpion and Reapers. Jalapeno's are also pretty easy to grow, so I don't expect any problems from here. I'll start some more soon, and will see how the seeds do next year (roll the dice). As far as hotness, I won't know for a while, but I will mess with the chemistry to get them as hot as I can :-) All and all, the seeds worked well.

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by: Juanita

David's Garden Seeds® has a wonderful selection of hot pepper seeds to choose from. We add new varieties all throughout the year. Thank you for choosing us.

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