Question by  Dahlia (36)

How do I grow Habanero peppers from seeds?


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Habaneros produce only one year. Start inside and place outside after last frost 12" apart. Keep away from other kinds of plants. Eggshells and coffee grounds in soil are recommended.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

You basically grow them like any other hot pepper. Grow them in a warm sunny area. Usually the hotter the better. Make sure to plant fresh seeds for best results. Water on a regular basis and fertilize occasionally. Be patient because peppers take awhile to get started but can thrive quite well.


Answer by  bo (874)

You can grow Habanero peppers from seeds just like you would grow anything else from seeds. First, select an area that has good sunlight and black, healthy soil. Then, dig a small hole. Put some fertilizer in the hole as well as the seed. Cover with dirt and water.


Answer by  DtheM1 (1150)

You could just plant the seeds in soil. Another method is to wrap them in a damp paper towel, in a plastic bag and check for roots after 2 days.


Answer by  jane51 (287)

plant the in a hot bed to get plants that are at least 8 inches tall and then transfer to garden planting them eight to twelve inches apart, do not plant next to sweet peppers, it is a good idea to fertilze keep weeded and hoed, water as needed depending on rain

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