Question by  RichG (22)

What is the proper way to grow pepper plants?


Answer by  m3ta4 (774)

The best way would be to start the pepper seed indoors during the winter months. This way, come time for spring and summer, the peppers can be moved outside.


Answer by  river (1226)

Start seeds indoors, transplant approximately 12 inches apart, in the Spring in moist soil with starter fertilizer. Keep them watered you should have peppers in 70 to 90 days.


Answer by  seedtosalad (175)

Peppers can be started indoors by seed or purchase at a garden center. To transplant,find a sunny spot, work in some 5-10-5 fertilizer, place plants, and water daily.


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Cultivation will depend on whether your are growing for ornimental reasons or as a food plant. Hot peppers have to be grown away from pets and small children because the oils are in the leaves, not just the fruits.


Answer by  worker9225 (25)

Pepper plants grow best when started indoors from seed and then transplanted outside. Seedlings should be transplanted when they have at least 2 pairs of mature leaves.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

There is no exact way to grow pepper plants. The main thing to remember is most peppers like sun and a well draining soil.

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