I know it’s January but growing chiles is a year-round thing for some of us who’re planning this year’s garden and how to maximize chile seed germination going into the growing season.
Here are some tips for cold climate pepper growing.
Having harvested my first round of habanero and ghost pepper hybrids, it’s time to do something with them other than fear them. Let’s pickle them peppers!
There is a great divergence of opinion about fertilizing pepper plants.
A very well-known and wise hot sauce maker once told me he prefers serranos over jalapenos because they’re more consistent in their level of heat.
Jim Duffy, chile grower, experimenter, and breeder, occasionally sends me extra pods of unusual varieties…
Below is a gallery that will give everyone an idea of how spectacular it is…