New Year’s Day is coming up quick and now’s the time to start planning next year’s chile pepper harvest, if you haven’t started doing so already.
Spain’s pimentón pepper is a foreign movie star among chiles here in the U.S. It’s not mainstream but it’s got a good following in its native country.
The long red ristras (strings) of New Mexican chiles are seen everywhere in that state in the early fall.
More than 150 types of weeds harbor insect-transmitted viruses that can harm peppers.
Pepper seedlings do about as well on a window sill as vampires do in direct sunlight. Okay, not that bad but there are hazards.
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.