Spicy exchange / 2023
Not sure where to start? I've put together a 34-page guide to help you grow an abundant harvest.
Don’t lose hope if your seeds seem unresponsive and you’re concerned about their viability. You can buy seedlings ready to transplant at your local nursery, or for specialty varieties you can shop online at Pepper Joe's.
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It's common for peppers not to grow noticeably for the first couple weeks after transplanting as they establish their roots. Temperatures below 50 degrees F are another reason that growth may stall after transplanting.
Not every single flower will turn into fruit, but if all of your flowers are falling off, it may be too hot or you may have pollination troubles.
The "green thumb" is a myth — with the right information, anyone can successfully grow peppers. Enjoy this free 34-page guide to help you grow an abundant harvest.