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Pepper, Hot - Christmas Tree
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A long season tiny bright red hot chili pepper, about 1 inch long, that packs a punch. Plant in pots for peppers all winter, or dry them and string a bunch to hang in your kitchen. Great in dishes where you want color, zest and heat. They keep us healthy in the winter and if we’re feeling under the weather, these guys (along with garlic) are the perfect remedy for us.
Start seeds indoors about 8-10 weeks before last frost (late Feb-early March). Seeds germinate best in warm soil; once seedlings are established, keep them at cooler temps (55℉) to toughen them up. Transplant 2-4 weeks after last frost when soil temp. reaches 75°F ; space 14-18” apart.
heat-loving plants that benefit from row covers and mulch during cool weather, to keep soil warm
benefit from phosphorus-containing amendments
great greenhouse or cold frame plants
vitamin-rich nightshade family member; tomato relative
capsaicin, the heat in these peppers, is long-treasured medicinal for stimulating metabolism and circulation
Seed Count: 25
Plant Cycle: Annual
Days to Germinate:14
Days to Harvest: 60
Seed Source: Ecologically Farmed
Planting Seasons: Spring
Cold Hardy: No
Seed Saving Level: Easy
Seed Storage : About 4-6+ years, when properly stored (cool, dry, dark)
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