We asked the NGB breeder members to answer the most often asked growing peppers questions we receive. We hope that these answers will bring a delicious pepper season to you.
It's the time of year when we go out to our gardens and see all the vegetables that need to be dealt with. One can only eat so many fresh tomatoes, squash, or peppers, but you have options for preservation. Read what Stephanie does with her extra sweet and hot peppers.
The seedlings in my greenhouse have started to take off. Some haven't emerged yet; still mostly less than patiently waiting on the tomatoes and peppers to germinate. But the winter veggies, leeks, tomatillos and onions, sunflowers, marigolds and zinnias are all growing quickly with a little bit of heat and sunshine.
For vegetable gardeners, one way to make vegetable gardening cheaper is to start your own plants from seed, rather than buying pre-started plants. Depending on the plant, some seeds may be planted directly in the garden, while others are best started ahead of time in pots.