Germinating Chile Seeds


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Germinating Chile Seeds

MGZ | Feb 19, 2014 06:06 AM

I am a Jersey Shore gardener. I plant tomatoes and cucumbers and peppers, and whatever else, every year, around Mother's Day, using plants that I buy. I have had trouble, however, finding seedlings for the super hot chiles that I enjoy and cannot buy. Thus, for Christmas this year, I ordered a bunch of seeds of Beelzebub's favorite varieties - Carolina Reaper, Bhut, Seven Pot, etc. I want to make some fire in our sandy soil.

So I ask you my fellow chow producing 'hounds, how should I best approach germinating the multitude of seeds I have acquired? I have an East facing window in the house that is capable of keeping my potted herbs growing all year long (if that helps).

Thanks, in advance.

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