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Pepper Seeds

Discover the magic of rare and special pepper seeds with our online store! 

Our pepper seed department is dedicated to supporting small farmers who cultivate and preserve these unique and one-of-a-kind pepper varieties. 

We believe in the importance of preserving these seeds to ensure that future generations can enjoy the same delicious and diverse flavors that have been cherished for centuries.

  • Habanero Pepper Organic Seeds

    Habanero Pepper Organic Seeds

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  • Pepper Organic Seed Kit

    Purple Pepper

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  • Tabasco Pepper Organic Seeds

    Tabasco Pepper Organic Seeds

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  • Sweet Pepper Organic Seeds

    Sweet Pepper Organic Seeds

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  • Pepper Jalapeño Organic Seeds

    Pepper Jalapeño Organic Seeds

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Pepper Seeds FAQ

 Pepper plants prefer warm and sunny conditions, with temperatures between 60-85°F.

They also require well-draining soil and consistent moisture.

Pepper plants typically need about 18-24 inches of space between each plant, depending on the variety.

They can be grown in gardens, in containers, and in greenhouses.

The time it takes for pepper plants to produce fruit can vary depending on the variety, but most will produce fruit within 60-90 days of planting.

Pepper plants should be kept consistently moist but not waterlogged.

Depending on the weather and the size of the container, watering pepper plants may be needed on daily or weekly basis.

Pepper plants are generally relatively pest- and disease-free, but they can be affected by aphids, thrips, and whiteflies.

Also, fungal diseases such as powdery mildew, fusarium, and Phytophthora can also affect pepper plants.

Yes, pepper plants can be grown indoors, but they will require a sunny location and grow lights if natural light is insufficient.

Yes, you can save pepper seeds from your own pepper plants to plant next year.

The seeds can be harvested from fully ripe peppers, and then dried and stored in a cool, dry place.

Yes, pepper plants can be grown in containers as long as they are large enough to accommodate the size of the mature plant and have good drainage.

Be aware that container plants may need more frequent watering and fertilization.

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