200pcs Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds For Spicy Food Enthusiasts Organic Nongmo
Introduce an exciting addition to your garden with these 200pcs Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds. Specially sourced for spicy food enthusiasts, these organic, non-GMO seeds offer a fun, rewarding gardening experience. Suitable for a courtyard setting, these mini-sized seeds originate from the subtropics, promising a lush, perennial growth of vegetable chili peppers.
These high-quality seeds will beautify your outdoor space, coming into full bloom in the autumn season. Despite their fiery reputation, cultivating these peppers is a breeze, even for beginners. Classified under the Happy Farm variety, they’re an ideal match for those born under the constellation Taurus, symbolizing resilience and determination.
Transform your garden into a spicy haven and enjoy the satisfaction of growing your own Carolina Reaper peppers. Be it for a fiery salsa, a hot sauce, or to challenge your friends on who can handle the most heat, these peppers are sure to spice up your life.
Please note that the flowerpot is not included.
How to Plant 200pcs Hot Carolina Reaper Pepper Seeds:
1. Choose a sunny location for planting.
2. Prepare the soil by ensuring it is well-drained and enriched with organic matter.
3. Plant the seeds about 1/4 inch deep into the soil.
4. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged.
5. Wait for the seeds to germinate in about 7-21 days.
6. Once the seedlings are big enough, transplant them to larger pots or directly in your garden.
7. Ensure your plants get at least six hours of sunlight daily for optimal growth.
8. Enjoy the growth of your very own Carolina Reaper peppers.
Experience the joy of cultivating these fiery peppers, and let the spice of life flourish in your garden!
- Latin Name: Capsicum Chinense ‘Carolina Reaper’
- Planting Season: Spring to Summer
- Germination Rate: Approximately 80%
- Grown Plant Size: Can reach up to 4 feet in height
- Time to Maturity: Approximately 90-100 days after transplanting
- Soil Type: Well-drained soil enriched with organic matter
- Watering: Moderate, ensuring soil is moist but not waterlogged
- Sunlight: Requires full sun, at least 6 hours per day
- Uses: Ideal for spicy food preparation such as salsas, hot sauces, or for heat tolerance challenges
- Deer Resistance: Deer tend to avoid this plant due to its extreme heat
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Known for its high resistance to most common pests and diseases
- Spacing Requirements: Plants should be spaced approximately 24-36 inches apart
- Companion Plants: Best grown alongside other pepper varieties, tomatoes, basil, and parsley
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest when peppers are bright red and fully matured. Use gloves and eye protection when handling due to extreme heat