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Some like it hot. If you do, you’ve come to the right place. This gardening guide is packed with tips for picking the perfect hot peppers. Hot peppers are a warm-weather crop that will provide a lovely pop of color in your… READ MORE
Hot peppers: people either love them or hate them. There’s not always a lot of middle ground. For some of us, that fiery feeling is wonderful; for others of us, we prefer the milder side of things. But if you’re here, you’re probably in… READ MORE
Hot peppers, or chile peppers, are part of the Capsicum genus. They’re part of the Solanaceae family, which includes tomatoes, eggplant, and potatoes. When you’re planning your garden, make sure you don’t plant your peppers where your potatoes, tomatoes, or eggplant have been. Chile peppers were… READ MORE
Peppers are warm-season perennials that we treat as annuals. They have a long growing season—15 to 18 weeks after planting out—and cooler weather slows them down. You can start them from seeds or seedlings, depending on your preference and your patience. Seed Planting… READ MORE