- a spring pot
- a plastic bag
You can get pepperoni seeds everywhere. The biodiversity is almost unlimited. Either you buy them from specialist retailers, order them online (you usually have the largest selection here) or take your own organic fruit.
- This is how you bring your peppers safely through the winter
- Pulling peppers yourself made easy
- Cultivate the peppers in the pot
Buying seeds from the conventional supermarket is not advisable because the plant of origin is often uncertain. There is a risk that this already comes from the 2nd generation of fruit, which is why it no longer makes such splendid peppers.
So go ahead
Sowing hot peppers is really easy. Bless yourself:
The right time
Hot peppers actually germinate all year round, but January is ideal for planting the seeds in the ground.
You will need spring pots for sowing a pepperoni. To ensure that there is always an adequate water supply, it is best to place several spring pots in a low bowl, which you fill with liquid. You can convert this into a small greenhouse by putting a plastic bag over it. A simple rubber band is used for fastening.
To germinate, hot peppers need a light and warm place. A temperature of 25 ° C is ideal. A sunny windowsill is ideal for this. In winter, the heating also helps to optimize the temperature if necessary.
Sowing and watering
First let your spring pots swell with warm water. Then press two to three seeds in the middle of each container. The depth depends on the type of pepper and can usually be found on the packaging as an indication. In the following, make sure to always keep the soil moist.