Peppers generally are great ingredients to add to all kinds of dishes, either raw or cooked. You can enjoy the delightful taste of bell peppers in your different cooking experiences.
When it comes to growing bell peppers, it’s not a difficult thing to do. Just have the right knowledge and you are good to go. So, let’s delve in and get some details about the sprouting of bell peppers.
Bell peppers are characterized by their smooth outer skin that shields the inner crunchy flesh. This pepper is hollow with numerous seeds that tend to cluster in the center and cling to their white inner membrane along their walls.
Although growing bell pepper is an easy thing to do, you have still to put some factors into consideration to achieve that successful outcome. This is particularly important when it comes to seed sowing and germination.
- Seeds from red pepper plants are recommended to be used-Then seeds should be set out to dry for a couple of days- We recommend seeding to be commenced 6 to 8 weeks before the last average frost date in spring
You can commence seed sowing with the help of a seed starting mix and position them in a warm sunny area. Using cell packs or covering flats with plastics can help speed up germination or sprouting of seeds.
Starting Bell Pepper Seeds To Ensure Seed Sprouting