If you would like to plant peppers or hot peppers in your own garden, you can either get young plants from the nursery or prefer your peppers.
Pull the peppers yourself
Young plants from the nursery naturally cost a lot more than pulling the plants yourself. If you want to take the risk, you should start early enough. The reason: Both peppers and hot peppers need at least three months to ripen. Those who only start in May or June will only harvest very late and then usually sparingly. That is why you should start preparing for sowing in March.
Sowing should be done as follows: Take out small bowls or seed plates and sow the plants. You should make sure that the temperature does not drop below 28 degrees. The sowing depth is approx. One centimeter. Now you have to press the earth well and always keep it a little moist. However, make sure that there is no waterlogging so that the earth does not start to mold. When the plants look cheekily out of the earth and the first leaves have formed, you can cool the plants down: 20 degrees are optimal. From the beginning of May you can then plant the young plants in the vegetable patch.