All chefs should know how to grow peppers because it is a vegetable that you find in most dishes. They are very easy to cultivate and they taste better because they are not injected with chemicals like the ones from the stores are. They also give us a lot of vitamins and minerals that our body needs. Make your life easier and grow peppers into your garden. You will see how excited you are going to be when you will want to make a dish with peppers and you won’t have to go to the supermarket.
Here are some instructions on how to grow peppers in your harden.
- The first thing you have to do is buy the pepper plants from the nursery. You should do this only after the last frost has passed. If you want your peppers to grow faster buy them early and grow them in your home. Once the weather is perfect for them take the plants from the pot and place them into the ground.
- The site where you grow your peppers should be well drained and have a PH of about 7.0. Also, it should have full exposure to the sun.
- Add a layer of compost and manure over the soil just before you add the plants. This way your peppers will grow string and tasty.
- After you have placed the peppers plants into the ground add some supports to help the plant. It will grow over one foot tall so they will need support otherwise they will break.
- Water the plants regularly. You should keep the soil moist especially when the peppers start to develop because they need a lot of water.
- Add some manure or fertilizer again after you see the flowers of the plant and again three weeks later.
- Harvest the peppers when they are fully developed. Do not leave them there because the more you harvest the more peppers you are going to have.
- Keep in mind that peppers are full of vitamins A and C which are wonderful for your body.
This is how to grow peppers in the comfort of your garden. You advise you to try it because they will change the taste of all you dishes. These peppers are chemical free which means they are healthier. If you want to protect yourself and your children plant them into your garden and you will see the difference.