Peppers Intro

@2021-08-01,*2021-10-15

I really enjoy hot chili's, and now that we've moved into our new house, we have a bit more space for things like growing peppers. I started out germinating some Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper seeds in my aerogarden. I placed 2-3 seeds in each slot, and set the aerogarden to the "vegetable" setting. After about 2-3 weeks, I ended up with over 80% germination rate. Unfortunately only a couple of the seedlings are really thriving, but in general they're doing pretty well.

About 3 weeks in, I took 2 seedlings and planted them outdoors, under our covered patio, they seem to be doing well, but they're definitely growing somewhat slower than the seedlings I left in our aerogarden. Here's what the aerogarden seedlings look like.

trinidad moruga scorpion aerogarden

Here's what the seedlings look like under our covered patio.

trinidad moruga scorpion outdoor

Early July was probably a bit late in the season to be starting seeds, and planting them outdoors, but I'm hopin for some fruit just before the temperatures start getting cold, I have high hopes though for the indoor hydrophonic plants. I'll post back here when they start flowering ;)!

This is the first post in a series about my pepper growing journey.
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