These peppers might look small, but they certainly make up for size when it comes to flavour! One bushy plant will give you a non-stop summer crop of literally hundreds of mini, extremely hot peppers. (Capsicum annuum)Sowing Instructions
Sow early spring in a good seed compost and barely cover the seed. Germination usually takes 8-14 days at 24-27C (75-80F).Growing Instructions
Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle into 7.5cm (3in) and finally into 20cm (8in) pots or growbags. Aim for a night temperature of between 16-24C (60-75F) otherwise fruit setting may be poor. Likewise keep daytime temperature around 24C (75F) for best results.Aftercare Instructions
As the flowers form ensure the compost is always evenly moist. Give a weak application of fertiliser as the blossoms open and water well. For continued cropping, pick the fruit as soon as they start to colour and ripen off the plant.