Hot Chilli Seeds

Hot pepper plants, renowned for their fiery fruits, add zest to any garden. These plants require warm conditions, flourishing in temperatures between 70°F and 85°F. They demand well-drained soil, consistent moisture, and full sunlight to develop their signature heat. Hot peppers come in various shapes, sizes, and levels of spiciness, measured in Scoville Heat Units. From jalapeños to ghost peppers, each variety offers a unique level of intensity. Regular harvesting encourages continued production throughout the growing season.

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