Now is the time to get ready for spring germination

It is best to plant your seeds early in the year (Jan/Feb) and nurture the seedlings indoors or under glass. The plants can then be put outside once the threat of frosts subsides. Once the temperatures rise your plants will have a nice head start and will go on to produce a good harvest of Hot Wild Peppers summer long!

Germinating Our Seeds An easier way Plant your the pepper seeds straight into a compost and watch them grow!

OJ's Update (part 2)

So it turns out the our good friend OJ's Chillies has been posting photos of these peppers (he calls them chillies because he's in Europe--LOL), but he was posting to his facebook page and We haven't been on facebook much and missed them.

His facebook page of the photos is at

He must be doing something right because his peppers/chillies are growing FAST.

We are looking forward to seeing his peppers grow up -- literately and figuratively !