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- How To Grow Pepper Plants in Colorado
Pepper Varieties that Grow Well in Colorado Anaheim Peppers Ancho/Poblano Peppers Banana Peppers Big Jim Peppers California Wonder Peppers Cayenne Peppers Ghost Peppers Giant Marconi Peppers Habanero Peppers Hot Cherry Peppers Jalapeno Peppers Mirasol Peppers Pepperoncini Purple Beauty Peppers Red Beauty Peppers Scotch Bonnet Peppers Serrano Peppers Sonora Peppers Sweet Banana Peppers Sweet Cherry Pepper Thai Hot Peppers Have Questions on How to Grow Peppers in Colorado?
- How to Plant Pepper Seeds and Care For Your Pepper Plants
Also, by growing an assortment of peppers, you can have mild, meaty peppers for salads or stir-fries, slightly spicy peppers for fresh salsas, and hot peppers for bold jolts of flavor. Peppers Love the Heat From sweet, crisp peppers that come in all colors of the rainbow, to habaneros Even Peppers Need a Little Support... , garden-grown peppers.
- Our Favorite Pepper Varieties
Time to plant peppers! Here are some of our featured pepper varieties with recipes we want to try for each variety. Click here to see more pepper recipes on our Pinterest Board. Shishito Small, mild peppers that are great for roasting, pan frying and grilling. Golden California Wonder Big, sweet and mild peppers.
- What is Companion Gardening?
Basil - Compatible plants: Asparagus, beans, beets, bell peppers, cabbage, chili peppers, eggplant, marigolds spinach, Swiss chard, thyme - Incompatible plants: Asparagus, cantaloupe, climbing beans, mustard, pepper Hyssop, mint, and sage deter cabbage moths Carrots - Compatible plants: Beans, lettuce, onions, peas, peppers Onions - Compatible plants: Cabbage, carrots, chard, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes - Incompatible plants , broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, kohlrabi, melons, peppers
- What Plants are Best for Summer Gardening?
Peppers Bell peppers are fun to grow and provide you with a deliciously sweet veggie to add to any salad While bell peppers grow well in Colorado, hot peppers thrive! So if you enjoy a little spice in your life, check out some of our favorite varieties of pepper plant
- Vegetable Container Gardening: A How-To Guide for Beginners
Eggplant Similar to peppers and tomatoes, eggplants love the heat. Peppers Pepper plants generally stay rather small, making them great for container gardening. And with how many different types of peppers there are, you can plant a few and have some fun with peppers
- Growing Vegetables in Colorado: The Best Vegetables for Your Colorado Garden
Peppers This warm-season crop is quite similar to tomatoes, requiring specific care to grow well and They can take anywhere from 60-150 days to reach maturity, depending on the variety of pepper you want Learn more about growing peppers! When Should I Plant My Vegetables in Colorado?
- A Guide To Growing an Edible Garden in Colorado
While the grocery store may only have one, maybe two varieties of peppers or cucumbers, growing your Fruits That Grow in Colorado Aside from plants such as tomatoes and peppers (which are technically fruits Some of these include carrots, green onions, hot peppers, salad greens, potatoes, radishes, and tomatoes
- Gardening with Kids: Science Experiments
Save a few seeds from that pepper you chopped up for dinner and place them in some soil. Mist daily and watch tiny little pepper plants begin to grow!
- A Little Bit About Companion Herbs
Good Companion Herbs Basil Basil is a good neighbor to tomatoes, pepper plants, oregano, asparagus, and Rosemary Rosemary likes cabbage, hot peppers, beans, and broccoli.