Thai Orange


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Product Description

What’s the point of eating a hot pepper that doesn’t taste any good?  These little orange creatures pack a serious punch without sacrificing flavor.  2-3 in. peppers grow prolifically, turning from green to burnt yellow to a bright orange color.  I once counted over 150 peppers on one plant at a time.  Get ready to make hot sauce or dry a bunch in your window.

To Sow

  • Date: Start Indoors March 1-April 15, Transplant May 15-June 15
  • Planting Depth: ¼ in.
  • Special Instructions:  These chiles need it hot.  Make sure to keep soil temperature above 80 degrees when starting these chile seeds indoors.  Keep seed starts close to a radiator or space heater or use a greenhouse heating pad.
  • Germination Rate: 88%

To Grow

  • For Raised Beds: Space plants 12 in. apart, leaving 18 in. spacing between rows.  Stagger rows to increase number of plants per bed.
  • For Containers: Plant in a deep container measuring at least 2 gallons.

Seeds Per Pack: 25


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