Peppers

Peppers

When can I plant peppers in South Africa?

Peppers plant

About five to six weeks after sowing of the sweet pepper seeds the planting out of the seedlings can commence. This will normally be late July in warm climates to mid September. Planting can however be done till the end of December.

Red Peppers


 Bell Pepper

Bell Peppers

Peppers flowering in April 2020

Peppers flowering

Snacking on one of our first homegrown peppers during LockdownSA in March 2020 - realising the amount of seeds they have.

Peppers Seeds

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