New E-book Makes Growing Hot Peppers Accessible to Everyone
Available from GrowHotPeppers.com, this e-book is a road map to raising your own hot chillies that takes the guesswork out of gardening. All the information you need is provided to help you grow the peppers you want on your first try.
- (1888PressRelease) January 26, 2012 - SAN JOSE, California - Pepper enthusiasts and gardeners are asking themselves, "How can I grow Jalapenos and other hot chile peppers?" Jalapenos are a favorite home-grown variety because they are enjoyed in many ethnic cuisines that utilize their distinct flavor and spice. And with super hots being recognized by the Guinness World Records, such as the Bhut Jolokia and Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, the allure is even greater. Many people find that raising chillies is somewhat tricker than cultivating other vegetables. Dominica Esperanza - co-founder of GrowHotPeppers.com - describes how you can grow your own peppers even if you are new to chillies or do not have a big yard.
"Hot peppers burn your mouth as you eat them, but the plants are so sensitive when they are growing," says Esperanza. Oftentimes, seedlings die with no warning, and people are left in the dark as to why it happened. This e-book is unique in that it walks you through each growing stage, from sowing the seeds to overwintering your plants. Anyone from any gardening level can successfully raise the hot peppers they desire." Esperanza goes on to say, "we focused on growing chillies in containers so that people with small patios or balconies can also grow peppers."
"Grow Your Own Jalapenos and Super Hot Peppers in Containers" divides the content into separate sections that describe how to raise hot peppers, troubleshoot common problems and discover different Jalapeno and super hot pepper varieties.
The chapters in this e-book describe how to:
• Select healthy pepper seeds and understand how to germinate even the toughest varieties,
• Water, fertilize and provide a healthy environment for chile seedlings as they grow,
• Prune pepper plants and achieve the best harvest before the end of the growing season,
• Winterize (over winter) plants so they survive the cold season and last for more than one year,
• Diagnose common pepper plant problems and understand how to treat them,
• Find out about the characteristics, such as the hotness and flavor, of Jalapeno and super hot pepper varieties
"We're excited about sharing pepper gardening with everyone," states Esperanza. "Many of the instructions provide information that isn't very well known or easily found in books or the Web. Once you grow that first pepper plant, you'll get addicted and want to grow more varieties each year."
The "Grow Your Own Jalapenos and Super Hot Peppers in Containers" e-book is available at http://www.growhotpeppers.com/category/grow-your-own-jalapenos-and-super-hot-peppers-in-containers-e-book/.
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Started in 2009, GrowHotPeppers.com promotes the practice and enjoyment of raising your own hot chile pepper plants. The website includes unique articles, videos and products that help you start and maintain a pepper garden. Visit GrowHotPeppers.com at http://www.growhotpeppers.com.
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