Chili pastes ROCK. Don’t they? They’re pretty key in many recipes and every cuisine around the world has some version of their own chili paste that includes local chilies and ingredients.
Germination & Propagation
Hawaiian peppers are easy to start from seed, however, starters are readily available for a few dollars at most stores if you want to get a head start.
To plant the starters, simply dig an approximately 3″ by 3″ hole in a location that receives good sun exposure. Gently place the starter pepper in the hole and cover with dirt.
Sun and Water
Chili pepper plants require about four to eight hours of direct sunlight a day. Yields and pepper sizes will be larger in sunnier locations.