Chop your favorite fiery red peppers in the food processor along with an onion, then stir in a sugar-and-apple cider vinegar solution for a tangy
Starting seeds early allows your habaneros, which grow naturally near the equator, to have a longer growing season. Waiting until April or May to start pepper seeds would result in underdeveloped plants, lower yields, and unripe peppers come harvest time.
Most growers want a simple answer when it comes to soil type. While typical potting mix will work fine for most growers (Miracle-Gro or similar), we recommend using two soils when growing from seed.
Start seeds and root cuttings using a soilless mix.
Habanero peppers require a warm climate with temperatures between 70 and 80 F during the day for good growth. They prefer night-time temperatures about 10 degrees cooler. Cool weather will cause them to drop their flowers and young fruits prematurely which is often fatal to newly transplanted plants.
Cuttings will root in aeroponic systems.