Cherry Peppers is an amazing hot pepper, grow from a can.
Cherry Peppers is also one of the hotter type chili peppers and is great for display and cooking. The fruit is cute in the shape of a cherry. It is also the familiar red stuffing found in prepared Spanish green olives.
Hot Cherry Peppers
•Ideal temperatures for growing are 77-95 F (25-35°C).
•Growth appears in 10-15 days.
•Keep in full light.
•You may plant buds elsewhere in a planting pot or in ground.
•Without plenty of light, growth may become slow and plant may wither.
•Water ONLY when surface soil is dry.
•The height of the plant is about 2.4 in-3 in or 6-8 cm.
•Take the center bud off when the plant reaches to 3.5 inches (10 cm) high to stimulate growth.
- Cherry Bomb Pepper
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