Thursday, 23 September 2021

Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2

Fig 01- Flowers and buds are growing

Before reading this part, please read the previous post (part 1):

Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

Since I start with plant (baby plant), it is just take around 20 to 30 days or less than one month to harvest the first pepper.

I am quite happy with this result. Unbelievable for me.

If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to:

- yellow
- orange
- and bright red.


Fig 02- Peppers are ready to be harvested

The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

What the results?

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18 comments:

  1. Muy interesante. Gracias por compartir.

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      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Flowers and buds are growing

      Before reading this part, please read the previous post (part 1):
      - Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 1

      Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

      Since I start with plant (baby plant), it is just take around 20 to 30 days or less than one month to harvest the first pepper.

      I am quite happy with this result. Unbelievable for me.

      If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to:
      - yellow
      - orange
      - and bright red.

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  2. Bueno, ahora trataré de cultivarlos, porque a mi familia le encanta el pique fuerte, y aun el ají no da la altura de un picante fuerte. Un abrazo. carlos

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      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
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      Fig 02- Peppers are ready to be harvested

      The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

      What the results?

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  3. Interesante el reportaje.
    Buen fin de semana.
    Ssludos

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      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Flowers and buds are growing

      Before reading this part, please read the previous post (part 1):
      - Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 1

      Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

      Since I start with plant (baby plant), it is just take around 20 to 30 days or less than one month to harvest the first pepper.

      I am quite happy with this result. Unbelievable for me.

      If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to:
      - yellow
      - orange
      - and bright red.

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  4. Olá, amiga!
    É bom poder ter uma horta e produzir os seus produtos hortícolas.
    Votos de um excelente fim de semana!
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 02- Peppers are ready to be harvested

      The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

      What the results?

      # Previous postings:
      - A Bouquet from Combinations of Flowers and Vegetables
      - Do You Visit Car Service Center Every Year?
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1
      - Growing Lantana in my Garden for Summer Project

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  5. Não tenho hipótese de plantar seja o que for, infelizmente.

    Bom fim de semana :)

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      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Flowers and buds are growing

      Before reading this part, please read the previous post (part 1):
      - Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 1

      Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

      Since I start with plant (baby plant), it is just take around 20 to 30 days or less than one month to harvest the first pepper.

      I am quite happy with this result. Unbelievable for me.

      If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to:
      - yellow
      - orange
      - and bright red.

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    2. Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2

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    1. Thanks-
      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 02- Peppers are ready to be harvested

      The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

      What the results?

      # Previous postings:
      - A Bouquet from Combinations of Flowers and Vegetables
      - Do You Visit Car Service Center Every Year?
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1
      - Growing Lantana in my Garden for Summer Project

      Delete
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    1. Thanks-
      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Flowers and buds are growing

      Before reading this part, please read the previous post (part 1):
      - Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 1

      Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

      Since I start with plant (baby plant), it is just take around 20 to 30 days or less than one month to harvest the first pepper.

      I am quite happy with this result. Unbelievable for me.

      If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to:
      - yellow
      - orange
      - and bright red.

      Delete
  8. Io li ho piantati e anche seminati ma quest'anno non mi sono venuti. Peccato. Ti seguo per i consigli. Ciao.

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    1. Thanks-
      Growing Tabasco Peppers in My Yard – Part 2
      -
      Fig 02- Peppers are ready to be harvested

      The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

      What the results?

      # Previous postings:
      - A Bouquet from Combinations of Flowers and Vegetables
      - Do You Visit Car Service Center Every Year?
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1
      - Growing Lantana in my Garden for Summer Project

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  9. Que bueno que cultives plantas. Beso

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