In search of a unique pepper for the home garden? Mad Hatter tops them all! Mad Hatter Pepper is a unique Capsicum baccatum type– keeping all of the exciting flavor with very little heat. This [More]
Join Carrie as she talks about harvesting and preserving peppers! We have many different ways that we prefer to go about preserving them which we discuss in this video. Check out this blog post for [More]
In this video, we tour our entire pepper garden! We have over 50 pepper varieties, some planted in the ground, and others in pots. We (very) recently moved, and have been busy getting situated, so [More]
Today we walk you through step-by-step instructions on how to plant pepper plants in the garden. Thanks for watching. Intro to Back to Eden Gardening: https://bit.ly/2Z0UhNh Pepper Spotlight Video: https://bit.ly/2WpFOxP
The California Wonder Bell Pepper is a great producer! It gifts you with a wonderful, large, blocky fruit that does especially well in zones 9 and 10. Pepper seeds like warm soil, but you can [More]
Check out The Geeky Garden!!! ►► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG-J2_z3TY01ccmS9bOkW8Q ************************************ This video is all about harvesting peppers – there are a few things we thought we would share to keep in mind while you’re picking your peppers. [More]
Call it what you like – pruning, topping, pinching, lopping, cutting. Whatever you call it, pruning peppers is a controversial subject. In my first video about pruning peppers I taught this technique, which some people [More]
There are a 1000 ways to feed container plants. This is the basic way I set up my container for growing peppers. No need to be exact. Mature vegetable plants suck the life out of [More]
the first video i did on the 3 common pepper plant problems that you can experience had some audio problems so i did this updated video and also added some information. In this video I [More]
Here’s a handy tip for growing peppers. Support your pepper plants throughout the growing season – especially when they start to produce peppers and become top-heavy. Staking peppers will also keep the plants off the [More]