Saving Chili Seeds

Drying chili and tabasco peppers really could not be easier. Thread them on a string and hang them up to dry. Break off the dried peppers as needed for seed planting or to crush into a powder to spice up cooking.

I’m sure you already knew that you can’t save seeds from green peppers? The green ones are immature and haven’t ripened their seeds yet.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. I didn’t know that. A guy gave me a big bag of peppers here recently. He’s a Viet Nam vet with some social issues, so he lives way the hell up in the forest and never comes out. I pick a few things up for him now and then, and he gives me some vegetables he grows. But I just ate all the peppers, never thought about getting any seeds.

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  2. Another thing about saving pepper seeds is that if you didn’t grow them yourself, you should probably consider them cross-pollinated. Peppers are easy to cross and it will happen in the garden any time you have two kids of pepper flowers open on the same morning.

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