How to Plant Peppers in a Vegetable Garden
How you'll plant peppers in a vegetable garden depends largely on what region of the world you actually live in. Plant peppers in a vegetable garden with help from a classically-trained chef with experience in both world class restaurants and private dining companies in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm Teca Thompson, farm to table chef, and this is how to plant peppers in your vegetable garden. So depending on your region, you'll want to wait two weeks after your last predicted frost and you'll want to choose an area that's big, well drained, filled with well drained soil and gets about eight hours of sunlight a day. Now I've prepped this soil so it's well drained and it's free of weeds and very loose. I am going to dig about a half inch hole, a few of them and I'm going to dig them about a foot apart from each other. Now in these holes I'm going to drop four pepper seeds. Today I'm planting bell peppers. So four pepper seeds in each hole and then, I'm going to cover each hole. So you want to cover them up and soak them generously with water. Now, after they sprout, you want to make sure to weed out every pepper plant but one, choosing the biggest and strongest one and then you will have fresh beautiful peppers. That is how to plant peppers in a vegetable garden. I'm Teca Thompson. Thank you for watching.