Big Jim Pepper Garden Planting Seeds
- Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
- Big Jim Pepper seed Days to Maturity: 70-100 days
- Big Jim Pepper seed Hardiness Zone: 4-12
- Big Jim Pepper seed Planting Depth:1/4"
- Big Jim Pepper seed Plant Spacing: 12-18”
- Big Jim Pepper Growth Habit: Sturdy Upright
- Soil Preference: Fertile, Organically rich, Well-drained
- Temperature Preference: Warm, 70-85° F
- Light Preference: Full sun
- Pests/diseases: Susceptible to fungus, leaf spotting, and rot in poorly drained, oversaturated soils. Watch for aphids and whiteflies.
- Big Jim Pepper seed Color: Green to Red
- Big Jim Pepper seed Flavor: Mild to medium spiciness overall, though individual plants vary.
Big Jim Pepper Seed Growing Habits
Big Jim Pepper seeds grow best in warmer climates. Typically they'd want 70 to 80˚ F days with high humidity. They germinate in 8-18 days. If it gets too hot during the day, you can keep the soil cool by frequently watering with cold water. The plants typically grow to 36" and can produce as many as 30 peppers per plant.
The Various Uses for the Big Jim Pepper Seeds
Due to their size, Big Jim Peppers are excellent for either grilling or stuffing. Stuff them with cheese or a meat of your choice, shredded beef or chicken or whatever you like. Or any mix you prefer. Excellent taste and flavor.
The Benefits of Big Jim Pepper Seed
Some health benefits for Big Jim Peppers include metabolism and digestive health support as well as aiding in heart health. They can help alleviate migraines as well as providing joint pain relief. They can also help clear sinuses and can aid against flu, colds, and allergies.
Big Jim Pepper seeds Per Package:
- 1 oz - Approximately 4,000 Seeds
- 4 oz - Approximately 16,800 Seeds
- 1 lb - Approximately 64,000 Seeds
- 5 lb - Approximately 320,000 Seeds