Growing Thai Hot Pepper Vegetable Garden Seeds
- Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
- Other Names: Thai Hot Pepper
- Days to Maturity: 80 days
- Hardiness Zone: 3-12
- Planting Depth: 1/4”
- Plant Spacing: 18”
- Row Spacing: 2’
- Growth Habit: Upright
- Soil Preference: Moist, well-draining
- Temp Preference: 70℉
- Light Preference: Full sun
- Color: Green, then red
- Flavor: Hot
Thai Hot Pepper Growth Habits:
Plant hot Thai Pepper seeds indoors a month or two before the last frost. Move outdoors when temperatures begin to warm. Thai Pepper plants are compact plants that produce small peppers. Peppers are only about 1 inch long. Thai Hot Peppers are green, and when left on the vine, they will gradually turn red.
Various Uses for Thai Hot Pepper:
If you’re growing Thai Peppers, you must like your food hot! Here’s a hot sauce recipe to use with your hot peppers. Roast 4 cups of Thai Chiles and a clove of garlic in the oven. Add roasted peppers, garlic, a cup of water, a cup of vinegar, and a tablespoon of sugar to a blender. Blend until smooth.
Thai Hot Pepper Benefits:
Spicy peppers can be great in your diet. Hot peppers like Thai chiles can jumpstart your metabolism, and even lead to less overeating. The vitamins and nutrients in peppers can boost your immune system. You will definitely consume more water after ingesting these spicy peppers which can aid in digestion.
Thai Chilis are a perfect addition to your patio garden.