Pepper Seeds & Slow Germination

This Spring has been mightly chilly! Pepper seeds are very sensitive to cold & may take longer than usual to germinate in weather like this.
I plant all the same seeds that I sell, so I take a lot of pride in knowing that urbantomato seeds get great germination rates.
Below is some pics of peppers germinating!
sweet peppers germinating after several weeks
small chocolate peppers finally poking through the soil
If you are having trouble getting your peppers to germinate, please:
– have patience! some of mine took almost three weeks to pop through the soil
– warmth is your friend. they would love a space heater, radiator, or super warm place to help them get growing. heat from the bottom is especially helpful! they don’t need light to germinate, so you can keep them somewhere warm & then move them when you see signs of green 🙂
– email me if you want help, or have any questions!

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