Rare super hot pepper seeds for sale. Our 2016 grow season ended mid November. Fresh peppers are gone until late June 2017. One might think this is a sad part of the year growers. But after a couple weeks of seed sorting, we have started our favorite time of the year: planting. Yes, it is still November. Yes, most people think it is too early to start indoors. However, years of experience have show us that the true potential of a super hot pepper, one must plant very early. Even when using the higher temperatures recommended by the Chile Pepper Institute, the biggest head start tends to produce the biggest plants.
Give the Gift of Heat. Now you can purchase virtual gift cards from Peppers by Mail. Great for gifting seeds this holiday season. Lets face it, there is not much of a surprise if you have to ask that pepper head in your life what seeds s/he wants as a gift. Give them a gift card and your favorite pepper head can make their own selection. Or if they prefer fresh peppers, they can save their gift card code until they are in season.
Our farm is located in Waddy, KY. We are amazed that we have not had a frost yet. After all, this is Kentucky in November. We are thankful to Mother Nature for giving us the extra few weeks this season. But we knew it wouldnt last forever. The ten day weather forcast tells us it will frost on Friday and Freeze on Saturday. What is in the high tunnel might survive but the majority of what we can offer will likely be done for the season. Once the cold hits them, they are done for.
Brassys Award is a contest presented by Square. It is recognition of small business which have proven themselves to be ‘brassy’. We would like to win this award and we think we are wildly eligible to do so. Send this working man to their fancy finals and I will wear overalls and work cloths. I will represent hard working rural folk who build their business with blood, sweat and tears. Continue reading Brassys Award by Square – Please vote for PBM
Prior to 2015, all our produce was grown in our main field and smaller gardens. We relied on hand weeding and heavy mulching. Still do. Over the winter months, we allowed the mulch to compost down. Each spring we tilled it back into the rows.
Today, my daughter surprised me. She asked me if i knew Peppers by Mail was on Youtube. I said of course. I put a video of Duck meets Turtle online. She wasn’t talking about my video (more to come), she was talking about videos posted by patrons.