Once you have purchased your Jalapeno plants, or grown them indoors to at least 2 inches tall, permanently plant your Jalapenos in 2 to 5 gallon containers. Jalapeno pepper plants like it warm (80 -85 degrees is best) and they prefer in a sunlit place to grow in your container garden. Choose a location where they will […]
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