Can I grow peppers with the seeds from a supermarket pepper?

Answer Seeds are harvested from peppers when ripe, whether from the supermarket or from an existing vegetable garden. Most peppers are considered ripe when they turn red. Pepper seeds can be harvested via... Read More »

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Seeds saved from sweet peppers: must the pepper be mature?

No, seeds saved from green peppers are immature and while they might actually germinate, they will not make a healthy plant and are very likely to be mutants and not true to the adult.Also peppers ... Read More »

Can I grow pumpkins from seeds found in a pumpkin from the supermarket?

Sure! I've done it more than once.When the fall season is over I take my pumpkin and set it wherever I want the vine to be in the springtime. Provided that the squirrels and birds don't eat all th... Read More »

If you plant the seeds from inside a tomato you buy from the supermarket, will it grow and bear fruit?

They should grow, however they may not produce a tomato that looks like the one you bought. If the tomato you bought is a hybrid or genetically manipulated the plant resulting from the seed plante... Read More »

Can you grow chillies from the seeds inside the pepper?

Answer If the seeds are not from a hybrid variety, then you can save the seed. Do this by removing the seed and drying for a few days on paper. It is best to handle chillies with rubber gloves to p... Read More »