Monday, July 15, 2019

Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

Tabasco peppers

I plant a couple of Tabasco peppers in my backyard, just for fun. I bought “baby” plants from Walmart nursery.

Tabasco is a kind of chili variety with scientific name Capsicum frutescens. People said the chili come from Mexico.

It is said that Tabasco is good for:
- sauce
- pepper vinegar
- chili powder
- cayenne peppered

Flowers and buds are growing

Tabasco is categorized as medium hot chili in term of Scoville Heat Units (SHU). Scale range is from 30,000 to 50,0000 SHU.

I think that it is quite easy to take care the plants. Just put the plants in a suitable soil (moisture soil) with a little bit organic fertilizer.

Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.


Peppers are ready to be harvested

Since I start with plant, just take around 20 to 30 days to have the first pepper. If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to yellow, orange and bright red. The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?

79 comments:

  1. Ibuku suka banget menanam cabai dibelakang rumah, sejah pisah rumah sama ibu, aku pengen tanam cabai juga kaya ibu tapi belum sempat, aku baru tanam pandan hehehe, sepertinya setelah ini aku langsung menanam cabai, soalnya suamiku suka sambal hahaha

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    3. Ursula>
      Appreciate...
      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?
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      Tabasco peppers

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    4. Eric>
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      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?
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      I plant a couple of Tabasco peppers in my backyard, just for fun. I bought “baby” plants from Walmart nursery.

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    5. Landy....

      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?
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      Tabasco is a kind of chili variety with scientific name Capsicum frutescens. People said the chili come from Mexico.

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  2. Hi Evi no i havent tried going these,we arent very hot climate where we live so i dont know how they would go,but i love eating them in dishes,hope you have a lovely day my friend xx

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    1. Thank you
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      Tabasco is a kind of chili variety with scientific name Capsicum frutescens. People said the chili come from Mexico.

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  3. I've never tried tabasco peppers :)

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    1. Thank you
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      Since I start with plant, just take around 20 to 30 days to have the first pepper. If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

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    1. It is spicy.
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      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to yellow, orange and bright red. The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

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  5. That's pretty cool you grew your own peppers Evi!

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    1. I can get the freshest one, Pilar.
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      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

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  6. Si amiga, tengo variedad de chiles sembrados en mi jardín, por aca lo comemos todos los dias, es picante y delicioso. Saludos.

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    1. Wow, you grown many chilies. Exciting!

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    2. I can get the freshest one, Pilar.
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      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to yellow, orange and bright red. The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

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    1. Yes, it's very hot.
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      My plant no more than 40 cm (1.3 feet) tall, but it can reach to 1.5 m (5 feet) tall.

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  8. at a glance, I was thought that Tabasco is local name for chili or cabe rawit in Indonesia. But after I looking for the scientific name for cabe rawit, it's different :D maybe in sub-species level ? cmiiw

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    1. Thank you Nike
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      Since I start with plant, just take around 20 to 30 days to have the first pepper. If we start from seed, it would take little longer, around 80 to 90 days to get first harvesting.

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  9. I am growing red bell peppers on my balcony☺

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    1. I love bell peppers but I have never plant them.
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      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to yellow, orange and bright red. The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

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  10. I have grown peppers that look something like this. I don't know what type of pepper. Most of my pepper plants got infested with mealy bugs.

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    1. Gosh, spicy lover bugs :)
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      Then, watering every day, but avoid too much watering such as not let water standing on the surface of soil.

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  11. Uwielbiam ostrą paprykę za smak i kolor . Pozdrawiam gorąco ;)

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      Tabasco peppers

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  12. I don't like pepper, it's too spice.
    Have a good day.

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      Have You Tried to Grow Tabasco Peppers in Your Yard?
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      I plant a couple of Tabasco peppers in my backyard, just for fun. I bought “baby” plants from Walmart nursery.

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  13. I don't have a yard unfortunately :-(

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  14. I never tried, but I have a small garden!

    Have a nice day, Evi!
    Hugs!

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  15. Now I want to try growing this pepper! We grown bell peppers since we eat a lot of them but we do love to toss in hot peppers, particularly when we are cooking Mexican.

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  16. I haven't. Have a great day.

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    1. :) Thank you
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      We could see the pepper colors changed: start from green, then turn to yellow, orange and bright red. The red means the fully ripen stage of Tabasco peppers.

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  17. Great idea, Evi. I will put it into practice immediately. Especially the sauces are different with a touch of Tabasco.

    Thanks again. Hugs.

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    1. Indeed.
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      Tabasco is a kind of chili variety with scientific name Capsicum frutescens. People said the chili come from Mexico.

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  18. No I haven't but I should. Thanks for all the great info!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  19. Hola, Me gustan mucho las fotos y el post está genial.
    Un beso

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  20. I have never tried to grow tabasco peppers. This must be an exciting experience. And then it is so nice to eat food grown with your own hands.

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  21. Beautiful pictures of the Tabasco pimientos... they look delicious!
    Greeting.

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    1. I agree! They are hot and delicious :)
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      Tabasco is a kind of chili variety with scientific name Capsicum frutescens. People said the chili come from Mexico.

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  22. Tu meta es la divulgación y la cultura

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  23. No, I never tried!! But I like the colors!!! But not the taste of it!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  24. I had a different grade. fascinating process!

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  25. So great post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  26. I don't like pepper, but you have beautiful peppers.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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  27. Ini cabe yang pada umumnya ditanam di indonesia. Saya juga menanamnya.

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  28. No la verdad, pero gracias por la idea. Lindas plantas. Te mando un beso

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  29. awesome article..
    thanks for sharing

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  30. Your tabasco-peppers are so beautiful!
    I grow shiso (Japanese basil) :)

    akiko
    www.akikohiramatsu.com

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  31. Me encantan las quindillas ! Espero tu opinión en mi último post! Feliz día! ❤️❤️❤️

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  32. new name but well known chili plant dear friend
    my late mom used to grow with other vegetables in her garden for years though it was delicate plantation and easily caught up by insects
    we use it in dish here not any other thing

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  33. Evi beautifull foto. I don't like chili because it's too spice too me.

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  34. Non ho il pollice verde ma proverò a coltivarli :-)

    https://nettaredimiele.blogspot.com

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  35. This is so cool! I've never really tried growing any veggies unfortunately.

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  36. How awesome that you grow your own tabasco peppers. I want to start growing my own herbs.

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  37. Chętnie uprawiam różne papryczki i w ogrodzie i w doniczkach ale raczej słodkie odmiany. Papryka jest łatwa w uprawie i można się cieszyć swoimi zbiorami.
    Serdecznie pozdrawiam :)

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  38. Damit kann man schon leckere Gerichte kochen. LG Romy

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  39. yeahh, I'm growing Jalapeno pepper in pots on the balcony of my house roof . I have 8-10 seedling. a friend of mine had brought the seeds from California. growing plants is a very enjoyable hobby

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  40. yep, i've ever planted this kind of chili in the past

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  41. I live in an apartment. so there's no ground for farming ...hehe

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  42. i like this chili, taste of this chili so hot and delicious

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  43. Great post, Thanks for sharing,
    I'm following you! X.

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  44. hari kemarin saya baru memulai lagi melakukan pendederan cabe. dan saya suka dengan pekerjaan ini.

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  45. Cabe termasuk mudah tumbuh kalau di daerahku.. Tapi ya cabe lokal macam rawit merah. Kalau yang varian tabasco belum pernah nyoba tanam. Tau tabasco juga dari sebuah restoran cepat saji... Untuk teman makan pizza. Hihi..

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    He can also cure so many sickness

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