As you can see here, my peppers are right on schedule! These are Serrano peppers, and I look forward to another great crop! Last year, I had so many Serranos I was practically shoving them into open car windows at the local Fred Meyer store. Peppers can some times be challenging to start, so I am going to share my technique with you.
1) First, I put some pepper seeds into a shot glass, and fill it with lukewarm water. I soak them for four days in a warm location - usually, on the mantel over my fireplace. CHECK THEM DAILY so that the water doesn't evaporate out of the shot glass.