If you want to learn how to make peppers grow faster – it's good to start them indoors early, and keep them nice and warm between 80-90˚ F to sprout quickly. It's also wise to transplant them into larger containers if you have the room to let them grow deep root systems before transplanting into the garden (after all chance of frost has passed.) Most peppers also like the temperatures to be above 60˚ F – even at night, so hold off on planting them outside until it has suffiently warmed up so you don't stunt them with cold nights or weather.
If you have a short season, starting peppers indoors is your best bet!
You can also grow the fastest growing peppers for quicker harvests.
Our short season peppers are fast to sprout, grow and produce pods so you can enjoy peppers from your garden faster.
Remember, to germinate pepper seeds quickly, keep them warm!
The secret to germinating pepper seeds quickly is to keep them warm and moist. We like to use a seedling heat mat to keep them around 80-90˚ F for the fastest germination.