What varieties are you growing?
Hi @msqingxiao You are doing everything right. I expect you keep the soil moist?Just be patient is all I can say - except: I sowed some at the end of February into an unheated conservatory - they are up beautifully. I sowed some more about 3 weeks later and there is no sign of life!! Same batch of seeds. Same compost. Same position.Maybe sow a few more before it gets too late.
Can I know how you germinated the seeds please? I've sowed two batches of cayenne pepper seeds and put them on a south-facing warm windowsill but so far nothing is happening yet....
Joyce Goldenlily said:
Chillies can take 3/4 weeks to germinate. They need heat as well as light to do well. I sowed 4 seeds in one pot over a month ago, 1 came up 2 weeks ago, another has just poked its head through so there is no telling. Patience is needed. They also seem to need a long growing season, I have found those sown in Jan./Feb. do better than later sown ones.