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Hungarian Hot Wax produces many large peppers (up to 20 cm long). The peppers are rather mild, ideal in everyday cooking if you don't want your sauce to be super hot. And from this variety you do get lots of peppers due to the size of the fruits.
Sow the wax pepper about 1 cm deep into a tray or in small pots or cells. Cover lightly, water and place inside at between 20-25 Celsius. To aid germination, place the tray in a plastic bag. Sow January-March. Germination can be slow with some hot peppers. As soon as seedlings are large enough to handle, prick out.Transplant the seedlings into small individual pots. Use rich compost and keep the plants between 20-30 Celsius during the growing season. For best production keep the plants in the greenhouse. Regular feeding is recommended.