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What peppers grow well in Colorado?
Tasty peppers that thrive in Colorado include:
How cold can poblano peppers tolerate?
So, what is the lowest temperature pepper plants can tolerate? A temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below will result in frost, which will kill pepper plants. A temperature below 55 degrees will slow down the growth of mature pepper plants, and it will stunt seedlings.
Is it hard to grow poblano peppers?
Poblanos are mild chili peppers with just enough zing to make them interesting, but considerably less than the more familiar jalapenos. Growing poblano peppers is easy and poblano uses are nearly unlimited.
What can I plant now in Colorado?
Brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage are good crops to plant now, too, along with radishes, beets and peas.
What is the coldest temperature pepper plants can handle?
Pepper plants can grow in temperatures above freezing with a minimum of 32° Fahrenheit (0° Celsius). However, they failed to germinate in lower temperatures. Temperatures below the 55° Fahrenheit mark (13° Celsius) hinder the growth of seedlings and slow the mature pepper plants' growth.