Question: When do I plant pepper transplants?

Answer: Set them out 1 to 4 weeks after the last killing freeze date of the spring, and 12 to 14 weeks prior to the expected first freeze in the fall. You can extend peppers’ productive season by growing them in large 5- or 7-gallon containers in your fall garden, then moving them into the garage the nights of the first frosts.

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