Growing hot peppers can be challenging but also rewarding. It takes patience, the right soil, and an environment that is ideal to get them to grow. Most super hot peppers thrive in an environment that is tropical in nature. This means warm temperatures and plenty of moisture. To grow large healthy plants a humid environment is best.
When germinating these hot pepper seeds, you will want to make sure that you keep the seeds in the soil or whatever other mediums you are using at or above at least 78 degrees. You can do this by investing in a cheap heating mat. We have also found using a seed starter hit with a plastic dome really gives the seeds the best opportunity to grow as they will help keep the seeds moist at all times. The dome will also allow you to water the kit less as the moisture that builds up within the dome stays inside.
If you would like to learn more about growing super-hot chili pepper seeds we have created Growing Your Own Chili Pepper Guide in our blog. This guide will walk you through the process and hopefully answer any questions you may have about growing super-hot peppers.