How far apart do you plant Hungarian peppers?
Dig a planting hole for each seedling, spaced 24 inches apart. Make the holes just large enough to accommodate the peat pots. Nestle the pots in the holes so the base of the stems rest one-quarter-inch above the surrounding soil. Tear off the top of the peat pot if it sticks up above the soil.
How long does it take to grow Hungarian wax peppers?
In about three months you can begin harvesting these versatile, 6 to 8 in. (15 to20 cm)-long, yellow-to-red peppers. These hot, tapered fruits are great for pickling or drying, using in salsa or adding spice to any recipe.