No, really, it depends. Chilies take longer than some seeds, but not
as long as others. Some varieties of chilies, like some tepins, take
longer than, say, a jalapeno. And, temperatures below 70 F can slow
At 70 F, most chilies will germinate in between 10 and 14 days. Old
seed germinates slower, as does fresh seed. Some exotic varieties can
take a month to germinate.
What variety are you trying to grow?
You have proven yourself to be the most malicious,
classless person that I've encountered in years.
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