2. Start Seedlings Early
Keep in mind when growing the peppers from seeds, that the time frames on the seed packet to do account for actual seed germination.
You should expect seedlings to take at least six weeks longer to grow than the packet claims. For this reason, you need to buy your seeds and plant the seedlings early, so they have a chance to adapt to their transplant location before it frosts. This will also ensure that your pepper plants have time to ripen before colder weather sets in and kill the plants.
Peppers can grow in both warm and cool temperatures, but the temperate does have an impact on their growth. They will grow much faster in warmer weather but will grow more robust in colder temperatures. Consider the seasons and temperature in your growing area and choose where to or how to grow your peppers for the best results.