Do peppers need to be pollinated by bees?
Peppers are self-fertilizing and can be pollinated by the wind as they have both male and female parts (the anther and stigma) in the same flower, so bees are not necessary for pollination.
Do jalapenos need to be pollinated?
Like all domestic pepper species, jalapenos will self-pollinate. Each plant can be successfully pollinated with its own pollen. This work is usually accomplished with the help of wind, which causes movement and carries pollen, or insects, which spread pollen within flowers and carry it to others.
Do sweet peppers need bees to pollinate?
Easy to grow in home gardens, peppers are self-fertilizing, with both the anther and the stigma in the same flower. While bees are not absolutely necessary for pollination, the vibration and shaking caused by the bees working their way in and out of the flowers assures complete fertilization.
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