This is our essential hot pepper! This plant can grow tall so make sure you prune it is so it doesn't grow into your lights. Remember to pollinate these flowers so you can get a bountiful harvest.
This jalapeno pepper is a great classic spicy pepper. Its small white flowers will turn into peppers that go from dark green to red as the pepper intensifies in heat. The peppers will form tan cracking lines up and down the fruit’s skin when ripe.
Capsicum annuum is the most popular type of pepper in Mexico. It has been grown there for thousands of years. It was originally from Xalapa which is one of the oldest cities in Mexico. This is where the Jalapeno gets its name. The name literally means “from Jalapa”, or Xalapa. Another name for these notable peppers is “fat chili” and you will know why when you bite (or cut) into the first peppers you harvest. It has a loud crunch and thick walls filled with nutrients from vitamin C to potassium and packs a punch.
|Crop Variety||Pepper Jalapeno|
|Size ( Tall=>12" / Short =>12"||Tall|
|Sprouts in ( Days)||7|
|Lasts for ( total days to harvest)||93|
|Thin this Plant?||Yes|
|Level of pruning (0 = None, 1= 1/m, 2= 2/m, 3/m)||3|
|# of harvest||5|
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