Black Jalapeno PEPPER Seeds, Capsicum annuum
The darkest jalapeño we offer. Fruits avg. 3 1/2–3 3/4" and exhibit "checking" (small cracks in the skin) that indicates the fruits are ready for harvest. They may also be harvested before checking, but the harvest window is short prior to checking. The productive, medium-size plants have a high yield potential.
Most of our favorite vegetables are old time varieties that people currently call “Heirloom”. It is with great pleasure that we offer up our favorites for you.
Pepper Description: This neat jalapeno begins dark as night and ripens into a smooth red. Plants are small but produce heavily. We picked these all of the way until frost. Very beautiful plants, classic jalapeno flavor.
- Heirloom Seeds
- Heirloom Peppers
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Plants grow and yield well in many conditions: hot, cool, humid, or dry. These peppers also adapt well to growing in containers. Take care to locate jalapeo peppers away from any TAM Mild jalapeno peppers you may grow to avoid harvest mix-ups.
Plant spacing: 18 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart; 12 to 18 inches in intensive gardens. One plant per 18-inch container. Plants per person: 1 to 2 for fresh use; 3 to 4 for drying, freezing, or making jelly.
Order came promptly. I won’t be able to plant until spring so I hope they store well.
I ordered my seeds 3 weeks ago and still haven’t received my order. In fact, it hasn’t even shipped yet. So what is it I’m supposed to be reviewing?