Farmers Jalapeno, Pepper seeds,, CAPSICUM-ANNUMM, (medium hot)
Make your own poppers or salsa with homegrown jalapeÃ±os, the most popular chile pepper in the nation. Easy to grow, these plants yield dozens of small, thick-walled, medium-hot fruits.Growing your own jalapeÃ±o pepper plants is easy !
Here is the Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper, also known as the Potato Skin Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 8,000 SHU. The Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper originates from the USA and was found in a farmers market by a man named John Fiedler in the state of Main USA. This pepper has a heavy corking or potato skin and is quite strange looking with a good heat value. They tend to be a little larger then the store variety jalapeno. This pepper is considered to be very rare and very uncommon in the market place. Plants get to 3 feet tall and bushy. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. Open pollinated, 80 days.
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 jalapeÃ±o peppers away from any TAM Mild jalapeÃ±o 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.
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