Capsicum annuum JALAPENO PEPPER (10 seeds)


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Jalapeno or Mexican pepper is a variety of pepper from Mexico.
It is a condiment plant of the Solanaceae family.
It takes its name from its hometown, Jalapa, a city in the state of Veracruz in Mexico.
Its fruits are rather short and rounded.
This pepper measures between 5 and 9 cm in length.
Its flowers are white in color, it is a relatively short pepper plant.
Jalapeno pepper seeds are medium-sized yellow and resemble those of bell peppers.

The color of this pepper is green or red depending on maturity.
The harvest takes place around two and a half months after sowing, and each plant yields around thirty peppers.
It is a very productive variety.

It has a strength of 2500 to 8000 on the Scoville scale, which corresponds to a pepper of medium or weak strength, like that of the Espelette pepper.

If you are looking for much hotter peppers, you will find the bird's eye pepperCayenne pepper or even the extreme in terms of its strength with Habanero pepper.

The best time for jalapeno pepper seeds to germinate is in May, when temperatures begin to warm up.

It is recommended to first soak the seeds in lukewarm water for 12 hours before cultivating in order to break dormancy.
Then, sow the seeds in small pots separately or in a seedling tray under a few millimeters of substrate.
Use a good quality horticultural soil that has been moistened beforehand.
Finally, place the culture in a place where the temperature will be between 25 and 35°c.

Jalapeno germination will generally begin 3 to 5 weeks after sowing.

  • Rather mild pepper.
  • Produces a lot and in a short time.
  • Untreated reproducible seeds.
  • Peasant seed.

Seeds of condiment plants and spices to grow in the garden or on a balcony.

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Capsicum annuum JALAPENO PEPPER (10 seeds)

Capsicum annuum JALAPENO PEPPER (10 seeds)


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