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Pepper 'Jalapeno'

Capsicum annuum
$2.95

Typically available from early spring through mid-summer. Check with your local store for current availability.

Moderately hot, thick-walled chili pepper turns from green to red when ripe. Good flavor and modest heat is perfect for homemade salsa, pickling or drying.

Draw pollinators into your garden with pollinator-attracting plants.

* Handle hot peppers with care: use gloves and avoid contact with eyes.

* Check Stores for current availability, or stop in to see the full selection.

Plant with Tomatoes

Characteristics

  • Size: 18"-24" tall, 16" wide
  • Days to Maturity: 70-75 Days
  • Productivity: 3" Long, Hot Peppers
  • Light Requirement: Full Sun
  • Water Needs: Moderate
  • Growth Habit: Upright

See Green Thumb Guide below for region specific information.

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Green Thumb Guide

Plant in enriched garden soil 1-2 weeks after last frost. Leave 18"-20" of space between each planting. Fertilize when transplanting and when flowers are about to bloom. Water early morning or late evening. Harvest peppers when they are green for less spice or when they ripen to red for more spice.

These characteristics apply to the greater Sacramento area and nearby regions.

Live outside of our area? Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods

Visit: UC Cooperative Extension Offices (Opens in new window)
Visit: National County Extension Offices (Opens in new window)

Green Thumb Guide

Plant in enriched garden soil 1-2 weeks after last frost. Leave 18"-20" of space between each planting. Fertilize when transplanting and when flowers are about to bloom. Water early morning or late evening. Harvest peppers when they are green for less spice or when they ripen to red for more spice.

These characteristics apply to the North Texas area and nearby regions.

Live outside of our area? Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods

Visit: Texas A&M Extension Offices (Opens in new window)
Visit: National County Extension Offices (Opens in new window)

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