Pepper, Hot – Early Jalapeno




An easy hot pepper which truly produces.  Like most peppers, these plants love the sun and will give you plenty of fruit if you find a sunny spot for them.   Peppers can be picked when green or let them ripen on the vine and turn red.  I don’t find these too hot when used in moderation.  Peppers can actually be perennial, though in northern climates you have to dig them up and overwinter indoors.  I’ve got mine in the basement from last year, we’ll see if they make it.

Early jalapeno measures at 4,000 – 6,000 Scoville units.

Our peppers will be available as single plants in 4in pots.  They’ll be available in late May / early June.

Our seed is open pollinated and comes from Fedco.

Image Credits:
“Capsicum annuum ‘Early Jalapeno’ 2016” by F. D. Richards is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0