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This is an excellent product. Have done a 1/2 acre. Already sprouting up. Look forward to ground cover and Spring planting
The Jalapeño is one of the earliest peppers that was cultivated and grown for its flavor and heat. This thick-walled, 3 inch cone-shaped fruit ripens to a beautiful red and is hottest when fully ripe. Compact, non-brittle bushes grow to 24 inches tall and are an early producer. The name Jalapeño is Spanish for "from Xalapa", the capital city of Veracruz, Mexico.
Start seed indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. A heat mat helps to speed up the germination process. Optimum soil temperature for seed germination is 65-85 degrees. Peppers generally have long growing seasons and grow slowly during cool temperatures. Delay transplanting until your soil has thoroughly warmed up in the spring. A week before transplanting time, harden off plants by exposing them to an increasing number of hours outdoors each day. Peppers are less cold tolerant than tomatoes.
Scientific Name: Capsicum annum
Days to Maturity: 60-70 from transplants, 90-100 from seed
Seed Depth: 1/2"
Days to Sprout: 9-14
Plant Spacing: 12-18"
Row Spacing: 18-36"
Light Requirements: Sunny
Plant Height: 14-20"
Life Cycle: Annual
Frost Hardy: No
Most seed have done well your peppers are about 70% tomatoes are 97% good seeds.
Thank you for your review Richard, and for choosing our Jalapeno seeds. We're glad to hear that you've had success with them, and that the tomatoes have been good as well. Pepper seeds can take up to 14 days to germinate. A heat mat can significantly help to speed up this process. Please reach out to customer support to troubleshoot further. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you again in the future.