Jalapeño Pepper (Capsicum Annuum)
The Jalapeño pepper is surely one of the best known and most appreciated hot peppers. It is originally from the city of Xalapa, Mexico. The Jalapeño is particularly generous with its fruit. Each plant offers a good quantity of green and conical fruits, which will turn red when ripe. You can harvest the immature (green) fruits, as they are most often found, to have a less pungent pepper. If you wait until they are fully ripe and red, they will have more character and flavor. Hot but not hot, this pepper is particularly versatile. It will quickly become an essential part of your Mexican or Indian inspired cuisine.
Latin name: Capsicum annuum
Common Name: Jalapeño Pepper, Jalapeño
English: Jalapeño, Jalapeño pepper
MAINTENANCE AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
Does not tolerate cold.
|Plant type: Annual
|Quantity: Envelope of about 20 seeds
|Exposure: Full sun
|Soil: Well drained
|Days to maturity: 70 to 80 days
|Plant spacing: 30 cm
|Row spacing: 45 cm
|Depth: 5 mm
|Width: 25 cm
|Height: 50 cm
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