Jalapeno Pepper Seeds – Hot

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Grow your own spicy treats with Jalapeno Pepper Seeds. Perfect for gardeners, these organic, heirloom, non-GMO seeds produce versatile peppers ideal for a range of dishes. Discover the ease of growing and the exciting yield each plant offers from just one seed.

(25 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Jalapeno Pepper Seeds – Hot

Unleash the spicy flavors of your garden with our Organic, Non-GMO Jalapeno Pepper Seeds. Revered as an heirloom variety, these seeds are perfect for those starting their hot pepper journey. Jalapeno peppers strike a balance in heat, ranging between 2,000 and 8,000 Scoville Units, making them an excellent choice for both mild and hot spice lovers.

Growing Habits and Characteristics:

  • Days to Maturity: About 70 days.
  • Growth Habit: Sturdy, upright stalks producing flowers followed by 3-inch dark green peppers.
  • Flavor and Color: The peppers exhibit a deep green hue, which may turn red over time. They are known for their pungent flavor, ideal for both cooking and raw consumption.

Versatile Uses in the Kitchen:

  • Culinary Flexibility: Jalapenos are a staple in spicy dishes, perfect for fresh garden salsa, pickling, and adding heat to dishes like cornbread, cheeses, and tacos.
  • Health Benefits: These spicy treats are known for clearing sinuses, relieving congestion, and possessing anti-inflammatory properties.

Cultivation Tips:

  • Soil and Temperature: Thrive in well-drained, fertile soils with a preference for a temperature around 75°.
  • Light Requirements: Require full sun to flourish and develop their heat.
  • Companion Planting: Work well alongside tomatoes, parsley, carrots, and basil.

Fun Fact: Did you know? Jalapenos were the first hot peppers to travel into space on a NASA space shuttle!

These Jalapeno Pepper Seeds are not just a source of heat for your dishes but also a testament to the rich history and versatility of hot peppers in culinary and gardening traditions. Whether you’re looking to spice up your kitchen or your garden, these seeds offer an exciting and rewarding growing experience.


Frequently Asked Questions About Jalapeno Seeds

  1. Can you plant jalapeno seeds straight from the pepper? Yes, you can plant jalapeno seeds directly from a fresh pepper. However, for the best germination results, it’s recommended to dry the seeds first. Fresh seeds may have excess moisture that can lead to mold or rot. Drying them ensures they are in optimal condition for planting.
  2. How many jalapeños can you get from one seed? The number of jalapeños produced from one seed can vary widely depending on several factors like the plant’s growing conditions, care, and health. A single jalapeno plant, which grows from one seed, can produce anywhere from 25 to 40 peppers in a growing season under optimal conditions.
  3. Should I leave the seeds in jalapeños? Whether to leave the seeds in jalapeños depends on your preference for heat. The seeds and the white membrane inside the pepper are where most of the capsaicin is concentrated, which gives the jalapeño its spiciness. Removing them will reduce the heat of the pepper in culinary uses.
  4. Are jalapeños spicy because of the seeds? While jalapeño pepper seeds contribute to the pepper’s spiciness, they are not the only source. The majority of the capsaicin (the compound that provides the heat) is actually concentrated in the white pith or membrane that holds the seeds. The seeds themselves absorb some of this heat, so they can also be quite spicy.
Weight .4 oz

25 premium seeds in each packet.

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