Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties
Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties
Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties
Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties
Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties

Jalapeno Collection - All 8 Jalapeno Varieties

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Jalapeno Collection of 8 Varieties

1. Tam Jalapeno.
Even though Jalapeño peppers are the most popular of all Chilli peppers in the world, many people  just can’t take the heat they bring. If that’s you then you have to try the Tam Mild Jalapeño. This pepper contains the wonderful flavour of jalapeños without the fire. In fact, you can eliminate almost all the heat by removing seeds and ribs before eating.

2. Early Jalapeno.
This Jalapeno is similar to the normal Jalapeno, but as its name suggests, the Early Jalapeno ripens a lot faster than other Jalapeno varieties. In general it takes around  2 weeks less to become fully ripe. The Jalapeno is one of the most famous, if not the most famous of chilli peppers

3.Jalapeno Jalafuego
This Jalapeno is an hybrid Jalapeno. The Jalafuego is very high yielding and one of our hottest Jalapeno varieties.
The pepper is also very resistant to the Potato y-virus and also to three races of bacterial spot
These peppers grow extra-large to around 10 cm long. The pods start out dark green and at this stage are usually eaten. Plants grow large and sturdy. 70 days after repotting they are mature. Jalafuego is a top quality Jalapeno!

4. Jalapeno Orange
These Vigorous plants produce a prolific and continuous crop of fantastic bright orange pods that mature eventually to red. Jalapeños are quite mild and have a rating of 2,500–10,000 Scoville heat units
The jalapeño was named after the Mexican town of Xalapa.
Jalapeños are a type of Capsicum. The plants growing time is about  70 to 80 days. When mature, the plant stands about three feet tall. Plant produce about 25 to 35 pods. During a growing season, a plant will be picked multiple times. As the growing season ends, jalapeñ pods start to turn bright red. The peppers can be eaten green or red.

5. Purple Jalapeno
Purple Jalapeno turns dark purple instead of the usual green and stays that way for a long time before finally ripening to an deep dark red. The Chilli Pods are about the same size as the regular jalapeno, with the same thick walls and mild heat. These are just perfect for use in salsas and are very attractive pickled with a mixture of other jalapeno colours.

6. Chichimeca Jalapeno Hybrid 
The Chichimeca Jalapeno is a large fruited jalapeno pepper that grows fruit about 4 inch. long and around 2 inch wide. The pods are a little milder than regular Jalapeno and measuring in at about 3500 Scoville units rather than the 5000 units registered by thenormal Jalapeno. You can expect very large yields of these impressive peppers on strong virus-resistant plants. Excellent in salsa, salads, vegetable dishes, and making hot pickles

7. Jalapeno
Jalapeños are quite mild and have a rating of 2,500–10,000 Scoville heat units
The jalapeño was named after the Mexican town of Xalapa. Jalapeños are a type of Capsicum. The plants growing time is about  70 to 80 days. When mature, the plant stands about three feet tall. Plant produce about 25 to 35 pods. During a growing season, a plant will be picked multiple times. As the growing season ends, jalapeñ pods start to turn bright red. The peppers can be eaten green or red.


8. Jalapeno Mucho Nacho
The perfect Jalapeno for people who love that flavour but can't take the super-hot bite!
At last, a Jalapeno that satisfies your craving for hot, pungent spice without burning you head off.
Mucho Nacho is bigger and fater and a  heavy pepper with less heat and more flesh than the normal Jalapeno.


 

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