Jalapeno Pepper seeds


Jalapeno Pepper seeds

Non-GMO Organic Jalapeno Pepper seeds secured from dry matured Chillies

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  • Non-GMO Organic Jalapeno Pepper seeds

  • These are fresh seeds from this summer's harvest, secured from dry matured Chillies at our garden in the Chicago suburbs

  • Once you grow these, their spice level vary based on when you harvest the green chilies. The dark greens are very spicy, while the light greens as less.

  • Scoville heat units: 3,500 to 8,000

  • This Mexican pepper is typically harvested from the plant while still green.

  • If allowed to ripen more, they will turn red and take on a slightly fruity flavor.

  • Jalapenos are a tasty ingredient commonly used to in salsa and sauces.

  • When dried, a jalapeño is called a chipotle.

  • Jalapeno pepper plants will grow to approximately 24” tall and produce 3” dark green to bright red peppers.

  • It's one of the best Jalapeno pepper seeds for an early harvest, with plants maturing in just 65 days.

  • Growing Jalapeno peppers is fairly easy because the plants are pretty forgiving.

  • Plant Height: Can grow up to 25” Tall

  • Planting Season: Spring

  • Sunlight Requirement: Full Sun

  • Planting Method: Indoor

  • Jalapenos start off a bit slow, so it is helpful to start to grow your plants indoors a few weeks


  • Sow seeds indoors six to eight weeks or more before the last frost date for your area.

  • Seed germination can take two to three weeks.

  • Sow seeds ¼” deep and cover with light seed starting soil.

  • Tip: Use a heated germination mat to reduce germination time and increase germination rate.


  • Begin to harden off seedlings about 10 days before transplanting outdoors.

  • Once nighttime temperatures reach at least 60°F (15°C), transplant seedlings outdoors, spacing them 14” to 24” apart.

  • Water deeply at the time of planting.


  • Jalapeno peppers can be picked as soon as they are deep green and about 3” long.

  • Jalapenos are most crisp when they are green, but they are also very mild.

  • While ripening, jalapenos go from green to dark green and then start turning red.

  • When fully mature they are red and have a sweet/hot flavor