Alaska Seeds: Jalapeño
Grow the Heat with Classic Jalapeños
Authentic Spiciness: Elevate your culinary game with Jalapeños right from your backyard. Known for their perfect balance of heat and flavor, these peppers are a staple in kitchens around the world.
Versatile in Cuisine: Whether you’re whipping up some spicy salsa, stuffing them for poppers, or simply adding a kick to your dish, Jalapeños are the go-to choice for that mild to medium heat.
Thrives in Many Gardens: These peppers are not only delicious but also robust. Whether you’re gardening in pots or plots, Jalapeños adapt and flourish, rewarding you with a bountiful harvest.
- Seed Starting: Begin indoors 8-10 weeks before the last expected frost.
- Transplanting: Once there’s no risk of frost and the seedlings are 6 inches tall.
- Ideal Conditions: A sunny location with well-draining soil.
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Even the littles enjoy this plump jalapeno (in the green stage only).
Once peppers have matured and turned red…they are extremely hot (known to bring tears).
Tropical perennial that can be grown year round indoors or transplanted outside after all fear of frost (June 15 in Palmer, AK).
Peppers need to be started in late February or March in the far North. Soil temperature at germination is critical. Some like it hot…speed and increase germination with temperatures between 80 F-85 F. We have found germination is around day 16-21.
Sow seed 1/4″ deep and maintain a moist growing medium. If growing in containers: 5-10 gallon pot. Peppers should be pruned for proper air circulation.
Aphids do love peppers! Lower your nitrogen use when all the local friends come to dine.
Minimum 10 seeds per packet