Pepper, Jalapeno Early Seeds

Capsicum annuum

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Pepper, Jalapeno Early Seeds

Capsicum annuum

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Early Jalapeno Pepper is popular for Tex-Mex dishes and often used for pickling.

This Early Jalapeno pepper has dark green fruit that grows to a length of 3" and can be left on the bush to mature to a fiery red Jalapeno pepper with medium heat.

The compact and sturdy growth make it a perfect pepper variety to grow in containers.

Featuring strong plants with an excellent yield, this pepper will be a standout in your garden. You won't have to wait long to enjoy the bold flavor of this popular pepper; it's ready for harvest in a little over two months.

Sku: 0836

Vendor: Ferry-Morse

Common Name: Pepper

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Safe for bees

for Bees

Grows best In

Best In:

Full Sun


Days to

10 - 12 Days


Days to

72 - 75 Days


Container Size:



Growing Height:

12 - 48"

water Needs


Average (1 - 2 in / week)

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Characteristics: Attracts Songbirds

Botanical Name: Capsicum annuum

Approximate Number of Seeds Per Packet: 120

Flavor: Medium heat (3,500 - 5,000 SHU)

Preparation Ideas: Ideal for Tex-Mex dishes but can also be used for pickling.

Plant Type: Vegetable

Plant Lifecycle: Annual

Pelleted Seed Count: 15 - 40

Fill Weight (grams): 0.25

Landscape Use: Edible Garden

Disease Resistance: Deer Resistance|Rabbit Resistance

Tolerance: Heat Tolerant

Growing Season(s): Summer

Harvest/Bloom Season(s): Summer

Package Dimensions: 3.25 x 4.5"

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Start Jalapeno Early Pepper seeds indoors 8 weeks before planting outdoors. Transplant when 3" tall. Or, sow pepper seeds directly in the garden in a sunny location after the danger of frost is past. Thin or transplant to 1 plant every 18" when 3" tall. Use a balanced fertilizer when 6" tall to increase production.

Planting Depth: 0.25"

Seed Spacing: Sow Jalapeno Early Pepper seeds roughly 15" apart in rows, keeping rows approximately 2.5' apart.

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Plant hot and sweet peppers in separate areas to avoid cross-pollination. Pick peppers regularly for increased yields.

At Ferry Morse, we are proud of our non-GMO & guaranteed fresh seeds.

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