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May 17, 2022  Week: 20

Pot-a-peño Pepper

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Scientific Name : Capsicum annuum

Common Name : Jalapeño Pepper

Blooming Season : Summer

Plant Habit : Mounded

Spacing : 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm)

Height : 12 - 15" (30 - 38cm)

Width : 18 - 20" (46 - 51cm)

Exposure : Sun

Grower Information : 
Seed supplied as: Raw.

Type : Hot

Heat : 2 - mildly hot

Class : Jalapeño

Habit : Bush, cascading, medium

Fruit Colour : Green to red

Fruit Size : 3-4 in./8-10 cm long x 0.75-1.25 in./2-3 cm wide

Days to maturity from transplant (green) : 45-50

Days to maturity from transplant (ripe) : 60-65

Production Method : Field

Jalapeños in a basket!
Early-fruiting Pot-a-peño has a unique cascading habit that’s perfect for a hanging basket or premium container. It’s a great addition to any vegetable program!
  • Pot-a-peño’s unique cascading habit is perfect for a hanging basket or container – an ideal addition to any patio or small-space garden.
  • Early maturing means this will be one of the first peppers to fruit in the garden.
  • Tons of jalapeño fruit grow under a dense canopy of small, dark green leaves. 
  • Harvest fruit green for a traditional spicy zip in any dish or allow to ripen to red for a sweet, spicy flavour.
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