Jalapeno Chilli Seeds

Jalapeno pepper plants, originating from Mexico, are popular for their spicy fruits used in various cuisines. These plants produce peppers varying in heat, size, and color due to different cultivars. Common types include ‘Early Jalapeno,’ a faster-maturing variety, and ‘Jaloro,’ a yellow variant. Colors range from traditional green to red, yellow, and even purple, changing as they mature. The heat level, measured in Scoville Heat Units, varies among types; some are mild, while others are quite fiery. Jalapenos thrive in warm climates with plenty of sunlight and well-drained soil, requiring regular watering but not oversaturation. Growing these plants can be rewarding, yielding a bountiful harvest that spices up dishes and can be preserved for off-season use.

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