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Anaheim Chili Seeds

Anaheim Chili Seeds

Regular price $ 2.99
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6 total reviews

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Description:

These giant hot peppers have been around for ages. The Anaheim pepper takes only 80 days to produce full-sized chilis! Although these are considered a hot pepper, there is no reason to fret about the heat. As it is relatively calm on the heat scale. Coming at a mere 3,000 - 4,000 Scoville Heat Units. The flavor profile is what attracts a majority of chili growers to the Anaheim pepper.

Species: Capsicum annuum

Heat Level: 3,000 - 4,000 Scoville Heat Units

Type: Hot

Origin: New Mexico

Days to Harvest: 80 Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

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Michael Brookhart
Awesome

Seeds arrived fast. Started the seeds and they all came up in 7 days , that's fast foe peppers.

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Henry Petersen
Seeds

Well I live in Illinois so they are not full grown yet. Ask me again in a few months.

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dudley gordon
Seeds

The ones I planted, 100* came up!

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Customer
Anaheim Chili

Will plant in the spring.

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Colt Gustafson
Pleasant bonus plants

I received these as bonus seeds with my order and had all 4 seeds sprout indoors and and make fairly healthy plants that seem to be growing well even in the poor native NC acidic clay soil with minimal soil conditioning. These were started late so unsure what production will be like but given the health of these guys I have nothing to complain about! I look forward to the other pack of bonus seeds i got with my last order when I start them up in a few months for early spring planting!