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Ancho Poblano Pepper Seeds

Ancho Poblano Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 2.5 ft. Pod size: 4-6" Origin: Mexico Species: Annuum SHU: 1,000-1,500
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This heart-shaped chile is used to make chile rellenos, and is often dried & ground into chile powder. It's called Poblano when used fresh and green, Ancho when dried. Highly requested. The Ancho or Poblano Chili pepper picture says it all, this is one plant that can produce. The Poblano freezes extremely well. 

Species: Capsicum annuum

Heat Level: 1,000 -1,500 SHUs

Type: Hot

Origin: Mexico

Days to Harvest: 65 Days

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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Corey Waggoner

Ancho Poblano Pepper Seeds

Val Roberts
I was unable to grow any plants due to my living conditions perhaps next year thank you very much.

I was unable to grow my plants from the seed thank you.

Marcus Cole

Ancho Poblano Pepper Seeds

Jason B
Wow,....what a fantastic germination rate!

So I rarely provide product reviews. However, this year I bought all pepper seeds from Pepper Joe's. A friend had been bragging on them for years, this year I decided to shake things up. Skeptical, at first, as the number of seeds provided were less than the other guys,... HOWEVER, I got nearly 100% germination rate on the Pablano's, Long Red Cayenne's, Red Maya Habanero and Big Jalapeno's. Folks, germination rates over 35%-40% with pepper seeds is normal, and what in the past I would have considered a success. I did my part (lighting, feeding, soil temperature, etc) but this year Pepper Joes seeds put in some overtime! Whatever you all are doing at Pepper Joe's, please keep it up!

alan woolcock

Haven't planted the seeds yet but my order arrived in good tome. Thankyou.