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Felicity Pepper Seeds (Heatless Jalapeno Pepper)

Felicity Pepper is a heatless-Jalapeno hybrid that will continually set fruit. Between their large size (4-6 inches ) and strong resilience, Felicity Pepper Plants produce very high yields of fruit. Even though these hybrids have no heat, the delicious Jalapeno flavor and thick crunchy walls are still evident. A great snacking pepper when you don’t have a glass of milk handy.

 

Species:Capsicum Annuum

Heat Level: 0 SHUs 

Type: Sweet

Origin: USA

Days to Harvest: 70 Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

 

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Beautiful

They're chugging along currently. I planted them the last week of February and they've dwarfed every other pepper plant I did including Pepper Joe's own Jalapeño. Definitely finicky with nitrogen as I gave them a small bump last week to make sure they didn't try to start fruiting early and they almost instantly bear clawed (oops). They do love warm soil, I put half on a heating mat and half off after 30 days of all of them being on a heat mat for germination and weather related reasons and the difference is insane, the heat mat plants are stronger and three times the size being fed the exact same thing in the same environment (excluding heat mat) and same watering schedule in the same soil. Topped the heat mat plants last week as they were getting too big for their own health and they're just pushing new growth. Easy to grow but be warned about the warmth of your soil. We're having a cold spring in Oregon so my only concern right now is yields once we hit June and I start letting them throw flowers if it will still be too cold for this plant and if they'll fully stunt out or if they'll produce as much as I'm hoping for.

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Julia
Beautiful

They're chugging along currently. I planted them the last week of February and they've dwarfed every other pepper plant I did including Pepper Joe's own Jalapeño. Definitely finicky with nitrogen as I gave them a small bump last week to make sure they didn't try to start fruiting early and they almost instantly bear clawed (oops). They do love warm soil, I put half on a heating mat and half off after 30 days of all of them being on a heat mat for germination and weather related reasons and the difference is insane, the heat mat plants are stronger and three times the size being fed the exact same thing in the same environment (excluding heat mat) and same watering schedule in the same soil. Topped the heat mat plants last week as they were getting too big for their own health and they're just pushing new growth. Easy to grow but be warned about the warmth of your soil. We're having a cold spring in Oregon so my only concern right now is yields once we hit June and I start letting them throw flowers if it will still be too cold for this plant and if they'll fully stunt out or if they'll produce as much as I'm hoping for.