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Mild Seeds

Jalapeno 3-Pack Variety Seeds

Jalapeno 3-Pack Variety Seeds

  • Origin: Mexico
  • SHU: 2,500-10,000
Regular price $ 9.99
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3 total reviews



Why pick one? Save by buying the Early JalapenoPepper Joe's Jalapeno, and Czech Jalapeno. You'll have plenty of Chiles to Freeze and bottle. This is perfect for the Jalapeno lover who wants to grow a couple of jalapeno varieties at the same time!

Perfect for slicing up and bottle with 2/3 white vinegar, 1/3 water, tsp of salt, a clove of garlic, a slice of onion, and add a pinch of turmeric as a preservative. (Mmm...) These Jalapeno seeds will pay back rich rewards. 

  • Species: Capsicum Anuuum
  • Heat Level: 2,500–10,000 SHUs  
  • Type: Mild
  • Origin: Mexico
  • Days to Harvest: 65+ Days

Love Jalapenos? Then check out our wide selection of Jalapeno Pepper Seeds for you to choose from! Expand your growing list by checking out other Mild Pepper Seed varieties that we offer.

We also carry amazing Jalapeno Snacks & Spices for you to try!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Timothy Merrill
Old Pepper Guy, New Customer.

Ordered four pepper varieties. Had room for only 4 starter cups each type. Was a bit worried when one package had only six seeds. However every single seed was up and happy in FOUR days. Great genetics. Worth the money.

Raleigh Hendrick

Jalapeno 3-Pack Seeds

So far so good.

I planted a bunch of these seeds thinking not many would sprout. The result is I now have way too many plants, because most, if not all of them germinated. Though the plants from each seed have behaved fairly differently.

Results based off my limited experience:

Early - These have been odd. They started out the strongest. Right now some of them are blooming and producing peppers.

Joe's - I can't quite get these guys caught up to the others. Not many of the plants have grown much. One or two have been doing well, but for the most part my Joe's plants have been weaklings.

Black - These have been animals. My black jalapeno plants that have grown are currently producing the most peppers of the bunch. Also the purple flowers they produce are really pretty.